Alabama football suffered some bumps and bruises, despite earning its first victory of the 2017 season over Florida State. A quartet of linebackers that includes Rashaan Evans, Christian Miller, Anfernee Jennings and Terrell Lewis did not play much in the second half.
Per head coach Nick Saban, all four players sustained injuries.
“Rashaan Evans has a groin injury,” he said.
“They’ll have to check it out. Terrell Lewis has an elbow injury. His status is very questionable. Christian Miller has a bicep injury and he’s very questionable. Anfernee Jennings has a sprained ankle and could not play in the second half.”
While Evans and Lewis had five tackles apiece, the sophomore edge rusher recorded three solo stops – including one for loss. Miller totaled three tackles and Jennings assisted a Tide defense that gave up one score in the first half.
Regardless of getting a 24-7-win, Crimson Tide fans are more focused on making sure all four players are healthy going into the team’s home opener next week against Fresno State.