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Johnson, Brown Look Like Long Shots to Play

Johnson, Brown Look Like Long Shots to Play

Alabama Head Coach Mike Shula said that safety Rashad Johnson has "an outside chance" to play in Saturday's game, leaving only the slightest hope that Bama's best kick coverage man and starter at safety for four games this season will be able to play. Johnson had 26 tackles and forced two fumbles this season.

Junior Marcus Carter, who started seven games before Johnson beat him out for the position, returned to the starting safety spot against LSU. Carter, who has been picked on in the passing game, had three tackles against LSU and played well according to Bama Defensive coordinator Joe Kines. He has 27 tackles this season and one forced fumble. "Marcus is doing well," Kines said. "This year has...

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