Alabama's ArDarius Stewart Had an Ax on the Sideline Because of Assassins and Leading Troops and Whatnot

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Alabama's ArDarius Stewart Had an Ax on the Sideline Because of Assassins and Leading Troops and Whatnot

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Alabama's ArDarius Stewart Had an Ax on the Sideline Because of Assassins and Leading Troops and Whatnot

ArDarius Stewart had 2 yards and 4 receptions before injury forced him out of Alabama’s 48-43 win over #19 Ole Miss on Saturday. Initially, it sounded like he was removed because of concussion protocol, as they apparently mentioned during the broadcast (also mentioned here) while they showed Stewart patrolling the sidelines with an ax. What was that last part?

Nick Saban later confirmed that Stewart had suffered a sprained knee¬†and they hope to have him back in a couple weeks. Whatever his injury was, he probably shouldn’t be walking around the sideline with an ax on his shoulder. Even if he does have a ridiculous explanation that includes a mixed metaphor about assassins and troops.

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