MUST SEE: Alabama’s Collin Sexton Drops 40 Playing 3-on-5 Against Minnesota

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Credit: Yahoo! Sports via Associated Press and NBC Sports Boston

Shout Out to everyone who had no idea that it was even possible to play a regulated basketball game without all 5 players on the court… Because I know that I didn’t.

During Saturday’s match-up between No. 25 Alabama and No. 14 Minnesota, a [light] brawl broke out on the court between players. Unfortunately, seven of Alabama’s players left the bench (in other words, the entire bench), which resulted in them being ejected with only 13:43 left in the second half. Minnesota’s Nate Mason was also ejected, while Bama Coach Avery Johnson and freshman point guard Collin Sexton received technical fouls. Then, with just over 10 minutes left to play, one Alabama player fouled out, while another left with an injury. Well, “Roll Tide,” said Sexton, because he ended up leading the team with 40 points before falling to Minnesota 84-89. (He was literally, T’d!)

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Subria A. Whitaker is currently a Master of Arts in Sports Administration Candidate at Northwestern University. She recently graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with honors, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with Distinction in Communication. Subria became a TrueStar in 2010, and is a graduate of Morgan Park High School.

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