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Big game by Tim Williams, who was arrested Thursday on a gun charge

It’s clear you can get away with just about anything and still suit up on Saturdays in Tuscaloosa.

Alabama linebacker Tim Williams proved just that when he played a big game against the Cats, not even a full three days after he was hit with a gun charge and narrowly escaped pot possession by blaming an imaginary friend for the weed.

Williams had three tackles for a loss with a sack and forced one fumble in the game. I believe he sat out the first half, which is a laughable punishment by Nick Saban, although not surprising.

 

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

8 Comments for Big game by Tim Williams, who was arrested Thursday on a gun charge



  1. shelby
    11:18 pm October 1, 2016 Permalink

    Winning is EVERYTHING at bama–and much more important that trivial things like the law!



    • PretendRyanLemond
      11:40 am October 2, 2016 Permalink

      Kind of like Cal not suspending that drunk, Derek Willis, right?



    • runningunnin.454
      7:53 pm October 2, 2016 Permalink

      Pretend Ryan; one indiscretion hardly indicates that Willis is a habitual drunk.
      So, in your youth, you never made mistakes? I know I did, and I’m forever grateful for the guidance and council I received from people that cared about me.



  2. Chesters Daddy
    11:31 pm October 1, 2016 Permalink

    Half suspension for gun and weed charges way to set example



  3. BigBluePappy
    11:40 pm October 1, 2016 Permalink

    Hope it wasn’t as bad as what Alvonte Bell did…



  4. FBI Informant
    1:13 am October 2, 2016 Permalink

    Drewfus at it again. Mr Sour Grapes.
    He has a legal license in Louisiana and it didn’t transfer to Alabama. Big freakin deal. It’s an inconsequential non-violent misdemeanor that’s literally no difference whatsoever from a speeding ticket.



  5. Patrick_David
    9:06 am October 2, 2016 Permalink

    My best work work is awaiting moderation….I guess it’s my imaginary friends fault.