NCAA reinstates Alabama's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

Clinton-Dix is eligible once again after sitting the last two games
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is eligible once again after sitting the last two games. (USATSI)

Alabama announced on Friday that safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had been reinstated by the NCAA after Clinton-Dix was suspended for the last two games.

Alabama originally suspended Clinton-Dix after it discovered he received an impermissible benefit. Clinton-Dix had borrowed between $100 and $300 from assistant strength coach Corey Harris, who has since been placed on administrative leave.

Clinton-Dix is now immediately eligible and able to play in Saturday's game against Arkansas, though it's hard to now how much he'll play at all considering he hasn't been eligible to practice with the team the last few weeks.

In four games with the Tide this season Clinton-Dix has 24 tackles and two passes defended.

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