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Despite being just over a week removed from having suffered a high ankle sprain, Alabama Crimson Tide left tackle Cam Robinson may still be a go for Saturday's game at LSU.
Per Michael Casagrande of AL.com, "coach Nick Saban said Cam Robinson has not been ruled out of the 7 p.m. trip to his home state. The freshman went down on the first series of the Tennessee game Oct. 25 and didn't practice last week."
Saban added that Robinson was likely to do some physical exercises on Monday, but won't do work with the offensive line. He has, however, worked out on the treadmill already.
"He's done well at that and we'll have to see how he moves around today, not really in practice, but just on the side" Saban said.
"If he continues to make progress, he could be a guy who is available for the game."
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