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UA gives up 21 football wins

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Pending a possible appeal of today's NCAA Committee on Infractions ruling, the following University of Alabama athletic teams could be directly affected by the penalty of vacating victories in competition.

The ruling states that the Alabama football team would vacate 21 victories achieved between 2005 and 2007:

2005: Middle Tennessee, Southern Mississippi, South Carolina, Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, Utah State, Mississippi State and Texas Tech (Cotton Bowl).

2006: Hawaii, Vanderbilt, Louisiana-Monroe, Duke, Mississippi and Florida International.

2007: Western Carolina, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, Houston and Mississippi.

The Alabama men's tennis team could vacate one tennis match, a 2007 NCAA Tournament First Round victory over Duke University.

No other team contest outcomes would be affected if the current ruling stands.

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