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  Six of Alabama's past seven football seasons have stretched into the second week of January, making the task particularly difficult for any of its players wanting to also play basketball. Doing so would require shaking off the physical rigors of a 15-game football season and then jumping into an SEC basketball schedule, without the benefits of much practice time or experience in non-conference games. But five-star cornerback Kool-Aid McKinstry and four-star cornerback Terrion Arnold both arrived at Alabama last year with aspirations to play both sports, something that was welcomed by Nick Saban and men's basketball coach Nate Oats.

Oats said McKinstry would have a spot on the team and he practiced with the team upon his arrival on campus in early 2021. But after turning his attention back to football in the fall, McKinstry did not join the hoops team after football season this past winter. Basketball does not appear to be in McKinstry's future. "When I first got here, I was thinking about playing basketball," McKinstry explained Tuesday. "I actually did practice with the basketball team, but as of right now, I don't think I'll be playing basketball." - Birmingham News

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