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LB Dee Finley to transfer to North Alabama
By Rachel George, December 2, 2011
Former Florida linebacker Dee Finley announced on Twitter that he intended to transfer to Division II North Alabama. Finley left the program on Oct. 12, saying then that he was seeking a fresh start somewhere else. A former five star recruit from Auburn, Ala., Finley was mostly a back up linebacker and played on special teams. He played in 19 career games and had 12 tackles, with one for a loss. Finley played in five games this season, but was suspended for the Tennessee game in September following an arrest.
ARTICLES BY DATEBRIEF: North Alabama Agriplex ribbon cutting
The Cullman Times, Ala, June 27, 2012
The Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the North Alabama Agriplex May 23. Over 10 years ago, several community leaders and members of the Cullman Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee had a vision of a facility that would showcase the importance of agriculture to our community and to future generations. The North Alabama Agriplex Board was established as a statewide board by the Alabama Legislature in 2000. Its purpose is to educate and create awareness of agriculture in Alabama.
Terry Bowden having the time of his life at North Alabama
By Andrea Adelson and From the Press Box, February 28, 2010
Terry Bowden has got a renewed pep in that step, an excitement in his voice, a passion in his spirit. After one season back on the sideline at North Alabama, all of a sudden he feels like a new man. “Being back in coaching, it’s everything I hoped it would be,” Bowden said at ChampionsGate resort this weekend, just before speaking to a small gathering of North Alabama alumni. “Just the excitement and the enjoyment at my age in life. After a 10 year sabbatical, I feel like I’m 30 years old again.”Former Gator Janoris Jenkins drafted in 2nd round by Rams
South Florida Sun Sentinel, April 28, 2012
Former University of Florida cornerback and Pahokee standout Janoris Jenkins , who transferred to North Alabama after off field issues, was drafted by the St. Louis Rams with the seventh pick of the second round (39th overall) of the NFL Draft Friday night. The 5 foot 10, 193 pound Jenkins was widely considered to have mid first round talent, but many teams were wary of drafting him high because of his background. for the South title and the right to play host to a quarterfinal game next weekend. The Pahokee native spent the 2011 season at Division II North Alabama after leaving Florida in the spring following two marijuana related arrests in a three month span. With the Lions, Jenkins excelled. Janoris Jenkins, trying desperately to rebuild his image at a serene college football outpost in the rolling hills of Northern Alabama, tells us something we already knew about the difference between new University of Florida football coach Will Muschamp and old coach Urban Meyer. “No doubt, if Coach Meyer were still coaching, I’d still be playing for the Gators,” says Jenkins, a star cornerback and a potential first round draft pick whom Muschamp booted from UF’s team after being arrested twice for possession of marijuana during the offseason.