Football Bowl Subdivision
           === Four Alabama players arrested after campus robbery ===
 Tuscaloosa,  AL (Sports  Network) -  Four  members of  Alabama's BCS  national
 championship  team have  been arrested for allegedly attacking and robbing two
 university students on Monday.
 According  to  depositions filed  by campus  police that  were obtained by the
 Tuscaloosa  News,  defensive lineman D.J.  Pettway, linebacker Tyler Hayes and
 cornerback  Eddie  Williams  were  booked on  second  degree  robbery  charges
 following an assault of the two students, one of which had his backpack stolen
 that contained a laptop computer. The other had his wallet taken.
 In  addition,  Williams and  reserve running back  Brent Calloway were charged
 with fraudulent use of a credit card.
 All four players have been suspended indefinitely from the team.
 "The  young  men charged are  indefinitely suspended  as we continue to gather
 information  and talk to the appropriate people," Crimson Tide head coach Nick
 Saban  said  in a statement.  The university  and football program have strict
 guidelines  regarding issues  of this magnitude. This behavior is unacceptable
 for any student-athlete at the University of Alabama and not representative of
 our football program."
 All  were freshmen  non-starters on the 2012 Crimson Tide squad which captured
 its  second  consecutive national title  after last month's 42-14 victory over
 Notre Dame in the BCS Championship Game held in Miami.
 Pettway  had  eight tackles  and 2.5  sacks while  appearing in  13 games as a
 redshirt  freshman last season, with Hayes recording 14 tackles in 13 contests
 as  a true  freshman.  Calloway,  also a  redshirt  freshman,  had 10  carries
 totaling 63 yards over 13 games.
 Williams was redshirted during the 2012 campaign.
 02/12 16:13:35 ET