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Media informs Urban Meyer of an NCAA rule teams have been utilizing, which prompts Meyer to "make a phone call"

This season, teams have made waves by having former players come back and act as scout team players to prepare for a particular person they'll face later that week. Alabama notably used this NCAA loophole to bring back Trent Richardson (who bounced around to a few NFL teams before ultimately being cut) to act as Leonard Fournette on the Tide scout team during practice.

Alabama notably used this NCAA loophole to bring back Trent Richardson (who bounced around to a few NFL teams before ultimately being cut) to act as Leonard Fournette on the Tide scout team during practice.

With the full plate that head coaches carry week to week game planning, and doing the million other logistical things that come across a head coach's desk, sometimes thing like that can slip under the radar, and that's exactly what happened with that loophole to Urban Meyer.

At his weekly presser yesterday, a member of the media mentioned the NCAA allowing Alabama to bring back Trent Richardson for scout team duty, a look of surprise, intrigue, and excitement crossed Meyer's face.

Meyer is so surprised by it, he asks the reporter to repeat herself before adding, "I did not know that. But it's got me thinking. Who we got?"

Catch the full exchange below.

https://youtu.be/DTTFdADn-bw