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Knox family considers legal action after losing Alabama transfer appeal

Justin Knox is "down and out" about losing his appeal of the exceptions Alabama placed on his transfer, his uncle said Monday. Darien Knox said the family is considering legal action against the university as a last resort. The 6-foot-9, 245-pound post player has other options. His uncle accompanied him on an official visit to UNC on Sunday. Knox played pick-up games with some current UNC players Monday, and UNC has offered him a scholarship. "They’re showing us a lot of love," Darien Knox said. "Coach (Roy) Williams is a class act." (Birmingham News)


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