CFB notebook: Alabama RB Sanders out indefinitely

Alabama freshman running back Trey Sanders suffered a significant foot injury in Thursday’s practice and is expected to miss the entire season, according to AL.com.Coach Nick Saban said only that Sanders would be out “indefinitely,” adding Saturday that senior linebacker Joshua McMillon suffered a knee injury in the scrimmage earlier in the day. Saban said the injury was “most concerning.”McMillon will be further evaluated.He has been projected to start alongside returning starter Dylan Moses at an otherwise thin group of inside linebackers.–Florida sophomore defensive back John Huggins has been dismissed from the team, a school spokesman confirmed to multiple media outlets.Huggins was accused of choking a female tutor on campus last October, according to school records released last week, although he was not charged with a crime.Huggins has not been in camp with the Gators, although coach Dan Mullen said it wasn’t related to the incident last fall. A spokesman said Huggins’ absence was due to a “family issue,” according to the Orlando Sentinel, which was the first to report the dismissal.–Kentucky redshirt sophomore linebacker Josh Paschal, diagnosed a year ago with malignant melanoma, has finished his immunotherapy treatments and is ready to get back to work.