Alabama free safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is expected to miss 1-3 games after the university reported his violation of team rules, according to a report from CBS Sports' Jeremy Fowler.
Citing a source with direct knowledge of the situation, Fowler reported that Alabama has proposed a suspension length of 1-3 games to the NCAA.
The Tuscaloosa News reported that Clinton-Dix loaned between $100-300 from Alabama assistant strength coach Corey Harris last summer. The Tuscaloosa News also reported that Harris has been placed on administrative leave following the incident.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban told reporters Wednesday that Clinton-Dix would be suspended indefinitely, but he did not specify the nature of the suspension.
Through the Crimson Tide's first four games, Clinton-Dix ranked second on the Alabama defense with 24 total tackles. He has also recorded two pass breakups and a pair of passes defended. The top-ranked Crimson Tide face Georgia State on Saturday in Tuscaloosa.