Brendan Maloy
Saturday October 26th, 2013

20 Alabama student groups will not be able to attend this weekend game against Tennessee due to infractions of the student ticket agreement. The University of Alabama has suspended the tickets of 20 student groups, for failing to stay through the end of games. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Alabama has suspended the block tickets of 20 student groups for the team's game against Tennessee on Saturday, according to CollegeFootballTalk.

Earlier in the week, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban chastised students for not staying through the end of the team's blowout win over Arkansas:

“In some kind of way, everybody that chooses to go to the game should stay there and support the team for the game,” Saban said this week. ”Maybe if you’re not interested in doing that, you should let someone else go who would really like to go because I have a lot of people who want to go.”

Mandel: College football Week 9 picks: UCLA-Oregon, Texas Tech-Oklahoma The suspended groups will have their seats reinstated for the unbeaten Tide's next home game, but AL.com reports that further infractions of the student seating agreement would result in the loss of the seats for the remainder of the season. The newly opened seats will be available to all student ticket holders.

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