June 19, 2024

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The SEC announced on Wednesday that Mohamed Wague, a forward for Alabama,

will miss one game due to an incident in which he elbowed Florida’s Alex Condon in the head during the No. 13 Crimson Tide’s 98-93 overtime victory in Tuscaloosa. His suspension will start right away, and he won’t be able to play against Kentucky on Saturday.

The SEC announced on Wednesday that Mohamed Wague, a forward for Alabama, will miss one game due to an incident in which he elbowed Florida’s Alex Condon in the head during the No. 13 Crimson Tide’s 98-93 overtime victory in Tuscaloosa. His suspension will start right away, and he won’t be able to play against Kentucky on Saturday.

“After video review in the conference office, it was determined that Wague committed the fighting act of striking Florida’s Alex Condon in the back of the head with his elbow/forearm with 9:25 remaining to play in the first half of Wednesday’s game,” a press release from the SEC stated.

Wague lost possession of the ball during the game as he advanced to take a shot against

This is not the first time Wague has been involved in a contentious play this season. In a matchup with rival Auburn, he seemed to tread on Tigers standout Johni Broome’s hand. After review, the play was found not to have been a technical foul.

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