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Defensive lineman Undra Billingsley's decision not to return for his fifth and final year of eligibility at Alabama was actually months, if not years, in the making:
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
Good luck big fellow. Now gentlemen, lets brace for the big Media spin cycle to kick in.
This post was edited by jermainealbert on 3/8/2012 at 11:47 AM
Hope him success in his ventures after football. Glad he used his scholarship wisely and obtained a degree.
Looks like he understands opportunity cost very well. He'd miss out on a full years pay to play his final year. He's got 2 rings and a lifetime of memories. Bein a self aware man he new the NFL wasn't in his cards so he's making a good life choice. Congratulations to him for a stellar football career and wish him the best with his professional career.
True definition of "Processed": Came to Alabama, developed as a player and a man, won 2 championships....destined for success.
"Oh and Mac...the horse's name is Friday." - Jim Bowers
Thank you and good luck in your future.
RTR Undra! Best wishes!
great read and wish him the best of luck!
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I really can't blame him for his decision to forgo his senior season.
What a great idea for a story! What Undra decided to do makes a lot of sense. I hope he has great success in his career.
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