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Byrne Stresses Alabama Cannot Become Complacent In Introductory Press Conference

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 20 / 17

Greg Byrne was formally introduced as the new Alabama AD on Thursday, and unlike predecessors Bill Battle and Mal Moore, Byrne is an outside hire, but "he's not arriving with the intent of turning the department upside down," according to a front-page piece by Ben Jones of the TUSCALOOSA NEWS.&...

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