Alabama coach’s playbook stolen before National Championship


ATLANTA – Police say an Alabama coach’s backpack, which included his playbook, was stolen from his hotel ahead of the National Championship.

Alabama defeated Georgia Monday in the game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Police say last Saturday, defensive line coach Karl Dunbar left his backpack in a Marriott Marquis conference room designated as the defensive line meeting room.

It had his cellphone, laptop, $1,300 cash, passport and game day playbook inside.

Some of the items were recovered in a bathroom, but not the playbook.

“It’s bad. It’s definitely bad. One shouldn’t do it and I believe Georgians wouldn’t do it,” Georgia fan Bobby Val said.


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