Devin White has been freed.
LSU's star linebacker was forced to sit out the first half against Alabama -- now he's back.
The Tigers linebacker emerged from the tunnel with his teammates at Tiger Stadium, and LSU trailing 16-0.
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White was held out of the first half because of a targeting penalty called when he tackled Mississippi State's quarteraback Nick Fitzgerald in the Tigers' last game. The penalty was harshly criticized and spawned a "free Devin White" movement that resulted in billboards near the SEC Headquarters in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and planes towing banners reading that message over big SEC games the past two weeks.
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