"Mount Cody" sits at the summit of Bama's defense
ATHENS, Ga. -- Before Alabama nose guard Terrence Cody could become "Mount Cody," he first had to reach the top of a West Virginia mountain.
During Cody's senior season at Riverdale High School in Fort Myers, Fla., Cody was required to complete a 2½-mile run up a mountain on property owned by his high school coach's family. The endurance test was part of his team's preseason camp, which took place more than 1,100 miles from home.
"When he got up the mountain, the ...
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