The return of trainees to the University of Alabamas school has actually brought large crowds to bars and stimulated frustration from a minimum of one Crimson Tide football player.Senior offending lineman Chris Owens shared a picture Sunday afternoon on Twitter of The Strip in Tuscaloosa, where a long line of individuals– lots of not wearing masks– had formed outside a bar: The photography editor from the schools trainee newspaper shared more photos of crowds outside bars and a lack of mask-wearing at those facilities: Kristen Saban Setas, the child of coach Nick Saban, added her voice to the problem Sunday afternoon: Owens public aggravation with the crowds comes one day after Auburn pass receiver Anthony Schwartz shared similar feelings about crowds of people without masks on that schools school after students returned.Alabama starts classes Wednesday and students are needed to be evaluated for COVID-19 before arriving on school. However, the school has prohibited big events and put in place guidelines about facial coverings and social distancing.Nick Saban kept in mind the SEC moved the start of its football season back to Sept. 26 in part to assess how the return of trainees to school impacted the COVID-19 positivity rate amongst football gamers, which has been kept under control in current weeks by rigorous treatments for players.Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne last week stated the university has tried to create an “umbrella” over its players however not necessarily a “bubble.” Players still have freedom around school, although quarterback Mac Jones and running back Najee Harris said Friday they usually keep to themselves anyway.Owens has actually been outspoken in current days about the handling of the virus, calling out “stopped working management” recently as one reason football season stays in doubt.Mike Rodak is an Alabama beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @mikerodak.

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