The racist videos of now-expelled Alabama student Harley Barber continued to receive responses from athletes and coaches at the school.
Before beating Auburn, basketball star Crimson Tide Braxton Key tweeted a message of support for minority groups on campus . He drew a "good job" and an approved by the athletic director Greg Byrne.
After the 76-71 rivalry win, Alabama basketball coach Avery Johnson approached the situation spontaneously at the end of his press conference.  "There was an unfortunate video, are you familiar with the vile and abhorrent that was released yesterday or the day before?" Obviously, I agree with the university. We do not approve of that kind of behavior. It is very unfortunate. I know the university is going to deal with that. "
The uproar started on Tuesday when a video went viral on Barber throwing racist thoughts, using the word n several times.The university said it was investigating the incidents and on Wednesday the student said she had been expelled while apologizing for the hateful comments.
"We have a lot of people in our organization, in our basketball operation and in our team that we are from many different backgrounds," Johnson continued on the evening of Wednesday. "Everyone does not look like me, but we accept everyone. Wherever they are. Whatever the color of your skin. We accept everyone.
"This university has taken a firm stand on diversity and inclusion, and I support Dr. (Stuart) Bell and I support Greg Byrne to promote an atmosphere of inclusion and we have great players on our team, from great families, whether they are single parents or two parents, it does not matter, so I really bothered that video and I thought you should know. "
In the tweet from the previous Wednesday, Key said he was speaking on behalf of the Alabama basketball team .
"We will continue to use our platform to raise others and be advocates for people who may feel they have no voice," he wrote. "Roll Tide!"
Alabama runner Damien Harris and former defensive defensive Landon Collins They were among the other athletes to make statements condemning the Barber videos.
Michael Casagrande is a beat writer from Alabama for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @ByCasagrande .