Updated: January 5, 2013, 12:29 PM ET
By Brett McMurphy | ESPN
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Alabama senior defensive end Quinton Dial will not miss any playing time Monday for his hit on Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray in last month's SEC title game.
No. 2 Alabama faces No. 1 Notre Dame in Monday's Discover BCS National Championship game.
An Alabama official told ESPN Saturday that Dial's situation had been "handled internally."
Against Georgia, Dial leveled Murray after the signal-caller threw an interception. The SEC reviewed the play, did not suspend Dial and said any punishment would be up to Alabama.
"I was just looking for someone to block," Dial said Saturday. "I am very relieved to play in the game since it's my last college football game."