Found November 13, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Texas A&M shocked the college football world on Saturday when it came way with a road victory against No. 1-ranked Alabama that included a goal-line stand to seal the game. The photo you see above was posted on Reddit over the weekend, and if the caption is accurate you are looking at the rear end of a Crimson Tide fan who lost a bet. Since we’d like to believe a Texas A&M fan didn’t do this in celebration, we’re subscribing to the lost bet theory. As Outkick the Coverage pointed out, the best part of the artwork is the fact that the apostrophe was placed after the “12″ to indicate the year that this game happened. If that isn’t classic SEC fan then I don’t know what is. If you’d like to see a more hairy and disturbing photo of the tattoo, click here. Unfortunately, it’s gotten to the point where a tattoo of a college football score on a man’s hind quarters doesn’t phase me. When you have seen ass tattoos of Dirk Nowitzki’s face and the Bill Walsh coaching tree, your senses get
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