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A pair of University of Oregon students have printed and are selling green t-shirts on campus with the phrase "We Want Bama" on them.
And the $10 t-shirts are going like hot cakes on the Eugene campus.
The two students decided to do it to draw attention that the current #2 ranked Ducks football team may be running headlong into a BCS title match with SEC Power and current #1, The University of Alabama.
Harmless fun, right?
Well, maybe....unless you are a crazy-ass Alabama and/or SEC Fan.
Already USA Today has a story titled "Oregon Football should hope and pray Alabama doesn't see this T-Shirt".
Read the USA Today story RIGHT HERE
We say "Good for Oregon". Why not? If SEC or Alabama fans are "Angry" about this, well, they need to lighten the heck up....
Can Oregon beat the Crimson Tide? Who knows? They may not even play.
Will they get ...
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The No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide will host the Arkansas Razorbacks in a Saturday evening match-up of two SEC schools.
While Alabama (6-0) has had little to stand in its way the same can not be said for Arkansas (3-4) who have lost their last four games including their last three SEC match-ups.
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Alabama Crimson Tide safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been reinstated by the NCAA following a two-game suspension, according to Chase Goodbread of NFL.com. In a statement from the school, the NCAA did not notify UA until late Friday afternoon that Clinton-Dix was eligible, making his participation questionable for Saturday night's game.
Alabama Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been reinstated by the NCAA. Clinton-Dix served a two game suspension after received a loan of less than $500 from assistant strength and conditioning coach Corey Harris.
The NCAA notified UA Friday that Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been reinstated and is eligible for competition after serving a two-game suspension.
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