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According to the Instagram account AustinMire and @RickMuscles, there is a guy that looks exactly like Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron. The junior quarterback is getting ready to play in the BCS National Championship against Notre Dame. Honestly, if you showed me this picture, I would think this was AJ McCarron. Heck, I look at this picture and think it’s a prank that it really is AJ but apparently it’s not according to my sources. The guy is a spot on image. This is the complete image that he put on Instagram. Does he look like AJ McCarron to you? Maybe Nick Saban can run some trick plays with this guy.
UPDATE: According to Alabama fans, this is really AJ McCarron. Do you have information on this? Please send it in.
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Alabama Crimson Nick Saban is preparing his team to play Notre Dame for the National Championship On Jan.7.
The only thing that people seem to want to talk about is his potential bid to coach another NFL team.
Alabama’s Athletic Director Mal Moore has stepped forward to attempt to clear the air.
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