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Who knew Alabama QB AJ McCarron was making big moves in the rap game, hanging out with Waka Flocka Flame and what not? We're diggin' it.
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To say that Alabama head football coach Nick Saban thinks highly of the Crimson Tide's starting quarterback A.J. McCarron is an understatement. The QB that has led Bama to back-to-back BCS titles has proven to be one of the best SEC QB's in recent memory. So it wasn't surprising that Saban took time out to praise McCarron for his leadership skills, going as far to declare...
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron got the opportunity to hang out with some goons this weekend, and came under fire for it.
McCarron tweeted out some photos and let all of social media know that he was hanging out with former Brick Squad member and Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame.
McCarron started to catch some heat after he tweeted out a photo of himself wearing a hat he received...
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