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Ever since Brent Musburger drooled over her on national television during the BCS National Championship game, Katherine Webb has been a celebrity. Her new-found fame has led to appearances in publications like Sports Illustrated and on reality TV shows like ABC’s “Splash.” As a result, she has had to learn how to deal with the media. Luckily, Webb’s boyfriend AJ McCarron has already been there. Considering he plays for arguably the most popular football program in the nation, the Alabama quarterback knows a thing or two about having microphones in your face and cameras following you around. “She’s been asking me for advice the whole time,” McCarron told ESPN.com’s Chris Low. “Even though she was Miss Alabama and all that, she had never been through any of the paparazzi deal, and it all came at her at once so fast. “She’s still learning how to handle everything and will text me or call me for advice. I just have to tell her, ‘Listen, I’ve been going through this for three years almost
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Katherine Webb, girlfriend of Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, is one of 10 contestants on the new ABC reality show Splash. The diving competition premieres this Tuesday, March 19th, and also features NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabaar and Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh.
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Somebody tell this kid his girl is as good as gone if he doesn’t become a star in the NFL. No one cares who you are, A.J. McCarron, the name Katherine Webb has surpassed you.
Given the history of Alabama quarterbacks, if A.J. doesn’t turn out to be Joe Namath, he’s got problems, and if he doesn’t get to the Pro-Bowl in his first year like Andrew Luck… kiss the girl goodbye...
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