Found May 02, 2013 on College Spun:
Surely you remember Reuben Foster, the highly sought-after five-star linebacker recruit who, despite having a giant Auburn tattoo, ultimately chose to play football at Alabama. Well, he’s decided to do something about the controversial ink – and it actually works. Foster’s cousin, Ladarious Phillips, who played for the Tigers, was shot and killed in June of 2012. As such, Foster has turned his tattoo into a tribute to his fallen relative. Here’s a closer look at what Reuben Foster’s Auburn tattoo has become: a tribute to a fallen family member. twitter.com/AlexS_ESPN/sta… — Alex Scarborough (@AlexS_ESPN) May 1, 2013 [GameDayr]
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