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After flipping from Auburn to Alabama, Reuben Foster decided to keep his War Eagle ink and change it into a tribute to his cousin Ladarious Phillips, a former Tigers fullback.
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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...
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Five-star linebacker recruit Reuben Foster may have officially committed to Alabama back in February when he dressed as Nick Saban on signing day, but he is keeping his famous Auburn tattoo. Rather than going through the expensive and painful process of having it removed, Foster has had some additional work done to turn the ink into a tribute to his cousin Ladarious Phillips. Here’s...
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