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Alabama commit Reuben Foster is starting to turn into one those guys we refer to as a different type of cat. Foster who’s gained acclaim for getting a gigantic Auburn tatoo on his arm before deciding to attend Alabama garnered some more attention today on signing day. This morning Foster showed his enthusiasm for Alabama by dressing as Nick Saban while signing his letter of intent. I guess your Bama teammates are supposed to forget about the Auburn tattoo now huh Reuben?
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Reuben Foster, who happens to have an Auburn Tigers tattoo, dressed as Nick Saban for National Signing Day to honor him. He downed the classic Nick Saban hat with the crimson ribbon with an A on it. Foster dressed like him before sending his National Letter of Intent in via Fax machine. Foster used to be committed to the Auburn Tigers and tried to have his tattoo fixed but messed...
Five-star recruit Reuben Foster paid a little homage to Nick Saban today when he signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Tide dressed as his soon-to-be head coach.
The future Alabama linebacker showed up for National Signing Day wearing the signature straw hat and an Alabama vest similar to the one that Saban dons at every practice.
If you don’t remember Foster...
Several outgoing Alabama players who are currently preparing for the NFL Draft took some time to recount their experiences of meeting Nick Saban during the recruiting process.
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Just when you think National Signing Day - or as Black Heart Gold Pants calls it, "Creepypalooza" - couldn't get any creepier, along comes new Alabama recruiting class of 2013 member Reuben Foster to make things even creepier. Foster (aka "The Guy with the Auburn Tattoo") signed his letter of intent dressed as Alabama head football coach Nick Saban. ...
Alabama coach Nick Saban insists he doesn't get swept up in the signing day drama of recruits' televised announcements and last-minute change of hearts.
''But I must admit I didn't sleep real good last night,'' Saban said.
Everything turned out just fine for the Crimson Tide on Wednesday when the program that has won three of the last four national championships...
Nick Saban has achieved a lot of success while head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide. He’s won multiple BCS National Championships and achieved a lot of success in recruiting. Winning and this large increase in money definitely had something to do with it.
Alabama spent $930,997 on football recruiting in 2011-11. It was $258,846 when Saban arrived. bit.ly/12nsBSy
— Jon Solomon...
Its tough to improve on perfection, but to hear Nick Saban talk, the Alabama Crimson Tide was far from perfect last year. Next years squad wont be perfect either, even if they win every game by 50. Thats Saban. Still, the future looks bright again in Tuscaloosa as the Tide get ready to suit up for the spring.
2012 Record: 13-1 BCS National Champions
Spring Practice: The A-Day...
National Signing Day for college football is this Wednesday February 6, 2013. Recruits will finally be able to put the ink to the paper when they sign their letter of intent for the school they choose. During my January and February time off, I drubbed up a short list scouting report on some of the top national recruits and top classes. Since there are so many recruits nationally...
Alabama signed 25 players in its 2013 class, wrapping up another stellar year of recruiting under Nick Saban.
Even though national signing day was still 2 days away, five-star linebacker Reuben Foster decided it was time to make his announcement. This obviously give Foster time to change his mind again, which college kids are allowed to do.
Foster, who committed to Alabama then changed his mind and committed to Auburn and proved his commitment with a tattoo, has decided to...
Five-star linebacker prospect Reuben Foster says he'll play for Alabama after a recruiting process that left him torn between the state's two rivals - and sporting an Auburn tattoo.
The Auburn (Ala.) High School star said Monday night on Fox SportsSouth that he plans to sign with the two-time defending national champion Crimson Tide over the Tigers - where he had committed...