Found August 27, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

That Alabama fan tattoo from a couple of weeks ago that BC introduced to the Internet is still sending shock waves through the SEC. Take LSU fan @skillet2396. This guy spent a considerable amount of  time last week tweeting pretty much every major ESPN Twitter account, begging them to take notice of his Mike The Tiger.

So, let’s have a tat-off.

Better SEC mascot tattoo: Mike The Tiger or Big Al?

Have a football-themed tat we need to see? Have a massive Nick Saban tattoo on your back? Bear Bryant tattoo on your chest? Les Miles eating a piece of grass on your shoulder? Let us see it.

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