Found May 04, 2012 on
The big news in the SEC this offseason, besides Bobby Petrino landing his road beef a nice job within the Arkansas football department, is that Alabama QB A.J. McCarron received some new chest tattoo ink to go with his already dreamy Jesus ink. It was announced in early April that A.J. had rosaries, doves and a BCS crystal ball added to his pecs. Now comes the visual evidence.
Let’s just say this guy might be the most tatted white QB in NCAA history.
As Friends of the Program notes, it’s only a matter of time before this guy gets to a beach to show off this ink. There’s no reason to get a crystal ball added if you’re not going to show that off to Auburn Nation.
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AJ McCarron has been known for his amazingly awful chest tattoo which was updated after Alabama won the 2011 BCS National Championship. We’ve been searching for pictures of it. Finally, pictures of the outskirts of the tattoo have surfaced thanks to Greg Dawkins.Obviously, we took out the kid’s face from the picture. Apparently AJ went to support a friends little league team...
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