Found September 21, 2013 on Throw The Flag:
Well, Alabama Crimson Tide fans. It’s time for you to get angry and laugh at Texas Longhorn fans. Since Mack Brown is on the hot seat, people actually think Nick Saban will go to Texas. Of course, Saban is infamous in lying to the media and saying that he would not take the coaching job at Alabama but ended up going there. There is no way this happens but the fact that Longhorn fans are already making t-shirts about it is hilarious. Well, sure. RT @Lana: oh no RT @JasonARogers: So this is happening at Texas games now pic.twitter.com/WWfJu4uzx1 — edsbs (@edsbs) September 21, 2013
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