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Alabama releases new graphic featuring Drake lyrics

The Alabama Crimson Tide did not end the 2014 college football season the way they wanted. The Crimson Tide were just one game away from playing in the first College Football Playoff Championship, but fell to Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl by seven points. The Buckeyes went on to win it all. So, it is safe to say that Alabama has a chip on their shoulder coming into the 2015-2016...
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July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Alabama Quotes Drake In “Charged Up” Graphic Featuring WR Chris Black

Mentioning or quoting the rapper Drake seems to be a new fad for college football programs. Alabama jumped into the act this afternoon. The Crimson Tide released a graphic of wide receiver Chris Black and the phrase “Charged Up Not About To Starve Us.” Those are lyrics from Drake’s recent song “Charged Up,” a diss record targeting fellow rapper Meek Mill. Alabama assistant...
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July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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