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The 13 Happiest Photos Of Alabama Winning The National Championships

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The 13 Happiest Photos Of Alabama Winning The National Championships

Alabama cheerleaders celebrate after their team defeated Notre Dame in their NCAA BCS National Championship college football game in Miami

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Bama Coach Gene Stallings! Twitter / JayBarker7: Jay and Coach Stallings at 20 year reunion for 1992 Championship team

Before his coaching days, Bear Bryant was an All-SEC end at ‪#‎Alabama‬, helping the ‪#‎Tide‬ to the 1934 national championship. Roll Tide to the greatest of all time!

Jake Coker and Alabama win the National Championship 45 - 40 vs Clemson #Alabama #RollTide #BuiltByBama #Bama #BamaNation #CrimsonTide #RTR #Tide #RammerJammer #CFBChampionship #NationalChampionship

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Alabama Crimson Tide arrives to Phoenix ahead of 2016 National Championship

Alabama Crimson Tide arrives to Phoenix ahead of 2016 National Championship | AL.com

SWEET 16 - Alabama wins it's 16 National Championship vs Clemson 45 - 40 - Today’s Front Pages | Newseum #Alabama #RollTide #BuiltByBama #Bama #BamaNation #CrimsonTide #RTR #Tide #RammerJammer #CFBChampionship #NationalChampionship

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Alabama Football

Alabama preparing for the championship game in Miami

Alabama is the current defending National Champion and has a record 14 National Championships over the program’s storied history. And now Upper Deck is proud to release a set of trading cards commemorating the greatest players in Alabama history. Each pack will be loaded with prominent Crimson Tide football alumni like Bart Starr, Paul “Bear” Bryant, Joe Namath, Kenny Stabler, Ozzie Newsome, Shaun Alexander, Julio Jones, Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson and even current head coach Nick Saban.

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Bama 32 - Dawgs 28

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BCS Championship Football

Alabama head coach Nick Saban celebrates with AJ McCarron after the BCS National Championship college football game against LSU Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, in New Orleans. Alabama won 21-0.