Well, are ya?
Obviously, there are at least a few really, really die-hard members of Bama Nation that are up for it. At least it seems so with this shirt influenced entirely by the torso of Alabama starting quarterback — and Heisman Trophy hopeful — AJ McCarron.
The design across the chest is an actual tattoo McCarron thought would look great on him. Not only does it feature his nickname, which is a very apt “Bama Boy”, but it also includes the names of five other family members, a crying Jesus, a dove and — wait — is that a family crest?
Yes it is, Gamedayrs.
At least they stopped at his waistline, no?
H/T: Last Angry Fan
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