“You don't really appreciate this until after you're out of school, but it's really true. When you play for Alabama, when you put on that Crimson jersey, you're not just playing for yourself or your teammates. You're playing for everybody who wore that uniform before you and for everybody who'll wear it after you. That's the tradition.”
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