How did we miss this during Monday’s National Championship game between Alabama and LSU? I would have thought ESPN would have been all over this on their 10 hour pre-game show or 24 hours of non-stop post game coverage. But no, they had to talk about the damn game.
They completely missed a topless woman walking around the French Quarter in New Orleans with an Alabama cheerleader uniform painted on her chest, (like the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue) and wearing a Bear Bryant hat. Roll over Tide!
Only she’s no swimsuit model and she’s either got a big snag in the front of her sweater or that’s one huge outie with a belly button ring through it. Eww.
Still, she is topless.
If you really, really want an uncensored version of the photo you can go to this NSFW site. But don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Brooks has gone WAY deeper on this one than we could ever hope to get, but if you visit his website, the trail of evidence linking current and past players with a suit-store owning booster who displayed signed ‘Bama memorabilia in his store sure makes you wonder why this isn’t getting more national press. Is it enough to have coaches and the university claim that nothing improper happened. Isn’t that what got Jim Tressel in trouble?
Maybe it’s because it’s Nick “The Saint” Saban and the Tide?
The #Tide administration is saying their athletic programs (including Nick Saban’s football team) violated what are known as “secondary” (minor) violations more than 40 times from July 1, 2009 through July 1, 2011. Among the list of sins are “impermissible transportation, entertainment, meals and lodging during two trips” and a player receiving “impermissible benefits” from an agent and “preferential treatment based on (his) status as a student-athlete.