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It appears that Alabama fans in Tuscaloosa are having some fun with a custom NCAA Football 11 cover. As you can see above, they've made up their own boxart featuring Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow famously crying his eyes out in 2009.Many people are claiming to have seen this on store shelves at Alabama Gamestop locations, but we've received no confirmation of these rumors.
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That is quite low and shows the integrity of Alabama fans.
Yeah clearly fake. The covers don't even fit right. You shouldn't be able to see the spine graphic from the front. Not to mention 360 games use lime green cases, not black ones.
Haha, I wish.
Ha ha... Suck it, Tebow. Maybe Wuerffel and Torretta will let you sleep on their couch when you're playing UFL away games in a couple of years.
its alabama. nuff said lol
That's funny haha.
Hilarious. This should've been the real cover nationwide.
If I bought this game I would probably take the cover out just so I wouldn't have to look at this tool.
hah poor guy
Say what you will about the guy, I am glad he's on the Broncos roster.
Funny cover though.
C'mon guys....it's Alabama we're talking about. Nothing good ever happens to Alabama haha
That's lame, Jordan's tongue out picture is way cooler.
HAHAHAAA Tebows Such a tool. about time someone did this.
this is too facking funny! kotaku tried calling their stores to confirm its existence but no luck. looks like this is a fake you guys.
It's funny because if one of Alabama's players started crying Alabama fans would probably rush out onto the field with a vile to collect the tears. It's the passion behind the game and it's just silly how people disrespect it.
This is why I love college football.
I hope for his sake this cover does not ruin his season, Well i guess thats just me hoping the madden curse gos accross all EA games
forget about this picture...I'm not a 'Bama fan but why not put a shot of someone from Alabama on it...oh wait...I remember...It's because the NCAA can profit from college but not the kids they put in the game.