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What do you do when you're bored? Because when Alabama senior reserve WR Kenny Bell has nothing going on he Tweets pics of the eight rings that he’s collected over his five years playing for the Crimson Tide...

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It should noted he was redshirted in 2009, but Bell was part of three BCS national titles and two SEC championships in his five years.
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peccow206 - 21 months ago
5 championships, 8 rings...makes total sense.
ChanBenoit - 21 months ago
It's typical Bama inflated championship math.
HeavyCore - 21 months ago
He should have 9 actually, but the mulligan Bama got in 2011 made them miss out on the SEC ring.
He would have gotten:
3 in 2009 for SEC, BCS, NCAA
2 in 2011 for BCS, NCAA
3 in 2012 for SEC, BCS, NCAA
kjntgr - 21 months ago
I'm bad at math but 3 BCS plus 2 SEC equals 8?
alajones - 21 months ago
At least he hasn't traded them for tats.
Florida225 - 21 months ago
that dirty arse bed
fightingtigers98 - 21 months ago
why is there 6 NC rings?
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