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Mary Farr, according to WBRC in Birmingham, Alabama, lost her left eye in a 1970s plane crash.
This year, she decided to turn that into yet another way to show her Crimson Tide pride.
That's right. Farr has an artificial eye that is crimson and sports "BAMA" written in easily visible white.
"Why not?" she told the TV station. "I mean if you have to have any eye, a fake eye, you might as well have one that says 'Bama' on it. I'm wearing it for every game this year."
We should expect no less from Ms. Farr; Bama is her middle name. No really. According to WBRC, her middle name is actually Bama.
Ross Dzuris is hoping to make an impact on the football field this fall. His 2015 headshot is already changing the game.
Proudly presenting the 2015 CFB head shot of the year: Nebraska DE Ross Dzuris pic.twitter.com/ilgKzwBWk3— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) August 27, 2015
Honestly, it's a shame a helmet will be covering up this magnificent mustache:
Facial hair is all the rage, so ingenious guys like Dzuris have stepped up their game -- some would say to the extreme -- to distance themselves from the rest of the bearded pack. We're not sure how Dzuris will play this season, but his mustache game is sure to put the field to shame.
Samaje Perine burst onto the scene in 2014, rushing for 1,713 yards and 21 touchdowns as a true freshman for the Oklahoma Sooners.
Perhaps this is a reason:
All right, so you don't run with your arms. But there's a good chance those ridiculous biceps intimidated some defenders into submission.
(Well, maybe not Shawn Oakman.)