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Katherine Webb’s Alabama Video Goes Viral Before Middle Tennessee Game

Katherine Webb’s Alabama Video Goes Viral Before Middle Tennessee Game

Katherine Webb’s Alabama video went viral this week ahead of the Crimson Tide’s showdown against Middle Tennessee.

On Saturday, Nick Saban and Co. will take the field and attempt to start erasing the memories of an objectively disappointing 2022 campaign. That starts with a game against a Middle Tennessee squad that beat Miami last season despite coming into the outing as 26-point underdogs.

That being said, this year’s Crimson Tide team is far better than the Hurricanes group that lost to MTSU. Miami didn’t even finish in the top 25 last season, whereas Alabama is ranked fourth in the nation and enters this particular game as almost a 40-point favorite.

Which probably explains why Webb is so hyped. She is one of the program’s more memorable stars from the past decade, what with the impression she made during her husband A.J. McCarron’s then-run with the Crimson Tide.

This week Webb went viral for her Alabama-themed video to commemorate the kickoff of the 2023 season.

This obviously isn’t the first time in recent months that Webb has blown up online. Between her racy Las Vegas trip photos, provocative outfit choices and very ‘close’ relationship with Deshaun Watson’s girlfriend, she has been something of a mainstay in the news cycle as of late.

In addition, there are also just her standard social media posts. They never disappoint her loyal fans.

Webb’s loyalty to the school notwithstanding, this promises to be a big year for Alabama football.

By any objective measure, watching Georgia take control of the SEC has not been easy for Saban.

Falling to LSU last year in Brian Kelly’s first year with the program was doubly troubling.

This needs to be a bounce back campaign for the Crimson Tide. If they don’t reclaim the conference crown in 2023, then it may officially be time to close the curtain on the Nick Saban Era.

Will Webb be on hand at some point this season to cheer Alabama on in person? Time will tell.

Related: Texas Tech Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Wyoming Game

Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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