Alabama RB Najee Harris Explains Why He Says 'War Eagle' To Crimson Tide Fans
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During his appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, Alabama RB Najee Harris explained why he says Auburn's "War Eagle" to Crimson Tide fans...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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GODDAMN that was GODDAMN funny
Reply2 months
Najee seems like a funny arse dude
Reply2 months
Jedi
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He reminds me of Dave Chappelle/Clayton Bigsby with that mocking southern accent
Reply2 months
Good comparison. Also, glad this cat is entering the draft. Might be the best all purpose RB Bama has ever had. Still remember that 3rd quarter he had against us in 2019.
2 months
I kinda like him now.... this is why I don’t listen to player interviews from other universities. A lot of the top players are really likeable kids... and makes me want them to do good. Just not against us, of course.
Reply2 months
I've always said from day one that I don't hate Alabama as an institution itself. I don't hate the Bama grads, students, staff, people from the state who grew up being Bama fans through thick and thin. And really don't hate the current/former players. What I hate about Bama is the entire sidewalk/bandwagon fan community that follows them. THOSE people are the worst. Because anybody could just wake up one day and decide to be a Bama fan. You could place an order on Amazon and get the Bama fan starter pack complete with shirt, sticker, car magnet, flag, and shaker. But that's not really what being a fan is all about now is it?
2 months
@ Reality Tigger, you do know that all fanbases have Sidewalk fans so for you to be triggered by Bama sidewalk fans makes it seem you are Triggered.
2 months
If by "triggered" you mean it annoys me, then duh. That's why I wrote what I wrote. Maybe you can teach me how to live life not being annoyed by a single thing ever. And no, not all fanbases have sidewalk fans. Not to the extent Bama does. Back in the 90's, it was sidewalk Miami, FSU, and Nebraska fans. But I appreciate your input though chief.
2 months
That was pretty funny
Reply2 months
I liked how he mocked the Bama fans’ country southern accent then caught himself and quit LOL! He seems like a cool guy to be friends with.
Reply2 months
Well like i be like like like i think like that is kind of funny like
Reply2 months
That was like,funny, that like, he said, like that to other people.
Reply2 months
Lol...that was pretty good
Reply2 months
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