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SBD/August 29, 2013/College Football Preview
High Tide: Alabama AD Bill Battle Reveling In New Challenge In Tuscaloosa
Published August 29, 2013
GETTING BORED WITH TITLES? ESPN's Israel Gutierrez said of a report that 30% of UA student tickets went unused last year, "I'm disappointed in the Alabama fan base. ... What are you doing in Tuscaloosa that's more important than going to the Alabama games?" But Dallas Morning News columnist Tim Cowlishaw said, "I don't buy this 30 percent of the tickets went unused. Those stands are full, those people love Alabama" ("Around The Horn," ESPN, 8/27).