11 Alabama Halloween Costume Ideas, From Big Al To Nick Saban
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11 Bama-ween Costumes You Can Roll With If You Love The Tide

Tua spooky 4 me.

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11 Bama-ween Costumes You Can Roll With If You Love The Tide

It is important to rep your favorite team every day of the year whether it be in glitter or a jersey here are some ideas if you are stumped on what to wear this Halloween!

1. Crimsonette.

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Grab a red jumpsuit and a baton and start twirling!

2. Forrest Gump and Jenny Curan.

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If you need a couples costume, Forrest Gump and Jenny Curan are always a classic.

3. Big Al.

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Classic. Just get a grey morph suit and a jersey. Make some ears out of poster board. Boom.

4. Tide. 

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Wrong type of tide? Oh, whoops, my bad. Just add in some crimson, it will be punny.

5. Sorority girl.

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Grab an XXL T-shirt, some Chacos or Birkenstocks, hair up in a scrunchie. Classic.

6. Bear Bryant.

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You simply cannot go wrong with a houndstooth hat.

7. Football player. 

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Jersey, pads, and a helmet. Bada-bing, bada-boom. Tua spooky for me.

8. The Crimson Chin.

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Chintastic! Just add an Alabama "A" to your chin instead.

9. Million Dollar Band member. 

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Not to toot my own horn, but this costume is pretty great.

10. Frat guy.

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New Balance's or Sperry's? Check.

Pastel-colored shorts or pants? Check.

Shirt tucked all in? Check.

Flask? Check.

11. Nick Saban.

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All you need is the hat and that winning smile.

If you are not wearing one of these costumes this Halloween, do you even love the tide?

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