The Alabama Crimson Tide has had a long legacy of winning in NCAA Football. They have laid claim to 14 national championships dating back to 1925 and most recently, in 2009 and 2011. On top of their national titles, the Tide have also claimed 26 conference championships since 1924. Alabama championship rings and their replicas are sometimes hard to find.
The Tide posted a 12-0 regular season record in 2009. They competed against four ranked teams during the season including an opening day victory over #7 Virginia Tech. They claimed the SEC title at the Georgia Dome over #1 ranked Florida by a score of 32-13. They then went on to face the Texas Longhorns at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena for the BCS National Championship Game. The Tide was victorious by a score of 37-21 and Heisman winning running back Mark Ingraham rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns.
Alabama brought home their last Crimson Tide championship ring in 2011 after posting a regular season record of 11-1-0. The Tide suffered only one loss that season at the hands of the LSU Tigers by a score of 9-6 in overtime, which cost them their shot at the SEC title. They ended up with a number 2 ranking on the BCS poll and entered them into the BCS National Championship Game against #1 ranked LSU Tigers. Their bitter rematch with the Tigers ended in victory, with the Tide winning 21-0.
Alabama championship rings are often found in replica form on eBay and are quite similar to the real deal, albeit without the glitz of real jewels. They include AAA rated CZ’s and the stones are prong set. They weigh about 40 grams and are available in sizes 11-12.
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