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‘Tide for Troops’ sends Crimson Tide t-shirts to troops overseas

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In honor of next week's BCS game between Alabama and Notre Dame, one north Alabama man is working include Alabama troops serving abroad.

Justin Crisler set up the Facebook group "Tide for Troops" to encourage people to donate a Crimson Tide shirt to all the Alabama soldiers overseas.

He's also put in hundreds of dollars on his own to make sure they're shipped before the big game.

Sports Leader 9's Dave Platta and a crew will be down in Miami for complete, live coverage through game day.

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