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  • The group says the attack was prompted by what it called Alabama's "racist legislation" targeting illegal immigrants.

    The Seattle Times

  • The group says the attack was prompted by what it called Alabama's "racist legislation" targeting illegal immigrants."

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • "What began 85 years ago in Pasadena has been finished today," the SEC said in a statement, referring to Alabama's 1926 Rose Bowl victory over Washington, which established Southern schools as a threat.

    College Football Surrenders to the SEC

  • LSU TE Deangelo Peterson calls Alabama's linebackers big and slow, which might not sit well with the Tide.

    SI.com

  • But when an Alabaman gets angry at LSU tight end DeAngelo Peterson for calling Alabama's linebackers "kind of slow and big," it takes his mind off the heavier stuff for a few minutes.

    CNN.com

  • Referring to Alabama's recently enacted immigration law, Holder told the audience gathered at Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church on Sunday that he "was not going to let that happen."

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • But when an Alabaman gets angry at LSU tight end DeAngelo Peterson for calling Alabama's linebackers "kind of slow and big," it takes his mind off the heavier stuff for a few minutes.

    SI.com

  • LSU TE Deangelo Peterson calls Alabama's linebackers big and slow, which might not sit well with the Tide.

    SI.com

  • LSU TE Deangelo Peterson calls Alabama's linebackers big and slow, which might not sit well with the Tide.

    CNN.com

  • An Alabama law to tackle illegal immigration is coming under fire from some business leaders in the state, who say the measure is undermining Alabama's economy even before it takes effect.

    Alabama Immigrant Law Irks Business

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