PHOTO: Misprinted football at Walmart can't decide between Arkansas and Alabama
A football at Walmart features the Arkansas Razorbacks logo and "Crimson Tide" on the side.
Having trouble keeping up with what team is in what conference due to realignment? In some cases, teams and logos can get confusing even within your own division. In the latest edition of "SEC Fun From Walmart," we see a misprinted football that features the Arkansas Razorbacks' logo and "Crimson Tide" written on the side of the football.
Honestly, I am not sure if the football was meant to be for Arkansas fans or Alabama fans. Either way, the manufacturer screwed up because no Walmart shopper is going to be looking for a "house-divided" football with these schools. In another season, this might lead to more public outcry from fans. But the Razorbacks' misfortune in the offseason and general lack of competitiveness in the SEC West this year probably keeps either group of fans from flashing their fangs.
Of course that all changes when Arkansas lands Jon Gruden as their next head coach and pays him a bajillion dollars to beat Alabama and win the SEC West. That is what I've been reading on message boards recently, so I'm guessing it is true.
Found a mis-print football on the shelf at wal-mart. Guess ill buy it. twitter.com/anotherhogfan/…— Jesse London (@anotherhogfan) November 20, 2012
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