Alabama Fans Propose at Spring Game

TUSCALOOSA, AL – APRIL 19: Blake Sims #6 of the Crimson team drops back to pass against the White team during the University of Alabama A-Day spring game at Bryant-Denny Stadium on April 19, 2014 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) Stacy Revere Getty Images North America

There are few things more romantic than proposing to your future wife at Alabama’s spring game.

At least that’s what the 85% of Alabama fans think.  

It’s become an annual tradition, Alabama hosts a free spring football game and 85%’ers fall all over themselves to remember this moment forever, via a spring game proposal. Today we already have at least two such proposals. The first arrives via @mcbradtrey, who snapped this heartwarming photo of a bald man dropping down to one knee on the Bryant-Denny field and proposing to his wife as a crowd of idle onlookers looked on thinking, “Roll Tide!” and “I wish Nick Saban was here shirtless!”

Proving that women want to get married so badly they can make anything seem romantic, the woman here seems to be inclined to say yes. 

Which is unfortunate. 

Because I think if you get proposed to at a spring game every woman should say no out of principle. 

Not to be outdone, another Bama fan proposed at the Bear Bryant statue today. This comes to Outkick via @jdpatt22:

Which means the guy who proposed on the field at the Alabama spring game actually picked the classier way to propose. 

Oh, Bama fans. 

You never cease to amaze us all. 

What in the world do yiou say when you drop to one knee at the Bear Bryant statue? “Just like the Bear baby, I’ll never quit on you.” *

*Unless I pass out from drinking too much. 

Congrats to the lucky ladies. 

Maybe next year, if you’re really lucky, your fiances will bring you back to the spring game andactually get married to you while wearing a Kenny Stabler jersey, a houdstooth hat, and jorts. Like this guy did last year.

Update; we have a third proposal via @stonejay on Twitter.

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.