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Pat White Suggests Alabama Offered Him a Corvette To Sign with Tide

On Monday Alabama running back Derrick Henry posted a picture of his new car. “Everybody meet my new baby, Fiona.”

Immediately everyone in the SEC accused Alabama of buying the car for him. Because, well, it’s the SEC and this is what happens every time a top player who doesn’t have a job posts photos of himself driving a nice car. Which happens, to be fair, a ton. 

Y’all inundated me with this picture, but I wasn’t going to write about it until former West Virginia quarterback Pat White stepped into the mix. Posting on his own Facebook page alongside photos of Henry’s new ride, “Stop pretending like you didn’t know the crimson tide has been doing this for years. Still glad I turned down a Corvette to become a mountaineer.”

Oh. 

Snap. 

There’s just one problem with White’s Bama takedown. According to Rivals he didn’t have an offer from Alabama. Of course, Rivals is not infallible when it comes to recruiting offers, so maybe White did have an offer from the Tide. If so, the current Edmonton Eskimos quarterback made an intriguing decision if he gave up a Corvette and the home state school to go to West Virginia for four years.

Has that decision ever been made before by anyone for any reason?

Regardless, the lesson, as always, for college football players: Don’t post your new cars on Instagram. Sure, you may deserve those cars — even if they violate NCAA rules — given how much you’re making the school, but even if the cars are entirely purchased with your own money no one is going to believe that. Not even former top football recruits from Alabama.   

 

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.