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Ohio State Signee Pokes Fun At Alabama Coach For His Choice Of Attire

Alabama may have gotten knocked out in the semi-final of the first College Football Playoff, but the Crimson Tide coaches are not afraid to promote their inclusion into the field, even when recruiting players in Ohio. According to 247Sports, Alabama assistant Mel Tucker is up at St. Edward's High School in Lakewood to recruit current Pitt cornerback commit Tony Butler. One of Butler's teammates, Alex Stump, is an Ohio State wide receiver signee, and thinks his College Football Playoff jacket is pretty hilarious.

">@TonyKnows2) & others RT @ShowTime_Stump: Bama coach at school wearing a College Playoff jacket 

— Jeremy Birmingham (@Birm)

Crimson Tide visiting 2016 DB Tony Butler (@TonyKnows2) & others RT @ShowTime_Stump: Bama coach at school wearing a College Playoff jacket ?

— Jeremy Birmingham (@Birm) April 29, 2015

">April 29, 2015

Getting visits from Alabama is always impressive...just a bit less so in the state of Ohio in 2015.