Alabama Crimson Tide Necktie Oxford Woven
Alabama Crimson Tide
| University of Alabama Crimson Tide|
Show your team spirit with this Alabama Crimson Tide silk neck tie. They're made from the finest materials.
100% SILK WOVEN, Officially licensed college logo neckties. These 100% silk collegiate men's ties are the perfect gift for students, alumni, dads and fans.
US SRP: 45.00
Buy 10 or more and save even more! We will adjust the price to 25.95 each when we process your order. Any quantity 10 or more. Mix and Match any 45.00 Sports NeckTie.
How the Crimson Tide Got its Name
1900 Offensive formation, In early newspaper accounts of Alabama football, the team was simply listed as the "varsity" or the "Crimson White" after the school colors.
The first nickname to become popular and used by headline writers was the "Thin Red Line." The nickname was used until 1906.
The name "Crimson Tide" is supposed to have first been used by Hugh Roberts, former sports editor of the Birmingham Age-Herald. He used "Crimson Tide" in describing an Alabama-Auburn game played in Birmingham in 1907, the last football contest between the two schools until 1948 when the series was resumed. The game was played in a sea of mud and Auburn was a heavy favorite to win.
But, evidently, the "Thin Red Line" played a great game in the red mud and held Auburn to a 6-6 tie, thus gaining the name "Crimson Tide." Zipp Newman, former sports editor of the Birmingham News, probably popularized the name more than any other writer.
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