Alabama football: Steak for spring game winners, beans for losers, championship rings for everybody

James Fletcher
The Tuscaloosa News
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An Alabama football spring tradition continued Monday as members of the 2020 team were presented with championship rings during the annual steak-and-beans dinner following the previous weekend's A-Day Game.

The rings commemorating UA's 2020-21 season SEC and national championships feature 208 stones that surround the signature script letter A and three trophies on the top. The sides feature the player's name and the score of the national title game, in which Alabama defeated Ohio State 52-24 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.

Offensive lineman Chris Owens and other current and former players showed off their rings on social media.

After the ring presentation, the team split into two groups for dinner, based on the outcome of the spring game.

The White team, which won the A-Day Game 13-10 led by MVP Bryce Young, was rewarded with a steak dinner, complete with fine silverware and tablecloths.

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The Crimson team was forced to look on from across the room while eating beans and franks off paper plates.

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