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Saban will pitch the same thing he did for Jessie Williams' family. Alabama will be internationally televised nearly every single game with CBS and the flagship ESPN1 channel. Clemson won't be. Ole Miss won't have nearly the pull being on ESPNU and regional SEC networks.
Ole Miss games are at 11am and BAMA games are at 7pm. She can go to both games.
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This isn't exactly true, at least not to the extent you think. You do not have access to domestic US ESPN, ESPN 2, or ESPNU in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, or the Middle East. ESPN International carries very few college football games. For example, the only game that ESPN Middle East is carrying this weekend is Kansas State-Okla. State, and it isn't live...it's about a day late. That's right...you can't even get Alabama-LSU this weekend. Second, you can't get CBS games at all overseas. The only exception is Armed Forces Television, which does pick up the best of US college football games from all the networks every week. But even Armed Forces will only have a few Bama games every year. And you can only pick up AFRTS if you are US military or State Department. So Mrs. Nkemdiche would almost never be able to see Alabama play on TV while in Nigeria...but she would likely never see Ole Miss.
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How smart do you have to be to realize that UA offers good academics and good football?
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