Stewart visits Bama, stays for BCS mixup 

November, 18, 2012
11/18/12
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- ESPN 300 athlete ArDarius Stewart (Fultondale, Ala./Fultondale) visited Alabama on Saturday for the Western Carolina game, but the real excitement came well after the Crimson Tide played. The real excitement came later that night.

“When I came down, I knew they were going to win,” Stewart said. “I’m just glad they bounced back after last week, and things actually fell in place for Alabama with Oregon losing and Kansas State losing.”

Stewart, one of Alabama’s first commitments in 2013, stayed late in Tuscaloosa to watch as Baylor defeated Kansas State and Stanford stunned Oregon in overtime. With the Tide back in the mix for another national championship, the town reacted like it had just beaten a top 10 opponent.
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