Alabama fans wear ‘Killin’ our way through the SEC’ shirts

Xavier Roger


Two fans at the men’s Southeastern Conference tournament in Nashville wore shirts possibly referencing the murder of Jamea Harris.

Former Alabama player Darius Miles is charged in the shooting death of the 23-year-old woman.

Two men were spotted wearing the shirts inside Bridgestone Arena Saturday during the Crimson Tide’s semifinal matchup against Missouri.

AL.com reported the front of the shirts read “GOATS” with the Alabama “A” logo, and the back of the shirts read “Killin’ our way through the SEC in ‘23.” 

The outlet said when a reporter asked one of the men wearing the shirt was wearing it, he said expletives to the reporter, and did it again when asked about the shirt again. 

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SEC spokesperson Herb Vincent told AL.com that fans wearing the shirt would not be allowed to enter the arena for Alabama’s matchup with Texas A&M in the conference tournament final. If fans put the shirts on inside the arena, they would be asked to leave, Vincent said. 


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