Alabama’s Reamer and Huber Trade Old Dreams for New Dreams

Posted by Larry Burton on November-23-2009 Add Comments

Two young men, each with a dream that didn't come true. Neither boy ever expected to play in crimson uniforms, and only one ever expected to play in an Iron Bowl.

One wanted to don the orange of the Tennessee Volunteers and run the the "T" in Neyland Stadium; the other, to sing the "War Eagle" fight song after an Iron Bowl win.

However, fate and luck won out, and those childhood dreams are now long forgotten.
Instead, the boys ended up as friends, roommates, and teammates in crimson, together helping rebuild Alabama's football program into a championship contender.

Corey Reamer comes from a family of Auburn Tigers, and his parents were less than thrilled when Auburn didn't seem as excited to have him as Mike Shu...

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