Not Everyone Watches Alabama Football

Not Everyone Watches Alabama Football

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There's a good crowd at Bel Air Mall Saturday afternoon. It seems not everyone is watching one of the biggest college football games of the season.

"I might, I'm not really a big football fan," said Nishera Ware.

While most people down south are keeping a close watch on the game, others are waiting for their team to hit the field later tonight.

"Auburn, Mississippi State game. I'm a die-hard Auburn fan," said Elizabeth Mueller.

"Probably watch the LSU game. Roll Tide? I'm not with that," said Brian Davis.

"I'll probably watch the game because it'll be on the television, but quite honestly if something happens that draws my attention away from it it wouldn't take much. A new Facebook post that would call me to look away from the television set I wouldn't have any problem looking away from it. I'll be getting stuff together for the real game later on this evening," said John Purvis.

Some say they're not even thinking about football today.

"They wanted to come to the mall so we decided to come here," said Russell Rounsavall.

"We're just going to the beach, Dauphin Island, and just hanging out with some friends," said Steve Barlow.

"I'm going out tonight having fun with friends," said Devonte Miller.

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