New Stadium Music Energizes Crimson Tide

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Tuscaloosa, Ala. - ( Reaching in to knock the first-quarter pass from Mississippi State's Fred Ross, Alabama cornerback Cyrus Jones made a quick gesture to the Alabama bench.

Wagging both index fingers while shaking his head, the lyrics started to echo through Bryant-Denny Stadium. The music was cued up, ready in case the Crimson Tide secondary made such a play.

"No Flex Zone," the unofficial rap anthem of the Alabama defensive backs by Rae Sremmurd was just part of the concerted effort to pump extra life into Alabama home games.

"We kind of remixed it, call it 'No Fly Zone,'" safety Nick Perry said. "So in our head, every time they play that, No Fly Zone, it's like this song is definitely for us."

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1 Comment

  • Michael

    I enjoyed the constant playing of C-Murder’s [Song title I can’t print here].

    I know this is politically incorrect to say but I really don’t like marching bands at football games. Just a distraction that adds very little, if anything, to a football game.

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