Though most periodicals are known for their readability and visual aesthetics, football magazines are additionally known for the buckets of Gatorade that pour from the pages when held above your head. Enjoy a refreshing rain with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a seven-issue gold membership to Touchdown Alabama Magazine (a $49.95 value). This Groupon can be used to extend an existing subscription.
Touchdown Alabama Magazine is the only magazine completely dedicated to Alabama football. The subscription includes a full-color hard-copy issue for each of the seven home games. The gold membership also includes full access to TouchdownAlabama.net/ for interviews, videos, and archives, providing readers the most up-to-date, relevant, and exciting coverage of University of Alabama football.
The Crimson Tide's Capital One Bowl victory gave the team a third-straight 10-win season and sent senior quarterback Greg McElroy and former Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram out on a high note. Backed by a core of talented young players and mastermind coach Nick Saban, the 2009 national champions give this magazine plenty of relevant and revealing material to publish, such as what the team's offense eats to give them the edge over SEC defenses (hint: it's a bucket of dust).
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Because the thunderous footfalls of the Crimson Tide can be hard to hear during away games, Touchdown Alabama Magazine heralds the approach of every kickoff with in-depth articles, interviews, and recruit analyses. Issues arrive by mail and email just before each game, giving fans the inside scoop on team news, stats, and rumors about which players were scandalously caught skipping practice to go to class. In addition to full-color layouts with action shots from the field and introspective articles on the season ahead, subscribers gain access to exclusive online content, such as play-by-play tidbits during team boardroom meetings and lunchroom trades.