Alabama Football: Will Katherine Webb distract A.J. McCarron?

Katherine Webb in black lingerie

Katherine Webb in black lingerie photograph from Vanity Fair.

In the best Auburn plan to destroy Alabama football since Gene Jelks (it is obviously better than the inept scheme to get an Auburn fan to give Julio Jones and Mark Ingram a boat ride), the Tigers have unleashed a Honey Trap on A.J. McCarron.

The Alabama quarterback is the key to Alabama’s offense, and Auburn has found a way to disrupt the juggernaut in Tuscaloosa. After all, it is their only hope. Only the most delusional Auburn fan believes Gus Malfunction Malzahn stands a chance. So, the double-naught spies in Auburn unleashed the ultimate weapon.

Katherine Webb wearing Alabama football jersey and bikini from Sports Illustrated

Katherine Webb puts most Bond Girls to shame. The former Miss Alabama modeled a swimsuit for Sports Illustrated and now models for Vaniety Fair—wearing sexy black lingerie. You can view more of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit photographs here.

Doubt Webb is a distraction? Look at the picture of her in the lingerie. Or the Katherine Webb in the white bikini. Or Webb wearing the red bikini.

I’m not thinking about football.

And neither is A.J. McCarron.

If you want to know more about Webb, check out the Vanity Fair article. In it, Webb explains what people say about her and the Alabama quarterback: “People call us the Romeo and Juliet of Alabama.”

As Shakespeare or Brent Musburger might say: “Did my heart love till now? forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.”

Or something like that.

But, the really important thing here is football. Can this type of hottie be anything but a distraction for the Alabama quarterback?

Again, look at Katherine Webb’s photograph in nothing but black underwear and judge for yourself.

In other A.J. McCarron news, the Alabama quarterback played through the final six games with injured ribs. According to USA Today, McCarron said the injury limited his ability to practice during the week before the LSU game and was a problem up till the bowl game. According to the report, “McCarron said the five weeks between the SEC championship game and the BCS title game allowed him to heal. And he played much better against Notre Dame, throwing for four touchdowns in a blowout victory.”

In all seriousness, that shows how tough mentally and physically McCarron is.