Since his retirement in 2010, Terrell Owens has found ways to keep himself busy, like by declaring himself “available” for an NFL return.
On Friday, he decided to take in some college basketball. Owens was at Alabama’s game against Ball State just one day before the Crimson Tide take on Chattanooga, Owens’ alma mater, on the gridiron. The twist, though, is that Owens was not wearing the navy and gold of his Mocs but a Crimson and White Alabama pullover.
Chattanooga alum Terrell Owens is sitting under the goal on the Ball State end of the court. Looks like he's wearing an Alabama pullover. pic.twitter.com/Vstb83eOx2
— Charlie Potter (@Charlie_Potter) November 19, 2016
Owens appeared to make the most of his trip to Alabama, also visiting with defensive backs coach Derrick Ansley.
— Derrick Ansley (@DansleyAnsley) November 19, 2016
The six-time Pro Bowler recorded 1,748 yards in three seasons at Chattanooga before turning pro. In 15 NFL seasons, Owens amassed 15,934 receiving yards and 153 touchdowns, ranking second and third in NFL history, respectively.
Alabama and Chattanooga kick off at 7 p.m. at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday. The game will air on ESPN2.