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Parade set in honor of Alabama's 15th national championship win

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TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -

Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced today a parade will be held on Saturday, Jan. 19 in honor of the Crimson Tide's 15th national championship win.

The parade will begin at the corner of University Boulevard and Second Avenue and end at the Walk of Champions. A ceremony will be held on the top steps of the north endzone.

Nick Saban, players and staff from the 2012 team, athletic director Mal Moore and other special guests will participate in the parade.

The university is expected to release more details about the parade next week.

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