Alabama football student-athletes and coaches received their national championship rings Monday evening following the team’s annual Steak and Beans Dinner at the Mal Moore Athletics Facility.

As the winner of the annual A-Day game on Saturday, the Crimson team players and coaches were treated to a steak dinner while the White team dined on beans and franks prior to receiving their championship rings.

The Crimson Tide’s 26-23 overtime win against Georgia in January secured the 17th national championship in school history and the fifth in nine years under head coach Nick Saban.

Photos courtesy of the University of Alabama.

Outside linebackers Jamey Mosley and Christian Miller display championship rings won during their careers at the Mal Moore Athletic Facility.
Photo by Kent Gidley

Wide receiver DeVonta Smith and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa display their championship rings on Monday evening.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and teammates pick up their national championship rings on Monday night. Photo by Kent Gidley
Defensive end Isaiah Buggs displays his championship ring at Alabama’s steak and beans dinner on Monday night.
Photo by Kent Gidley
Alabama’s national championship rings await players to pick them up on Monday night. Photo by Kent Gidley.