Why Alabama fans are distancing themselves from Milo’s sweet tea

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Yesterday, the NCAA passed an interim policy supporting student-athletes’ ability to benefit off their name, image and likeness. Today, college players all across the nation are taking advantage of the opportunity.

One quarterback on Auburn’s roster named Bo Nix managed to land a deal with a local company you may, or may not, have heard of.

Milo’s sweet tea is a southern favorite. It’s hard to open up a fridge in the state of Alabama and not see a gallon jug of the stuff. However, Alabama fans are now taking to Twitter to show they are distancing themselves from the brand.

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