Alabama playbook stolen before National Championship Game - FOX10 News

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Despite the playbook being lifted, Alabama still won the National Championship Monday night with a 26-23 win in overtime.

Remember when then-Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan had his playbook stolen before last year's Super Bowl?

The backpack of Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar was allegedly taken out of a meeting room for the team at the team hotel in Atlanta on Saturday. He was wrong, as the backpack was stolen with his phone, laptop, cash, passport and, perhaps most frighteningly, his team's gameday playbook.

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Karl Dunbar previously coached the Jets defensive line from 2012-2014 under coach Rex Ryan.

According to a police report, some of the items were found in a restroom on the third floor of the hotel, but the playbook is still missing. I say even odds.

A photo of the alleged suspect has been released. That means that leading up to the national title game, Alabama had to worry that someone on the other sideline had access to the Crimson Tide's playbook.

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