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Janie Harris | NCAA.com | October 31, 2016

Fans share college-themed pumpkins for Halloween

  Alabama held a pumpkin carving contest for its fans this Halloween.

Happy Halloween!

In the spirit of the holiday, fans and many colleges and universities took to social media to share their version of the time-honored tradition of carving a pumpkin. But, you won't see your average jack-o-lantern face on these pumpkins. They used this Halloween decoration to show off some team spirit. Some universities, like Alabama and Ohio State, even held pumpkin carving contests to share their fans’ talents.

So as you prepare to take part in your own favorite Halloween traditions, check out some of the best college-themed pumpkins:

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