The Mystery Of The Missing Crystal Ball
Jackson P and Cameron G
Some one has stolen the National championship Trophy. The victim is Nick Saban. The National Championship crystal ball was stolen on November 2, 2012. It was stolen at about 9:30 at the Mall Moore Building. Nick Saban said when he got back the next day the case was opened but there wasn't any fingerprints.
The Puzzling Question
The puzzling question is who stole the national championship crystal ball?
Meet the Detectives
Cameron: I was at the men's soccer game and I heard somebody on the soccer team said somebody stole the National Championship Crystal ball from the Mall Moore building. So I went running as fast as a cheetah to the scene of the crime. That's where I met Jackson.
Jackson: I was at the Alabama basketball game and I heard somebody say somebody broke into the Mall Moore building and stole the National Championship Crystal Ball. So I went to the scene of the crime. That's where I met Cameron.
Together we teamed up to solve the crime.
Description: Old Auburn coach, Won only one National Championship, Age 51
Motive: He would steal it because he has only won one of the crystal balls.
Alibi: He says he was at home making a turkey sandwich and watching the Alabama/Tennessee game.
Description: LSU head coach, One National Championship win, age 60
Motive: He would steal it because he has only won one National Championship and because he wants to win another one.
Alibi: He says he was at the beach with his family.
Description: Mississippi State football head coach, has two children, age 41
Motive: He would steal it because he was jealous that Alabama is always winning the National Championship Crystal Ball.
Alibi: I was at Zaxbys on 4th Street in Cullman Alabama.
Description: Texas A&M football head coach, 4 children, age 49
Motive: He would steal it because his QB is not good enough to win a National Championship.
Alibi: I was at the Texas A&M basketball game.