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History is Destined to Repeat Itself



In 410 AD, germanic tribes united against Rome began to challenge the dominance of the Roman Empire. Northern Visigoth "barbarians" swept south into southern Roman lands, intent on destruction and plunder.

On August 24, 410 AD, the Visigoth invaders sacked Rome, ending a long age of total Roman dominance.

On September 8, 2012, nearly 1602 years after the sack of Rome, northern invaders will once again sweep south on a brutal campaign to sack the traditional powers of the SEC...starting first and foremost with representatives from Athens when they visit the frontier town of Columbia.

Pray. Heed George Santayana's famous words.



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DMagic
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Don't take this the wrong way


I want you to be physically injured






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genuineLSUtiger
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You may sack Fayetteville but that is as far as you will get. You won't ever make it out of Baton Rouge alive.





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mwlewis
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Please stop.





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Hook Em Horns
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fricking christ..give me a break..some of you missou boys need to lay off the crystal meth..you have been up to long and are delusional..





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quote:

northern invaders will once again sweep south on a brutal campaign to sack the traditional powers of the SEC...starting first and foremost with Athens.

Don't plan on going full Sherman because there's no way in Hell you'll be sacking Atlanta






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WG_Dawg
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starting first and foremost with Athens.


Looks like yall might have to put the plundering on hold for a few years then, seeing as this year's game is in Columbia.






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BennyAndTheInkJets
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The difference then was Rome was the immoral weakling of a state that couldn't control their own army or territories that well while the Visigoths were fairly united and tough.

Mizzou = pussy state in this regard.






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geauxtigahs87
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Yeah, but where did the germanic tribes rank in recruiting?





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History is Destined to Repeat Itself
In 410 AD, germanic tribes united against Rome began to challenge the dominance of the Roman Empire. Northern Visigoth "barbarians" swept south into southern Roman lands, intent on destruction and plunder.

On August 24, 410 AD, the Visigoth invaders sacked Rome, ending a long age of total Roman dominance.

On September 8, 2012, nearly 1602 years after the sack of Rome, northern invaders will once again sweep south on a brutal campaign to sack the traditional powers of the SEC...starting first and foremost with Athens.



Love your spirit. So you plan to attack our northern outpost in Columbia, MO? Should be a great game. Looking forward to it. I'm pretty concerned about the game due to 2 of starting DB's being out on suspensions which is typically how we start the season. Hopefully ESPN will carry the game in the mid-afternoon time slot. I'm thinking Florida/A&M will be in the prime time slot.



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DMagic
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Right behind Hannibal and his army


Rivals has them one two in the rankings






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mizzoukills
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Yeah, but where did the germanic tribes rank in recruiting?


probably dead last






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RebelExpress38
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Dude, I heard the Germanic tribes have some private commits that would make Marcus Aurelius switch conferences.





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DMagic
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It's Robert Nkemdiche


He's slow playing Bama






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On September 8, 2012, nearly 1602 years after the sack of Rome, northern invaders will once again sweep south on a brutal campaign to sack the traditional powers of the SEC...starting first and foremost with Athens.


FAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!

Games is in Columbia.






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