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bamameister
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Member since May 2016
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re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
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There it is . That weird combination of random low IQ and attack dog anger that Bama fans have so perfected. It’s like they create you mono- syllabic ragers in a lab with three parts Joe Biden and two parts abused pit bull. Why ya gotta be so idiotic and angry, baw ? Enjoy your life.


Or you could just stop saying stupid cajun stuff. Then who would bother?


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RockyStop
Alabama Fan
Chainsaw City
Member since Jun 2008
4254 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
So an LSU fan really wants to attack the "home field advantage" in this rivalry, huh?


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BLG
Alabama Fan
Alabama
Member since Mar 2018
3325 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
This is a cut and paste of another post because it's the same question from Sidewalk Fan, who has never wanted to discuss sports but is a common, run of the mill troll.
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Alabama has a winning record vs LSU in Tuscaloosa,
Birmingham, Baton Rouge & every other city they have played, including Mobile, Montgomery, and the 21-0 thrashing for yet another national title in New Orleans January 9, 2012.

Alabama played most of its games in Birmingham up to the late 1980s, and the stadium in Tuscaloosa was named Denny Stadium till 1975, when it was changed to Bryant Denny Stadium.

Moral of the story is that relatively few games were traditionally played in what is now referred to as Bryant Denny Stadium.

Silly LSU fans like sidewalk fan like to spin shite around to make it appear they have been successful vs Alabama. The fact is the series record is 54–26–5. Alabama has won 9 of the last 10 games, including the 55-17 domination last year. More of the same upcoming.


SidewalkTiger
Southern Miss Fan
An undisclosed location
Member since Dec 2019
28167 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
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This is a cut and paste of another post because it's the same question from Sidewalk Fan, who has never wanted to discuss sports but is a common, run of the mill troll.
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Alabama has a winning record vs LSU in Tuscaloosa,
Birmingham, Baton Rouge & every other city they have played, including Mobile, Montgomery, and the 21-0 thrashing for yet another national title in New Orleans January 9, 2012.

Alabama played most of its games in Birmingham up to the late 1980s, and the stadium in Tuscaloosa was named Denny Stadium till 1975, when it was changed to Bryant Denny Stadium.

Moral of the story is that relatively few games were traditionally played in what is now referred to as Bryant Denny Stadium.

Silly LSU fans like sidewalk fan like to spin shite around to make it appear they have been successful vs Alabama. The fact is the series record is 54–26–5. Alabama has won 9 of the last 10 games, including the 55-17 domination last year. More of the same upcoming.


Ball Licking Granny with several paragraphs of sad deflections.

As predicted in the OP and then proven by the low IQ Alabama fanbase.




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CapstoneGrad06
Alabama Fan
Little Rock
Member since Nov 2008
67053 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
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Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?


They don’t. Which was pointed out the last time you started this thread.


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Fishhead
LSU Fan
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Member since Jan 2008
11502 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
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We beat ourselves 9 times

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Stone house
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re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
You have to feel sorry for LSU fans.


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RT58
Alabama Fan
Alabama
Member since Oct 2007
2419 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
Don't let that distract you from the fact that Bama is 54-26-5 all time against The corndogs. That qualifies as
OWNING your team lol.
This post was edited on 9/15 at 9:03 am


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PeleofAnalytics
Member since Jun 2021
69 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
If we are playing with semantics to make yourself feel validated (Since Alabama is 13-11 vs LSU in Tuscaloosa), Alabama is 8-9 vs LSU in Bryant Denny because it was Denny Stadium through 1975. So enjoy your winning record in BDS for the next two months.

Now what is truly sad is Alabama is 30-9-3 vs LSU in the state of louisiana.


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PeleofAnalytics
Member since Jun 2021
69 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
It is BDS from 1976 to date
Denny Stadium 1929-1975
Denny Field 1921-1928
University Field 1915-1920
Probably some rec field before that

For those interested in semantics


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cyde
Alabama Fan
He gone
Member since Nov 2005
29795 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
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Let's see... if I move the goalposts back three feet... and I tilt the lefthand upright 25° inward... and I lengthen the righthand upright by two feet and tilt it 37° forward...

I'll finally win.
This post was edited on 9/15 at 10:29 am


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higgs_boson
Auburn Fan
State College, PA
Member since Sep 2014
18745 posts

re: Why does LSU have a winning record over Alabama at Bryant Denny?
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Isn't it 9-9? Stadium was opened in 1929.


If true, I feel pretty confident about who takes the lead...


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