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Dawgirl
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re: Saturdays in the South
Freshman in 1929 and 8 years in college? Hmmmmm.....something's not ringing true here. You guys love messing with me.
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JakeScott
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I'd love to own a ticket stub from the game, that's like the uga fan holy grail IMO.

My sentiments exactly sir. After two failed auctions I finally secured mine 11 years ago. I took it to Butts to compare it to the one they have on display. Mine is in a little better condition but has a piece of goldleaf missing ,about the size of a nickel, similar to the one in Broncothor's link. But here's the kicker, mine is unbroken, it has the year , gate and time of game on the left tear- off portion.. The administrator I talked to at Butts was pretty blown away and asked me if I'd like to donate it to be displayed.I politely declined. It's one of my most prized possessions.
Go Dawgs
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Dick Leverage
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re: Saturdays in the South
I have bought dozens of programs from the 40s and 50s but never sprung for the Yale ticket. Some of my favorites are from UGA/USC(West) when we played out there and the 67 program from when we played in Ann Arbor against Michigan.


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Dawgvet
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re: Saturdays in the South
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Killed and BBQ'd after the second game


So that’s where the term 2 and BBQ originated from!


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SquatchDawg
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re: Saturdays in the South
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Freshman in 1929 and 8 years in college? Hmmmmm.....something's not ringing true here. You guys love messing with m


No really....Dallas is 110 yrs old and still grows a garden every year AND cruises the world.


Dawgirl
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re: Saturdays in the South
Uh huh. Sure he is.


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dcbl
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Only $1200 for ticket stub and program!


Only $1,199?

I just did the same search and saw that as well

Nothing on eBay


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UnderDog68
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re: Saturdays in the South
Watched episode 2 the other night. Covered a lot of UGA history. Frank Sinkwich being the first Heisman winner from the SEC, Charlie Trippi, the 1943 Rose Bowl game, and the 1959 SEC Championship team.

Good stuff.


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Cheese Grits
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I was a freshman in 1829


Sounds about right


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Cheese Grits
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Has anyone been watching this series on SECN?


It seems to come on at 9pm, past my bedtime most nights

Can't seem to find the replay time when I am awake


bunkerhill
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re: Saturdays in the South
I have watched episode 1 and episode 2 the other night. If you are a fan of Southern, SEC football this is must see TV. I am old enough to remember some of those things they talked about in episode 2.

Younger fans might not know what a power Ole Miss was when John Vaught was coaching there. They have not talked about Florida, yet. Florida became a power when Spurrier showed up and that was as recent as 1990.

A great series. I believe they said there were eight episodes in the series.


UnderDog68
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Younger fans might not know what a power Ole Miss was when John Vaught was coaching there. They have not talked about Florida, yet. Florida became a power when Spurrier showed up and that was as recent as 1990.


The next episode will probably cover Spurrier's playing days, but, well...again, UF didn't really do anything until the 90s. That will be covered in episode 6.


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Dawgirl
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So far its been pretty good. But I thought the first episode was better than the second.


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Dawgirl
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They replay the episodes throughout the week so you should be able to catch it (or DVR it).


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