by Larry LeoJuly 31, 2020
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
Harvey Updyke, the man who poisoned the trees at Toomer’s Corner, passed away on Thursday. He famously admitted to that on Paul Finebaum's show. Here's what Paul had to say about the former Alabama fan's passing...
quote:(Saturday Down South/The Spun)
“Well, naturally, I mean, you’re sad but I mean this was someone, the likes of which I’ve never encountered,” Finebaum said on the show. “Harvey Updyke’s dog was named Nick Saban. His oldest son was named Bear, his second daughter was named Crimson Tide – Tyde. He wanted to name his third child, Allie, Ally Bama, but his wife finally said that was enough. He was consumed with Alabama.”
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