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Those sneaky Tennessee fans and their flags, I tell ya...
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Alabama and Tennessee square off this Saturday

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Placebeaux92 months
That's one way to get your dog shot or poisoned.
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TemperdTiger92 months
Oh no, where's Updyke, what's he going to do?
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Tidemeister92 months
I approve of this, and I'm a Bama fan, lol.
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Cobb Dawg93 months
I think the person who made the statue disrespected him with the size of that noggin.
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Placebeaux92 months
Maybe they thought it was a Peyton Manning statue.
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tigersownall93 months
That statue looks fricking stupid. Miles will be so much better.
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TampaTiger2293 months
I agree with the first part. Not so much the second
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Nix to Twillie92 months
No way a fired coach that won a whopping ONE national championship gets a statue. At most, they'll name the parking lot after him.
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gumbeaux93 months
That is how the trees at Tooner's Corner got poisoned.
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theBru93 months
Sabsn would look good in any color, but green is his favorite...
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TampaTiger2293 months
Huh, he would look good in any color? He would be a leprechaun in green
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theBru92 months
Green as in money...
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InVolNerable92 months
No shite.
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airfernando93 months
That's a pretty terrible statue. And no normal person or people would put a statue up of an active coach, unless he was maybe 75 years old or something and had been there for decades. Saban is as good as any college coach in any sport ever, but it's just extremely tacky.
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bamasgot1392 months
Bama has a statue up for every coach in program history who has won a national title. It isn't something special that was done for Saban. The other statues were up before Saban got to Bama.
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BobABooey93 months
Why is that disrespectful? Saban, and most other coaches, would work for whatever school wants to pay them. Nick Saban doesn't have any special love for Alabama just like he didn't have love for MSU, LSU, or Miami. Hollywood waved a few dollars under his nose and he played the role of LSU coach. He's not from Alabama or the South - get real.
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kjanchild93 months
First time I have seen the statue. It's not very flattering!
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Giantkiller93 months
Updyke was just seen riding his lawn mower towards Neyland. Y'all are fricked now.
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Caplewood93 months
"I Hate Tennessee" by Irvin Carney Man, I hate Tennessee Because, first of all, it's Tennessee I just hate 'em because they low down, they dirty, they some snitches And I hate Phillip Fulmer I hate they colors I'm not a dog person I just hate Tennessee I hate Neyland Stadium It looks like a garbage truck working convention And I hate all they quarterbacks I just...I hate Tennesee, man I hate Tennessee more than I hate Auburn I just dislike Auburn See, Tennessee's colors is that throw-up orange It's not that orange that you can sit with It's that puke inside of a pumpkin orange And I don't like pumpkins So, I really don't like Tennessee I can't stress that enough, man They losers They sore losers Because they're not Alabama I hate Tennessee, man #TennesseeHateWeek #poetry
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Giggetygigetty93 months
So, how do you Really feel?
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LSU Wayne93 months
I wonder what the results of a bodily fluid test on that thing would show.
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theunknownknight93 months
Looks like Andy Griffeth
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Rouge93 months
Here comes an idiot bama fan to have their revenge. Likely to set the river on fire.
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John Gotti93 months
Their rock is going to get jack hammered
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PhilipMarlowe93 months
theres something about the proportions of that statue that make him look like a midget.
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jacquespene893 months
It was probably Lane Kiffin
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wallowinit93 months
He's got an over-sized noggin.
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