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re: Bluest of The Blue Blood Coaches

Posted by Smokey Okie on 7/15/24 at 5:06 am
[quote]You left out Phil Fulmer for some reason[/quote] He's a fat bastard....

re: Bluest of The Blue Blood Coaches

Posted by Smokey Okie on 7/15/24 at 5:04 am
[quote]Curly Hallman born in Alabama and. Coached the Birmingham Thunderbolts and at Muscle Shoals H.S.[/quote] Curly and JaMarcus don't quite live up to the blue blood title, although JaMarcus does has purple drank blood....

Bluest of The Blue Blood Coaches

Posted by Smokey Okie on 7/15/24 at 3:24 am
The Bluest of The Bluebloods / Who Are They? 1. Nicholas Lou Saban Jr. - Head Coach of Alabama 2. Paul William Bryant - Head Coach of Alabama 3. Knute Kenneth Rockne - Coached Alabama's head coach Frank Thomas 4.William Wallace Wade - Coached at Alabama 5.Frank William Thomas - Coach...
[quote]You mean like playing #11 Texas then the next week playing #2 Kansas State then the next week playing #1 Nebraska then two weeks later playing #23 Texas A&M then the next week playing Mike Leech Texas Tech Team then the next week playing OSU Team then the next week playing #8 Kansas St...
[quote]I guess anything before 2010 never happened?[/quote] It's just that teams like Arkie, LSU, and Missouri can beat you on any given day and there just have never been teams like that in the Big 12. I'm not trying to insult either fanbase; football is just more important in the South....
They've never faced competition week in and week out like they will see now. Their fans don't really like football like fans of SEC teams do. Many of them on this very site have said that they will never chant SEC-SEC-SEC because football is just a sideline diversion for them and means very little ...

re: Current Blue Bloods in the SEC

Posted by Smokey Okie on 7/14/24 at 8:32 pm
[quote]I doubt most uga fans consider themselves a blue blood.[/quote] And they shouldn't. The Kentucky Wildcats have the purest claim to being bluebloods. First of all, they are from the bluegrass state and their grass is actually blue. Secondly, Kentucky is the birthplace of bluegrass musi...

re: Current Blue Bloods in the SEC

Posted by Smokey Okie on 7/13/24 at 12:01 am
The only real blue bloods in the United States were the Fugates of Kentucky. [link=(https://www.thecollector.com/blue-fugates-kentucky/)]Smurfs[/link] [img]https://cdn.thecollector.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/blue-people-of-kentucky-portrait.jpg?width=1080&quality=70[/img] [quote]The Blu...
[quote]Wow, crazy quote. This would drive me nuts if I was an LSU fan. What could have been![/quote] 98.3 percent of LSU fans believe Saban left LSU and was directly hired by Alabama. That is why they suddenly started disliking Alabama overnight. Before this, their fans and players and mascot...
while in the SEC. From 1933-1963, while GT was an SEC member team, they absolutely dominated. Thank God they left the SEC. Georgia has a winning record against them from '33-'63, but only by a 3 game margin. Every single other team in the SEC, at the same time as GT, had a losing record agai...
[quote] OMG, is this GT guy stupid or what.[/quote] For an auburn graduate, you are behaving rudely and insulting others. You better read the creed again before you find yourself shunned and you are your family become outsiders. [img]https://i.imgur.com/FDB6T5I.jpeg[/img] ...
[quote]Don’t mind Smokey. He is an idiot. We have purposefully trained him wrong, as a joke.[/quote] [img]https://i.imgur.com/YmzxgRZ.png[/img]...
[quote] In this 7 minute clip, you see why he’s the GOAT. Even gives a nod to Tiger Stadium being the closest thing to Heaven….[/quote] Everyone loves Nick Saban! [img]https://i.imgur.com/iMVLwpt.png[/img]...
[quote]So what's changed exactly?[/quote] Not much; I mean, they do have paved roads now. :dunno: This: [img]https://i.imgur.com/qSzoaM2.jpeg[/img] is one of their graduates, btw....
[quote]To the rest of the SEC, Barners actually believe shite like this. Every person with an AU shirt on has, at the very least, a masters degree from Auburn, while every Alabama fan quit school in the 8th grade. No one outside of the student section at a 'Bama game has ever attended school there, s...
[quote]Rivalry games are typically that way. Still doesn’t mean they are any good.[/quote] Georgia Tech is just as good as auburn. The record stands at 42-41-3 in auburn's favor but, auburn lost the last two games against GT in 2003 and 2005....
[quote]Yeah. Georgia Tech sucks. Yet they still play us better than Auburn. Go figure.[/quote] The Ramblin' Reck will roll right over you if given half a chance. It'd be best if Georgia just sent the Yellow Jackets to a watery grave....
[quote]While the tickets were split evenly, Birmingham was a Bama stronghold. Many an Auburn fan had their car windows broken during the game.[/quote] Many small children have been assaulted, many women have been verbally abused, many car tires flattened and roofs smashed in, many men stabbed and...
[quote]Except it wasn’t. Birmingham is and remains a Bama stronghold and the stadium environment very much favored the Tide. It was inevitable we’d both get out anyway given the advances we’d made with our on campus stadiums and easier travel.[/quote] The stadium environment just felt like tha...
[quote]Whose alter is this?[/quote] I'm the truth-teller. The OP asked an honest question and I provided an honest answer, not a bunch of dreck slobbered out by Fambly Members and sugar coated with auburn creed. The stadium and the city was a dump and not many teams wanted to go there or play...