2019 ~ Bama v. LSU

It’s gonna be a helluva game. These two teams have hated each other for generations. It’s normally a big game, but with the President going to Tuscaloosa, it’s going to be wild. Can’t wait.

Head right up Interstate 20 and hang a left.

This weekend, Saturday at 2:30pm on CBS, you have to be a fan. Bathe in testosterone. Whirl around and revel in it. Smell the sweat. Have a beer. Love every minute of it.

As an Ole Miss Alum, we were born and bred to detest BOTH teams. To cheer for either side would be like Ben Rhodes, as a trusted member of the TRUMP admin (unthinkable), having sex with a Russian in the Oval Office (all of it is unthinkable) . It will be a tough choice in our house this Saturday. The loyalty is like a religion. In fact, Big T and his buddies went to a LSU spring training, baseball workout. They sat out in right field and had done research on the outfielders. They dogged the poor kid so badly he was pulled from the game. Sports is like war. All is fair.

Of course, my girlfriends are just as bad, probably worse. This is what we think of LSU Cheerleaders.

Alabama has won so many championships lately, almost everyone in the country is green with envy and resentful. But those boys from Alabama were kind to our President when they won the Championship and visited the WH.

One of the players even asked the President if he could pray for him, and the whole team joined in. Well bred southern gentlemen. Their mommas were proud.

In order to understand the backstory, you have to understand the corn dog “thing”. Bottom line, no one eats a corn dog when we have such an abundance of great food in the south. Yet, for some reason, we think a “Tiger”, the mascot of LSU, loves corn dogs.

Therefore, when any team in the SEC plays against LSU, we set corndog traps as tailgating decoration………. just to piss off the LSU fans. And we think the LSU fans smell like corn dogs, which are nasty. Here’s the story of the corndog.

Cajuns are not like us. Don’t you see that, yet? They are really sensitive about being sniffed and about their corn dog aroma. They know they smell like corn dogs and it is no laughing matter to them at all.

I know, I know. We sniff the Bammers and the UGA Dawgs and the Ole Messes, and we keep a straight face with each of them, but don’t press your luck with the Cajun tiger fans. Don’t refer to Death Valley as corn dog valley either. I mean that’s just wrong. Even if you’ve been drinking, they’ll beat you up and curse out your kids.

http://trackemtigers.com/the-telling-of-the-lsu-corn-dog-story-2/

Problem is, Nick Sabin, Coach for Alabama can be an arrogant jerk

LSU and Bama are ranked #2 and #3 in the country. It’s a championship game in late season and a rare treat before Thanksgiving. It’s going to be a tough game, and wild.

17 thoughts on “2019 ~ Bama v. LSU

  1. PDJT has photo’d with a 17 shirt in the past as we all know. Is this a new photo? Asking for a friend who doesn’t follow sports much if it all. 😎

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      1. Not sufficient military knowledge, IMO. Those coordinate “tests” are pretty specific .
        I’m going with a select group from the northern Virginia elite military, but it’s been great fun and challenging to speculate.
        As far as Melania, I think she is a keen observer and probably has input more on various personalities within his circle of advisors. JMO

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  2. Next year the Sooners will trounce Texas, Southern Cal, Oregon, Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Penn State, Clemson, Georgia, Alabama, LSU, and our OSU, then beat the Patriots for the national championship.

    Sorry Kansas State, no room for the likes of you on the schedule next year.

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    1. I used to have a t-shirt that showed a guy pulling down his pants with the saying “Moon a Sooner!” on it. And, BTW, ALABAMA SUCKS!!!!! My Huskers are doing soooooo bad – I feel so sorry for them. Frost certainly has his work cut out for him. Ah, for the glorious days of Bob Devaney and kicking Alabama’s and Oklahoma’s ass!!!!! Great rivalries! I also had a bumper sticker on my truck that said “If I owned Oklahoma and Hell, I’d live in Hell and rent out Oklahoma!”

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    1. Ten years ago my grandson ask me if playing football was really that important. I told him “ no, stick to academics. Now Graduating International baccalaureate with 1400 on SAT and 35 on ACT. Whew!

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  3. Well, Daughn, here we are. Mrs. RedLeg is an LSU Tiger. I’m UGA. BUUUTTT, I lived in New Orleans for 10 years where He brought us together. Anyway ….

    SEC, SEC, SEC ;.. ok, I’ll stop. Looks like the winner will play the UGA Bulldogs at the Championship Game.

    So, for the rest of the world, here’s the deal: tailgating is a community affair that brings together the opposing cousins (SEC) to eat and drink together. A family affair. If you’re not from the south, you won’t get it. (See: World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, UGA vs. FLA)

    I know every SEC school has a great tailgate, but, I beg you: go to an LSU tailgate. It is soul changing. The food, OMG! The ambivance, OMG. Just go, Please!

    I’ll just leave you with this: How ‘Bout Dem Dawgs!! 🙂

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    1. One of Gunner’s Godmothers is UGA, porcelain Bulldogs all over her house. Another girlfriend who was former band member at LSU (and we still give her crap). Gosh I was a junior in high school, my first trip to Death Valley. Nothing like it.
      First time I took T to a football game at Ole Miss, we were dating. We didn’t have tickets to the game. He couldn’t understand why we would go to the game without tickets. I cooked for days. Loaded up everything and he was dumbfounded s to why we were going to such trouble.
      Until we rounded the corner of a building and he saw what laid before him.
      It’s magic.

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      1. At least the President will be here to lend some importance to this minor preliminary contest before playing the REAL championship game against the best – the UGA Bulldogs!!!

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