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Big White Booties And A Squid-Headed Mountain Man: A Formerly Assaulted Pitt Fan Explains Why Beaten Student Samuel Jurgens Still Loves Alabama Football
Remember Samuel Jergens, the Alabama student who was beaten by a bunch of football players but still loves Alabama football? Well, our friend Eric Goldschein can relate. He had a similar (but much less traumatizing) experience while at Pitt, and he respects Jurgens’ undying fandom. Here’s his story, involving big white booties.
An Alabama Student Was Allegedly Beaten By Alabama Football Players, But Still Loves Alabama Football
Brian Kelly has literally run out of ideas on how to stop the Tide from rolling. He asked them to stay put in the locker room for the second half. They didn’t cooperate. It’s 35-0 Alabama, halfway through the third quarter.
It’s early, but AJ McCarron and the Crimson Tide look well on their way to a second straight national championship. Even if the Irish can right the ship and stop McCarron from becoming the first QB to be a repeat champion in the BCS era, he has still won. He has beat us all. Because the woman on the left is his girlfriend, model, Miss Alabama, Katherine Webb.
Alabama center Barrett Jones is a man of many talents. He moonlights as a Scrabble savant, but his mind is really no more advanced than an adolescent boy. Closely examine his choice words. You’ll see.
We know the Tide have their share of rabid fans. But more than just the Tuscaloosa faithful had their eyes on Bear Bryant and his programs in the 60s.
Nick Saban entertained throngs of college football fans when he compared unsavory agents to pimps, and now it seems he’s doing something to keep such people at bay by banning scouts from his team’s practices, at least temporarily.
The preseason USA Today coaches’ college football poll was released today, and defending champion Alabama opens the season as an overwhelming #1…but not on our Power Grid, it doesn’t.