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You said 50 degrees. And yes, it snows in the south, just not every week from November through March. I've actually watched a few games in an icy mix. I don't think it changes the outcome of the game much because both teams have to deal with it..... but it does suck for the fans.
of course I see the white towels...but as I am not 33 and don't sit in the student section anymore, I do not get to participate...although at my advanced age I enjoy the club seats more.
So they call the white towels "cocky cloths" now? we just called them "towels" back when i was in school.
I've watched a lot of games in Starkville. It can get pretty loud with all those bells and you guys are usually pretty jacked up for the first half. It usually gets pretty quiet after that point though.
I am going to spray paint NWO on the side of David Wade this year.
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
They would cut you a check for stadium improvements.
I'm not sure about the south, but average temperatures don't necessarily mean much in Ohio as our weather can swing pretty widely from one day to the next. I've been to games in November that were very pleasant, but I have also been to games where the high for the day was below freezing and the temp was in the low twenties by the end of the game (no night games in November, but the sun goes down by 6:00 so it can get pretty cold towards the end of a 3:30 game.
Just this past spring we had an example of the way Ohio weather can swing. It was sunny and 75 on friday the day before our spring game. Then we got rainy and 40s on saturday for the game.
Those damn kids today :)
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i can see that you ain't ever been to our stadium in the last 4 years
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i bet the o in nwo has a sad face with tears comin out the eyes after your ass is handed to you
dude you need td hit the weights
I like this line under the LSU spot:
Since the start of the century, LSU is a wicked 72-11 at Tiger Stadium, including 17 straight wins... That's over a decade in the SEC with only 11 losses.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Our team loses at home cuz we suck, not cuz our crowd isn't loud enough, we're top 5 at worst
“If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets.” ― Haruki Murakami
19 straight wins
19 straight wins against who?
so is the same thing that happened to them happen to y'all. forgot about and disbanded
We try pretty hard not to play home games on the road. It wouldn't be logical to blow in fake snow. Everyone makes a big deal out of it, but football is football and we keep kicking everyone's ass.
It's more exciting for Oregon to host a good USC team than it is for Bama/UF to host a really bad UT team. I've heard great things about Autzen, so I'm not arguing. UT/Bama was one of the quietest games I've been to in years because we just never got off the bus that day and everyone was just nervously watching. The big games in Bryant Denny are as loud as anywhere, and night games in Baton Rouge are off the charts.
Delta you seriously are the biggest homer on this board.. Barre none. State is not louder than LSU, Bama or Florida
He's a little nuts in the head
Seriously... but they're the only school allowed to use noisemakers... NCAA feels sorry for them and their 50,000 capacity
I'll never forget late December 2000. I was leaving to go home for Christmas from the U of A. It was 80 degrees and I was wearing shorts and a T-shirt. Thunderstorm rolled up, supercell tornado blew away a few neighborhoods just south of town. I was frantic...trying to call my roommate who was asleep from working the night shift at a hotel. He wouldn't answer. Later that night I was watching the news from the other side of the state and it was 29 or so degrees and snowing in Tuscaloosa. The swings happen everywhere. We'll go 72 to 20 to 50 to 83 to 17. Usually goes in 3 day swings or so, but the big jumps usually happen overnight.
bama isn't that loud and lsux fans stay too drunk to reach really loud levels
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