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How do you change your subscription to tBB as opposed to BOL? I don't care for it over there so my question is this. What would have happened or what would the site benefits be had I not picked a specific school and just signed up under 247 only?
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
You wouldn't be stereotyped as a Bama fan. That alone is worth the price of the membership fee.
No I'm a proud lifelong Bama so I can live with the ridicule that comes with that, I'm old school in the fact that I like giving my money to places I support. I prefer to post over here so that's why I asked what perks would have come had I just signed up under 247sports as opposed to a specific team?
You wouldn't be able to to post on BOLRoundtable or read BOL exclusive content(VIP posts). Other than that no difference imo..
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
I don't think you would be getting any perks. You wouldn't be able to read the Alabama articles which would not be good. If you don't like the Round Table just stay away from it...ive been tending to do that a lot lately
RIP Lil Julio
He will still be able to read The BAMA articles, he just wouldn't be able to read the exclusive ones like nuggets etc...
I see what you're sayin. Thanks for the feedback errbody.
I thought maybe if I signed up under 247sports instead then maybe I'd be apart of an elite national blue board nugget group and not stricken to a single team.
Not that I know of..but I would PM Lucky or Noah. They could answer all your questions. Keep the BOL sub imo, that's if you enjoy everything else beside the roundtable.
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