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I've definitely seen my share so for now I'll just post the first one that came to mind.
Bama knew if they allowed Miami to get any momentum they'd be in for a huge fight. For a few seconds the door had swung wide open, but George Teague made sure to close it....
Post yours (add a pic of vid if you can).
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Red Goodman 19 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
This moment, because of the history of the rivalry and how sweet it was to hear the dead silence from the Domers after they thought they won the game.in the end. Every major USC player from 2003-2005 (37-2) interviewed, said this game was the best in their USC career....even over the NCs.
This post was edited by usctrojan1 19 months ago
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
The first memory that came to mind for a game I attended was Arkansas @ Alabama in 2007. After scoring 21 points in the first quarter (almost 28), Arkansas and Darren McFadden came roaring back to take the lead in the 4th, 38-31. Alabama added a field goal to make it 38-34 midway in the 4th. After holding Arkansas on the next drive, and with 2:13 seconds remaining Alabama drove the field from their own 26 to score a touchdown (John Parker Wilson pass to Matt Caddell) with 8 seconds left to go up 41-38. The crowd was electric!
This post was edited by SkullyMaroo 19 months ago
Here is a good one.
Last time Bama played at Happy Valley was in 1989; this game had a wild and crazy ending. Check it out!
I was there bro, one of the loudest moments in Bama history no question.
I remember this play and how shocked I was when it happened. That audible and then the perfect pass to pull it off was amazing.
This post was edited by Red Goodman 19 months ago
Though I'm an Ohio State fan, my pops was a prof at Mich and we had season tix from about '88 through '03 and I go to see the Desmond Howard Heisman pose play. It was in our endzone and it felt like someone ripped my heart out.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
Even though Im a U fan my dad had season tix to PSU games, the strip sack of Tamba Hali of Troy Smith w/o a doubt the loudest sound I have ever heard.
the time i landed an orange on top of some sort of air vent (about the diameter of the very same orange) on the neighbors roof from 30 yards away (maybe by accident but it was too miraculous to be an accident), and then knocked it down with a laser throw with the very next orange
also mike williams reverse pass to leinart for TD to help win 04 rose bowl and 03 NC
This post was edited by scinsc5 19 months ago
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A-rods's walk off grand slam in 2007.
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