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Sorry but I am kind if turned off buy some of the older crowd who like to sit down and gets mad at the ones who stand.
I would love to have a tradition similar to aTm where the whole crowd stands all game long except when the other teams band is playing.
We have a lot of older people that would stop going to games.... Good they need to stay home and give more room for those of us who love to be a part of the atmosphere. With 102 thousand we should be loud as hell every game all game.
Crimsonbleeder "If Trent doesn't go pro this year I will eat my car tires"
No doubt one of the five loudest games I've ever been to. During the 4th Q it was so loud you could hardly think. When we stopped them 3 and out towards the end, it was as loud as I've ever heard it, including Rocky Block.
Enjoying the process. RTR!
Sorry but you missed my point... I didn't say it was the reason we lost... I was referring to that play which was particularly huge
Stop posting. Students represented themselves admirably. Same can't be said about the section directly west of the student section. They sat literally the whole time except for the goal to go's at the end of the game. I tried throwing my bourbon drinks on them to get them fired up, but they didn't seem to care. They were too comfortable in their seat-backs.
I have been a season ticket holder for over 20 years. Saturday I was at the game with my wife. It ranks as one of the loudest games I have ever been to see an Alabama team. People do what they can. I scream and holler when we do something, my wife just screams and hollers, she doesn't know a damn thing about football and I coached HS football many years. She damn well loves Alabama though.
I want go into them but have health conditions that says I maybe shouldn't do what I do, but I want stop doing it. I spent many years leaving the game horse and have damn well earned my strips. I have went and hollered through good and bad, and will continue until God thinks its my time to move on. Now, in the meantime, quit knocking the older folks, try to do more yourself and set the example.
Leave the old people alone. They've paid their dues.
well said ......Saturday was my 458 game since tenn 1957 and BDS was LOUD......
Ronald Reagan: Man is not free unless government is limited.
2009 LSU game when Julio took the screen pass down the sideline...loudest I have heard it personally.
^^^^^^ Guess you would have felt much better if you had seen a bunch of drunk passed out frats.
1984 300ZX Anniversary Model, 1970 Olds 442 W-30 & Pepper Bird
I'm not sure what shot you saw (vantage point), but I believe the handicap/wheelchair accessible section is in that area. Sort of in the corner and it is only one row. I used to sit behind them and while they were not jumping up and down, many were very much into and enjoyed the game. No flame intended, but there may be a reason.
What are the older fans suppose to do, stay at home? They have earned the right to go to the games.
I am 70 years old and it is tough to stand up for 4 hours, but i was cheering for my team..
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