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I will have to admit that when TJ ran it in I was filled with massive amounts of emotion. It was just one of those magical moments with so much at stake, so many mistakes that were made in the game, and to just pull it out like that when it truly mattered was just overwhelming. I was choked up, but somehow held back the tears. It was AWESOME. RTR
“Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating.” Karl von Clausewitz
I have never gotten that emotional over a win but goodness that was amazing. Still in shock. I was whisper screaming like a maniac (one child was asleep) and my 3 yr old was laughing her head off watching me.
This post was edited by brbama 20 months ago
I am as happy as anyone but honestly if a games finish makes you cry you need to check your balls or re-evaluate your life.
One ...... Hell......of.........a.......game!!!!!
Never Gets Old
Concern, adjulation, concern, joy, misery, adjulation, exhalation, shock, relief, joy. I'm not sure what I'll feel tomorrow. As for now I'm just tired.
Let me interject here if I may ... I lost my fiancé 10 days ago, whom I have been with for 8 years and have been on an emotional roller coaster ride since. Although I didn't cry, I can tell you I'm quite sure I would have if we hadn't won. I need Alabama football right now. I need something positive outside of church and God to take my mind off of what has just happened. So, before you tell people to check their balls or re-evaluate their life, it might help if you knew some of the circumstances that people find themselves in each and every day. Alabama football isn't my life but it's one of the few things that makes me smile right now and keeps me from crying thinking of Tammy every day.
well said.. prayers for you brother
Very well said, my sympathies. Praying for you.
Reminded me of 2009 Iron Bowl. I can still see Upchurch (#5) catching the pass from McElroy.
On a side note... When I saw AJ crying on the sideline, I didn't get emotional, but I thought of BAMA fans making fun of Tebow for crying in the SEC title game.
I guess AJ needs to check his then. And I do too. Whatever, douchebag.
Ronald Reagan: Man is not free unless government is limited.
Aj won... Tebow lost. Bit of a difference.
1960 Les Paul
No woman has ever given me the kind of post coital bliss i feel on nights like tonight (see 08 lsu, 09 auburn, 07 arky, 05 tennessee). i need a cigarette
Reminds me of Rocky Block...I never thought we would lose, but we did have to pull it out of our a$$...Roll Tide!
"Big Cody Rocky Stop"
Amazing game saving blocked field goal by Terrence Cody with 4 seconds to go in the game.
Final score was Alabama 12 - Tennesse 10
Some people bring a knife to a gun fight. Mark Richt brings a Super Soaker 2000.
Spoken like a true moron. How miserable your Alabama fandom must be.
"Never argue with an idiot; they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."
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