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^^^ This one is mine also - I nearly broke my hand on the wall when the ref made that call. Iron Bowl 2010 just made me sick.
2010 Iron Bowl was tough, but 2011 LSU was right up there.
Sabans first year loss to Monroe. My wife was napping in the bedroom. The only thing i hadof nick saban was a shirt i had bought my wife. I stormed in the bedroom and ask her where was that saban shirt. I grabbed it took it out back and set it on fire. I had this evil grin on my face watching it. The whole time I knew coach was the right man for the job I just had to relieve some stress. After it was over I felt much better. I know it sounds crazy but I just snapped. We look back and laugh at it now. Wow that seems like a long time ago. I really dont want any smarta** comments either.
You sure are either a Barner troll....or you're a Harvey-type that gives the rest of us a bad name.
Southern Miss @ Legion Field. I left in middle of third quarter and walked home...
First off, seek help! Actually wasn't any specific game, but Shula's whole tenure at Alabama. Even the wins, I just
couldn't believe someone could be that inept at coaching a football team. Spent most games just smh saying why.
I still cringe every time I hear "Jumbo Package"!
The most emotional loss to me was @ Miss St. in Shula's last season. I realized at that moment Alabama Football had been regulated to medoicrity. I didn't enjoy the mocking that I received walking out of there.
1999 loss to LaTech. Was so ready for a coaching change. Many expletives released on the way out of Legion.
I feel like I shouldn't admit that I laughed...think the grown ups will scorn me
2007 was an all time low for me, well name any of those home losses to AU during the streak, sitting in the stadium 15 minutes after the game ended, knowing the next chance to reclaim you're own home turf against the bad guys was two years away, 2010 was just ridiculous, I remember my buddy calling at halftime and I told him that's not enough points to win, they can score too fast, terrible day for my household.
Saddest loss was my first one, the '87 IB. I was 13. Getting shutout at Legion was awful. I remember being so excited to go to my first Bama game ever. I just sat in the back of my parents' car and cried while my parents post-game tailgated. I have hated Auburn ever since.
Sickest loss - Auburn 2010. Wasn't even pissed. Just sick, really.
Maddest loss - The '09 Sugar Bowl loss to Utah. Felt like we were ALL the way back, and that we were just a few plays away from having knocked off Tebow (which we were). I was SO PISSED at the lack of heart and pride in that game - plus getting about 1,000 texts from all my friends reminding me that we were NOT all the way back ... that I kicked a laundry basket into our storm door and broke both. I hate a Ute.
Bama-LSU 2004 when there was the no pass interference call on keith Brown and the LSU guy picked it off, we where about to score and the no call basically cost us the game. Put a nice hole in the wall but it was alright because the parents remodeled the house shortly after!
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This is the funniest thing I've read on this board in a long time.
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Several ark games and south Carolina 2004
Oh yeah, I forgot about this one.
This is definitely the angriest I've been. We were in complete control of that game. That non-call COMPLETELY changed the dynamics and strategy.
And the ref was standing RIGHT THERE.
Seems like 2010 Iron Bowl is already covered....I will go with 2004 Bama vs. S Carolina. As I had moved to Oregon in 2000, I only make it back for a game every now and again, and I thought I would be able to see the Tide take down the Leprechaun (Holtz). That was during the "Lean" times for Bama QBs, with both Spencer Pennington and Marc Guillon playing serious minutes for the Tide, but both throwing 2 interceptions. It was awful.
I throw up in my mouth just thinking about watching 4 interceptions in that game.
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"Touch that thang four" - Courtney Upshaw
So you were watching the game in a trailer park. Cool story.
1. Auburn 2010
2. LSU 2005
I guess for me, it would be 2001 Bama-South Carolina..Tyler Watts did all he could do that day and it wasn't enough..The kid rushed for 161 yards and 2 td, threw for another 231 and 1 td..He made plays all game and the Bama D just couldn't get a stop.
So after the game,I walked out to the garage to smoke and I ended up slinging a baseball bat into the garage wall and it stuck there like an arrow... I didn't feel any better, just stupid LOL
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