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LSU 2011 for me. I was convinced (and still am convinced) that the 2011 team might be the best Alabama team I would ever see. Giving away the game with stalled drives, missed FGs and defending a simple option offense really really pissed me off. Granted that was a great great LSU team, but Alabama was ridiculously stout last year and should have won that game fairly easily (as they did later).
The NC made it all good though.
That one's probably tied for me along with Barn '10. I stayed extremely po'd for a long time after that horrible call. PG was clearly in bounds, and that cost us the game. Would like to roshambo that ref.
The 300 overtimes vs TN. Sunk to a new low that day.
Lsu 2010 I was pissed....auburn I was just shellshocked....I was so pissed Arkansas 200 that I beat my hat with a golf club
I have to go with Auburn 2007, I was in the Auburn Student section all decked out in my Alabama gear. I went with a couple of my friends who were Au grads. It was Saban's first year and you could tell the were scared cause nobody said anything to me.Then when the game was over and Quentin Groves was directing the band. It was like all 90000 of them gave the stupid middle finger six for six in a row. Now , I don't usually get fighting mad after losses but by the time I made it to my friends apartment I had heard everything they could think of. Finally I lost it and just snapped of one of my friends roommate. I jumped on him and just started swinging. That was my lowest moment as an Alabama Crimson Tide fan.
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Auburn 2010, no doubt. Punched a hole in the wall & broke my wrist. Stupid now that I look back on it, but I can't remember ever getting that pissed over anything up to that point.
I was in the hospital for the 07 LSU game so obviously I wasnt having a great day. I was so mad and vocal after the loss, I had a nurse come to check on me
I'm going to switch gears for a moment.... I don't remember the year, but BAMA was in Strakville and Gene Stallings was coaching. We couldn't get a pass off b/c everyone in the world knew when we were going to pass. It was b/c of Stallings' run on 1st & 2nd down every offensive series which put us in 3rd and long almost every time. Instead of mixing up the play calling, Stallings decides to put 2 running backs right behind the guards in passing situations, making it even more obvious we were going to throw. I lost it! I put my fist through a closet door, cursed @ my stepmother who yelled @ me for hitting the door, and then proceeded to get my tale whipped by my father.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Never been crazy mad after a game. I get over them pretty quickly (Got used to it during the Shula years)... but I'll NEVER forget the 2010 Iron Bowl when Mark Barron didn't pick off Cam Newton's pass that led to the TD. How does he not intercept that pass? I know I know, some of you said he had a bum shoulder, etc... The pass was so horribly thrown that Charlie Weiss should have been able to catch up to it and intercept it. I really don't know if I've been more mad at anything in my life.
You're making it too obvious.
Not angry...but the 1994 SEC Championship Game loss to UF and Spurrier was devastating for me. Never been that sad after losing....
The 2008 loss to UF was bad too, but I kind of expected that one....
Some people bring a knife to a gun fight. Mark Richt brings a Super Soaker 2000.
Auburn 2010 also.
There's a lot of blood, sweat, and guts between dreams and success.
I can't remember the exact year but it was the time we lost at Arkie during the Shula days when we missed all of those field goals. I said many a bad word and broke my glasses. My wife banned me from watching any more Bama games at home due to kids being present. Every game since has been watched either in person or at my grannies.
Given that I have a horrible memory....
2011 LSU game.... without a doubt. I thought we had blown our shot at a National Championship and just knew we had the best team in the country. Luckily, things fell our way throughout the rest of the year.
2010 Iron Bowl b/c it let $cam and company go to the NC.
Also the 2010 loss @ South Carolina. I was there and I went to SC, so I had to listen to all my buddies go on forever about it!
I liked the comment about throwing the bat into the garage wall and sticking like an arrow. That was hilarious. But seriously guys, the ones that meant the most.
1) 2005 LSU
2) 2011 LSU
Not going to give Auburn the luxury.
that one hurt, a lot and I was thinking some of the same things, was in Kandahar and were busy as crap that day, had been kissin concrete all night from rocket attacks, was able to call my dad on my roshan cell phone literally when they kicked to win, 15 second conversation ruined the rest of the week, but luckily for us the ball bounced our way towards the end and we brought home #14
*I ought to be ashamed of myself for the things I was saying about Cade Foster that day...
The 1994 sec championship game vs Florida. We were 11-0 and we lose 24-23 and there were two blatant calls that cost us the game. I remember 2 fumbles.... One where we were driving and our guys knee was so clearly down and they gave Florida the ball. Then later Florida sooo clearly fumbled in their territory late and rb was called down. With all that was on the line, that game made me lose it.
Honorable mention: 2006? The tiffin pat misses and short fg misses.... I was thinking this kid got paid off or something. Glad he turned his career around.
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