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"You can’t snort a line of coke off a woman’s a&& and not wonder about her hopes and dreams, it’s not gentlemanly."
Enjoying the process. RTR!
It's a wash. 09 return to complete dominance and perfection. 13 great defense and redemption. ROLL TIDE!
It's not about the revenge....it's about the reckoning
The 2009 National Championship was wonderful because it had been since 1992 that the Crimson Tide had won one. To watch the 2011 team win the National Championship was even sweeter though. This year was just unbelievable. This years defense was nothing short of outstanding. The 2009 D was really great but it didn't measure up to this years D. What a year and what an all around National Championship team.
Both and all from 1925 to the present. I will always claim the 1925, the beginning of our legacy, since my wife's great, great uncle was the captain of the team, Bruce Jones. It is on the plack on the Walk of Champions.
'09 was probably more meaningful for our program, but I enjoyed '11 more. That said, '92 is still my favorite as I was in grad school at Bama at the time.
"The sharp edge of a razor is difficult to pass over; thus the wise say the path to Salvation is hard."
09. It had been a long time coming and doing it in the rose bowl was an incredible experience.
2009 season overall, but boy did I love watching 2011 team destroy everybody we played. I died a little on Nov. 5th but awoke to a 3rd place ranking and held out hope until one of the greatest weekends ever when OSU, OU, and UO all went down.
At that point 2011 beat out 2009 as I was ready for and knew we would take vengeance!
For me? Definetely this year because I was on the field for this one. I'm super biased to the fact I was on the field for a Bama national championship that ended up being a shutout for the good guys. 21-0 Eat more corndogs!
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
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