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If we're talking about games been to, not games won, then I've been to 6.
71, 73, 78,79, 92, 09. I gave my tickets to my niece and step daughter last year (they both go to Bama). I am going this year.
This post was edited by bamamba1989 16 months ago
this will be my 7th to witness The TIde in title games. '71 vs, Nebraska ; '73 vs Notre dame ; '78 vs, Penn st ; '92 vs. Miami ; '09 vs. Texas ; '11 vs. lsu and now revenge in Miami against the domers! I was also at the '89 Sugar Bowl against Miami when they won the title but don't ever consider it a true title game like the others.....in all other 6 games that I attended, the winner was going to win the National Championship.
This post was edited by bhamtider1 16 months ago
I have seen 5 and if I am lucky I will see 6 still looking for tickets.
Im 44, I have seen 3,...... 92, 09, 11... Watched 78 and 79 on Tv. Can't afford to go this year, dammit!!!
I've been to just one 09 had a great time with my son!
78'79' went with teammates AHS had a great time.
Been to the last three. Bama 09, Auburn 2010 (for my wife), Bama 2011. Also was at the goal line stand in Jan of 79 vs Penn State.
09, 11, and this year so 3!
I have been to the last five we won. Doesn't look like I will make this one. '78, '79, '92, '09, '11.
For some of the older fans, what is the price difference in National Championship tickets back in the 70s to what they are now? I know inflation and what not but to me it just seems like these ticket prices are out of control and I am wondering if it was the same back then.
I have been to one NC game (09) and it was an experience of a lifetime. Got to sit right behind Bill Murray!!! RTR
I can't remember exactly but if I recall right they were in the $100-$200 range for those Sugar Bowl NC games in 1979 and 1980.
Wasn't born then so I'm not quite sure if that was a lot of money to pay for a ticket, but it doesn't seem like it. Were big corporations given a lot of tickets back then or were they for the real fans?
Losing doesn't make me want to quit. It makes me want to fight that much harder-Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant
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