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That you watched in person or on tv.
For me I have to say Alabama Clemson in 08.
I was born in 1990 and didn't really understand football until I was 8. So being a Bama fan grow up left to a lot of ridicule from my cousin who are Auburn fans.
That being said , after watching Alabama completely dominate Clemson in the manner that they did, I knew my cousins' day of ridiculing me were over. I also played o-line so I really enjoyed watch Andre Smith man handle people and Cody taking on double and triple teams.
1985 iron bowl! I was 12 years old and watched the game with an uncle that was a big auburn fan! We traded the crying towel what seemed like 10 times during the 4th quarter. To my delight, he ended the game with it. What a game and what a kick.
I wish that I could have watched that game live. Man kind i would have been a wreck.
I would also add Tenn. in 2009. I was going Crazy at the end of that game. Talk about pure adrenaline.
"Quit trying to make a play and do your job!"
Wow... I was 12 too... Watched it at a friends house... Remember Gene Jelks running the ball very well that game... We went nuts after that kick...
Was also at 05 tenn game... Lots of excitement there too
07 AR was also fun, but watching our defense destroy people this year was a treat week in, week out
For me, it was 99 Florida (regular season). The magnitude of the upset, breaking that seemingly invincible streak in the Swamp, and then my father and I just beaming and repeating the score to each other all night. There are other games that are more important to me historically (like national title games), but this will always be the most memorable to me and my father.
'92 Nat. Championship game, will never forget the "Gimme that ball"!!
My most memorable game is the 16-7 win over the barn in 1990. It was my first Bama game and it broke the barn's 4 game win streak. That was a great experience.
Many of the others listed rank up there for me. The 2008 Clemson and LSU games and the 2012 BCSNCG are a few obvious choices that I attended. Funny thing about that 2008 Clemson game is it broke something like a 16 game losing streak for Bama in games I attended. That was a rough stretch but now I've almost matched that with a similar win streak.
LoL, yeah missed that part!!
'99 SEC Championship
Me and my dad when I was 13.
I'll start by saying "whipper snapper"
at the game
2009 (Jan 2010) - BCS NCG- My only NCG I've ever attended. The whole trip was magical.
2008 Iron Bowl - The beat down in T-town. Ended the streak emphatically!
2009 Rocky Block - It was my birthday, Everything on the line. Awesome game ending. Cody is a hero.
2005 UF - a rocking crowd from first play to the last play
Sack brodie game and 2010 Iron Bowl...that just shouldn't have happened.
The kick. Ceiling fans around the southeast were damaged that Saturday..and many knuckles as well
1992 (Jan 1993) Sugar Bowl. Sweet victory
2011(Jan 2012) BCS NC Game a reckoning.
The first SECCG..had to work, listened to Langham pick six
The comeback against Ole Miss where we got down big early, then came back to score like 62 straight points.
05 Florida. I can still remember Vern (when he actually got the names right lol) He's got it and he.... Is... Gone.....no flags. I wasn't at the game but man it was loud as hell on tv. I think because that was prothro and that game was a huge upset for us, is why I remember so well
Beating the mighty Urban Tebows in 2009 SECCG.
1) 1996 Iron Bowl - Was my first bama game to go to
2) 05 UF game - was a student and I have never heard the students so loud
3) 08 Iron Bowl
4) 09 SEC Champ game
5) 09 National Champ game
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Definitely the 2009 BCSNG. It was my senior year in school and me and some friends drove a 30 year old RV across the country to go to that game. That's something I'll never forget.
"Surround yourself with people who can't live without football"
"Recognize winners, they come in all forms"
"Have a plan for everything"
...along with the others mentioned too.
"To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift." Steve Prefontaine
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