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They can print all the shirts/bumper stickers they want and trash talk all they want. I just the Bama players trash them in the game.
Why did Tennessee choose orange as their team color? You can wear it to the game on Saturday, hunting on Sunday, and picking up trash along the highways the rest of the week.
The avatar is my former assistant who I think of as my adopted daugther. She is smart, funny, likeable and a Acct & Finance grad of Fullerton and given the right guidance would light the world on fire. Just don't tell her I said that.
Indiana is the biker capital of america, straight up trash. ND fans should know not to point fingers, several more usually get pointed back at you. BTW, ND embraces the catholic faith and with that you have to take the bad that comes with it. You can not just claim only the good stuff.
Just wondering what they (Golden Goobers) will do with all those trash tee shirts after the dust has settled on the field and they've been embarrassed. Perhaps they could help save a few trees and use the shirts for toilet paper...
"You got any biscuits fer sale in-nare?" "Reckin what you like to eat in-nare?"
Well, to be fair, my son's just 24, and in his lifetime, to my utter amazement & disgust, the local KKK chapter has sponsored a float in the July 4th parade...back when we lived in western Indiana.
"Let's see when we get a full body of work at the end of the season. If you get satisfied and you fall in love with yourself, you get complacent and lose your desire."
“What happened yesterday is history. What happens tomorrow is a mystery. What we do today makes a difference - the precious present moment.”
Coach Nick Saban.
I attended the 1980 Bama/ND game at Legion Field. There was more bad blood between the fanbases outside (and inside) the stadium than just about any game I've seen. I saw a couple of fights, including one in the stands. Agitating people with this sort of trash talk usually isn't a good idea.
OTOH, I hope our players are paying attention...
I'm Catholic and that shirt shows some poor taste. Here's hoping our guys show them who the boss is on 1/7!
Send me up some Pibb Extra and Golden Flake potato chips please
Mobile Homes? We just call them trailers. Mobile home just sounds too fancy.
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The t-shirt that started this thread has been roundly criticized on "NDNation", one of the top ND sports fan sites.
I am a Catholic and a ND fan. I'm also originally from Pennsylvania, a very Catholic state. I can tell you from first-hand experience that Penn State fans (many of them Catholics) hate ND as much or more than any other fanbase in the country.
'Bana also has a lot of Catholic fans.
This game isn't about religion. It's about football. The bigoted remarks--pedophilia, incest whatever--have no place in discussions about a game between two such fine schools.
As you know from my prior posts, I am a Domer. I can say without equivocation that those trash tees are just that and do NOT represent the vast majority of Notre Dame alums (and, probably a large swath of the total fan base) . . . unfortunately, some knucklehead with an internet connection and a few bucks screened some ridiculous tee shirts. For what I call the "true ND fan," we respect the Tide, their team, history and tradition. We certainly want to win on 1/7 but, probably just like all of you, with class and dignity; those tees do not represent either.