“We have to claim those championships. It’s the law.”

Don’t ever change, Auburn fans.

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16 responses to ““We have to claim those championships. It’s the law.”

  1. Really! That is so Awbern!

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  2. Otto

    Most Auburn fans don’t want this, it makes them look like Bama notice “Senate resolution Urging Auburn”

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  3. Spike

    “..So let it be written.. so let it be done..” Only in Alabama..

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  4. Borodawg

    So basically, the number of National Championships Alabama recognizes plus 1.

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  5. AusDawg85

    IT’S THE LAW PAWWWWLLL!!! IT’S THE GDM LAW!!!!

    Phylis from Mugla’s head is exploding.

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  6. CannonDawg

    Is Brian Williams an Auburn grad?

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  7. Bulldog Joe

    Increasing my shares in Proctor & Gamble and Kimberly-Clark today.

    Fixin’ to be a stadium-load of Charmin and Cottonelle sold in Alabama.

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  8. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    If only politicians would be more concerned with actually governing than they are with adopting useless resolutions to increase their popularity with their constituents.

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    • Cousin Eddie

      actual governing consist of hard choices that will make some people upset which might lead to politicians not getting re-elected which will lead to politicians having to get real jobs, so nope they aren’t going to do that.

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  9. Will Trane

    Noticed that the AU, along with Bama, Ole Miss, MSU, UF, LSU, Texas A&M, and Kentucky had their QBs mentioned on the internet.
    So what is CMR going to do with a revamped QB roster and offensive coaching staff? This will be a critical piece of the Dawgs ’15 run to a East Division title and a place in the Dome This is a weakness in the Dawgs offense in SEC competition..

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  10. That is so the Barn – the ultimate inferiority complex

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  11. Go Dawgs!

    My Auburn friends always object to the idea that they’re Alabama’s little brother. They trot out their Iron Bowl record since the Bear, and all sorts of other measurements that suggest Auburn is equal to or even better than the program in Tuscaloosa.

    Well, Auburn fans, this is where the perception comes from. Crap like this.

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