Never forget.

It’s a little amazing to me that the SEC would choose to promote one of the more atrocious games in conference history.

It’s like making sure we’re all in on the same bad joke.  Strange way to brand, but what do I know?


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15 responses to “Never forget.

  1. Russ

    Back then we used to revel in games like that. Didn’t LSU beat Bama 6-3 around then as well? Amazing what a little offense can do to spruce things up.


  2. Debby Balcer

    Since they always move ahead in the action in replays this would be a short replay.


  3. Harold Miller

    Something about, I went to see the Auburn v Miss. St. football game, and a baseball game broke out.


  4. Hobnail_Boot

    I did my postgrad at KSU and I’ll never forget the ice storm of 2011. Mrs. Hobnail and I were living in a small apartment at the time, very near a hilly intersection. We heard a few crashes and realized that a number of idiots were actually trying to drive. So what did we do? If you guessed lawn chairs and beer, you are correct. We would cheer the crashes and boo the near misses.

    3-2 was thrilling in the same way. I actually watched that one live and even through there were other, better games on at same time, I simply could not look away.


  5. ugafidelis



  6. It didn’t seem that deep to me. I read it as an anomaly of modem cfb and nothing more, certainly not SEC branding.


  7. Prosticutor

    It’s like the Challenger. 9/11. I remember exactly where I was when that happened.


  8. Down Island Way

    Never forget…i didn’t know that thing existed, let alone it actually happened in this lifetime, that 32 second synopsis bout clears everything up


  9. Sanford222view

    Defense and plodding offense…it just means more.


  10. Mayor

    Personally I like low scoring defensive battles. I watched that game. All of it. I thought at the time (1) that it was a great game and (2) Auburn was very lucky to have won it.


  11. FisheriesDawg

    Not to get political, but it’s kind of like embracing the term when someone calls your group “deplorable”. It’s an inside joke that seems nonsensical to rational people on the outside.


  12. Russ

    And baseball games are now ending 21-7.