— First Plank Raider Walk and now dynamic inertia – Tuberville is doing anything he can to bring Auburn to Lubbock, including designating a section of the Texas Tech bell ringers as “Saturday Shake Weighters” in the Red Raiders game against Texas. Why? Tommy likes humidity. Patrickthetiger was watching when ABC cameras caught a group of TTU fans begrudgingly trying to replicate the sultriness of east Alabama through the collective sweat produced by 240 muscle contractions per minute. It almost worked. Still no word on the prairie dog flight.
— More videos to make you proud of who you are.
— In case you didn’t catch in the Gameday Post, you’ll never guess who was back in town Saturday, returned from the real world to cheer on her alma mater. (But you can probably guess what shirt she was wearing. Again.)
— There’s some sort of spamviruswormhack thing currently affecting Twitter. So yeah. We’ve started using TweetDeck.
— You can help make our meme dream come even truer by voting on the sign using our truly awe-inspiring YES WE CAM graphic as GameDay’s sign of the week.
— Can’t remember where I found this. Obviously I would major, major credit if I could. Wait… found it!
Typical Bama child abuse…..I’m sure this was funny to the parents but the poor kid was terrified and has obviously been brainwashed by these idiots.
Like I said before;
Alice Fraasa is wearing mom shorts, and her shirt is Clemson colors.
That is child abuse and those parents should be extremely ashamed. That could have been Sears and he would have acted that way because of the way the parents were talking. I’m sure he thought they were going to put him in the store and leave him as a punishment, the fact that it was an Auburn store was for their own amusement. That was sickening.
AuburnJunky — mom shorts are the new hot pants. And trust us, the shirt is blue — deep, deep navy, actually. It must have been a Clemson cellphone.
Alex P in Smyrna G says
“mom shorts are the new hot pants”.
I think I just threw up in my mouth a little…
I’m pretty sure this is right where I was tailgating Saturday.
Van P in Illinois says
I would totally get a Zaxby’s tattoo if they would open a %$#* store within three hours’ drive of here. The closest one is in Hopkinsville, KY– which explains why my family and I stop in that otherwise unremarkable town every single time we drive south.