LSU failed us, darkness reigns, and suddenly we find ourselves needing to know, now more than ever, that there are still dudes in Green Bay eating burgers and wearing Auburn jerseys with that special, soon-to-be-retired number from that one brief shining moment. So thank you, Man v. Food Nation.
Ah, did you catch it? There on the left? For half of the 19th second? That’s right. No blip of orange and blue, however brief, will escape us. (And by us, in this case, we mean Preston Hornsby, who deserves the Eagle Eye Awards of Eagle Eye Awards.)
Video services again rendered by Jeff Poor, thank you.
Related: “Auburn University” bellowed at 1998 WCW match.
* Auburn University bellowed at WCW match
* Fear Cam Newton’s SuperCamming shirt
* “My wife was the Auburn Tiger.”
* Dr. Dre’s Auburn hat
* LSU girls love Auburn men, says HBO’s Treme
* Coeds. Watermelons. 1973.
* Muhammad Al on the Haley Center concourse
* Playboy in Auburn, 1989
* The War Eagle Jeep in Vietnam
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My dad and I were actually at Curly’s in November so I was excited for a second, then I realized the guy was wearing a jersey so I knew it was neither of us since we’re both of the opinion that no grown man should wear a jersey. I did sport an Auburn t-shirt and hoodie around Green Bay, though. Great place.
What is it with a certain segment of football fans and their proclivity to admonish other fans who wear the jerseys of their favorite players? In every other sport, in every other part of the world, wearing a player’s jersey is a quintessential element of fandom. You only hear it from football fans, and even then it’s usually redneck types who were the Uncle Rico of their tiny town’s high school team, and not much of anything else after that. “No grown man should wear a football jersey because you don’t know what it’s like to almost win State by one point.”