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RDA Trojan Offline
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OT: Bama/Aubbie fans going crazy
http://blog.al.com/goldmine/2009/04/iron...y_thi.html

I was driving around earlier, and heard this on the radio. Tons of folks were calling in complaining that this would be Black Friday and the Iron Bowl on the same day. And that people would risk losing their jobs by trying to take the day off to watch the game.

Some of the comments on that site are pretty funny too.
04-10-2009 03:19 PM
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RE: OT: Bama/Aubbie fans going crazy
So wouldn't that also include Troy fans because Troy fans also = Auburn & Bama fans....at least from what I saw when I went to Troy this year for the football game.
04-10-2009 05:55 PM
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