October 9th, 2011 at 12:01 AM ^

Tonight I sat in a family oriented sports bar (here in NC) and there was a Bama fan in the bar.  She had to be one of the loudest, most abnoxious people I've ever come across.  Mind you, Bama was playing Vandy . . . yeah . . . that's why she had to get up off her chair sloshing her Budwieser and yelling profanities, etc etc.  It was not a good showing for ye olde bama bitch this evening.


October 9th, 2011 at 11:04 AM ^

From my 4 years at UM and 5 years at A&M, I got plenty of experience with OhioSt and TxTech.  As bad as OSU fans are, Tech are worse.

Recent events that Tech fans have done:

  • Thrown batteries at opposing fans
  • Start fights in the stands with opposing fans
  • Attempt to impale opposing fans with a torn-down goal post
  • Put horsecrap inside a visiting team's bus*, spray paint other busses
  • Taunt opposing team's players when they're injured and laying on the ground

This is why I'm really happy A&M is going to the SEC and never has to play against Tceh** again.

*they vandalized a Lubbock bus that was rented by A&M. So it'll be Tech graduates cleaning it up.  FAIL




October 9th, 2011 at 12:17 AM ^

A&M athletic director Bill Byrne said Saturday manure went "from one end to the other" inside one bus that couldn't be locked. The others had manure along the exterior. He tweeted that the outsides of all the buses had vulgarities "spray painted" on them.


October 8th, 2011 at 11:46 PM ^

As a native of Waco, TX, I can tell you with all certainty, one thing so common as to be beyond remark in Texas is barnyard shit. I promise you that much.


October 8th, 2011 at 11:58 PM ^

Texas A&M buses are great.....FOR ME TO POOP ON

/texas tech

Had a friend in the Navy who was an Aggie.  The way he talked about Texas Tech fans I'm guessing he's the least surprised person in the world right now.


October 9th, 2011 at 2:35 AM ^

It's one of the six senior military colleges (non-service academies) in the US.


Cadets at an SMC are authorized to take the ROTC program all four years, but taking a commission upon graduation remains optional, unlike other colleges where ROTC cadets are required to sign a contract to take commission before entering their final two years.