Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by islstl, Nov 26, 2010.
For you personally I mean, not talking about all time history.
I gotta believe it is for most.
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Since the game did not cost them a championship, I wouldn't think it would be. Although, if you are a Bama fan, it may be more important to you stopping AU from having a NC than winning one yourself, (since they claim 38 or something).
To me, the win that would hurt the most is the one that costs your team a NC. I am glad I don't know that feeling. I was there for both of our BCSNC's, and that is really special to me.
I doubt this is the worse but going from absolutely dominating to losing the game has got to hurt somewhat.
Suggestive again? :hihi:
Ingram fumbles on a big play and the ball somehow rolls like 25 yards out of the back of the endzone for a touchback on what could've been 28-0. Julio Jones and McElroy both injured and out in the 4th quarter. Wow. I guess it just wasn't meant to be. Now I must clease myself for cheering for the Gumps for 3.5 hrs.
They lost to Auburn and may end up allowing them to win their first ever national championship.
Everyone is missing the boat on this one.
This. If they have to watch Chizik hoist the crystal it will kill them
I see your point and I agree it has to sting a lot. Rivalry football means just about everything in the land of gump. Letting a W slip thru your fingers that had Ingram not fumbled and McElroy not fumbled scoring opportunities away, they would have won. To lose like that to your most hated rival, letting them continue on the road to the MNC has gotta sting.I will also add this about AU. They say Miles and the Tigers are lucky, well I contend that AU is just as if not more than lucky. As good as they are, as strong as that performance was to come back, they are very lucky to be 12-0. The SEC is so close at the top the difference between them being 12-0 and 10-2 boils down to 2 Bama fumbles, and 2 LSU dropped passes. Now that's lucky.