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Alabama Fans Enjoyed A Whole Mess Of Porn After The Sugar Bowl Loss

Alabama Fans Enjoyed A Whole Mess Of Porn After The Sugar Bowl Loss

January 1, 2015 was a great day if you hate the SEC or love the Buckeyes. The day was terrible if you were a Crimson Tide fan. Cardale Jones and company waltzed into the Superdome in New Orleans and carved through the vaunted Saban defense like a hot knife through butter.

Let’s relive it because we can:

Not a pretty sight for our friends down in Tuscaloosa. Presumably, Bama fans drank heavily to console themselves after the loss. AL.com also found out that fans watched a whole mess of porn after getting beat by Cardale Jones and co.

We reached out to Pornhub several weeks ago about getting some statewide statistics on pornography usage in the state of Alabama and were not disappointed.

But on January 1 of this year, just as the Buckeyes clinched the Sugar Bowl title – securing their spot in the National Championship – Alabama found condolence deep in the heart of the internet, where preferences are free and judgment is at a bare minimum.

Immediately following the game, traffic from the state of Alabama exceeded use on an average day by around 90%.

And a handy dandy chart for the reading impaired friends in Alabama:

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Pornhub didn’t mention what were the most popular search terms during the spike hours, but I have a few thoughts on what they were.

• Cousins get curious
• Women with no teeth get banged hard
• Kristen Saban’s sex tape
• Harvey UpDyke poisons two Auburn babes with his cum

While Bama didn’t win the game, they won the porn war.

[via AL.com]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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