Georgia Southern Serves Up Gator In Its Dining Halls To Celebrate Last Week’s Victory

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Back from Thanksgiving break, and with the greatest day in school history still fresh in the minds of students and administrators alike, Georgia Southern University isn’t even close to finished celebrating their improbable win over the Florida Gators two weekends ago. I’m not exactly sure what Georgia Southern students have been doing for the last week, but I assume south Georgia has run out of Keystone Light and that quite a few Thanksgiving dinners were ruined by what had to the be the apexes of many students’ weeklong celebratory drinking binges.

“MY DECISION TO GO TO GEORGIA SOUTHERN HAS BEEN VALIDATED FOREVER BY THIS WIN! FUCK YEAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!”

*Jumps onto table*

*Punts turkey*

*Flips off grandma*

*Kisses hottest cousin*

*Passes out on top of remaining food*

*Pees pants*

Now that Georgia Southern is back in session, today’s lunch is something of a special commemorative meal, serving up, what else, alligator.

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Not only was gator on the menu, but the students are being served their lizard feast by school president Brooks Keel and Georgia Southern head football coach Jeff Monken.

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Of course, while Monken is serving cafeteria lunch to celebrate a career defining victory, Florida coach Will Muschamp is still being served a $200 lunch, even after failing to drag his injury-riddled team to bowl eligibility. Is it ironic that, given all this, Monken’s current seat is actually hotter than Muschamp’s? Not really, Monken’s seat is just next to the deep friers, is all. Though he doesn’t get to sit in it for long. Breaks are only five minutes during lunch rush.

Soak it up, Georgia Southern fans. Now that you’re all back together, I motion that you throw one last celebratory rager in honor of the victory. The party theme? Every time someone passes you a beer, drop it.

h/t to @Mkutka

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