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Do Alabama fans work in any other industries outside of stadium construction? It seems as though every week, we have another story like this.
Anyway, the title is true. Alabama fans have struck again, and this time the target was LSU’s Tiger Stadium. It has been a rough offseason for the Crimson Tide. It all started with a ‘Bama fan working the Kyle Field renovations who lost his job after hanging an Alabama flag off the side of the stadium. Recently, we witnessed the waddling of the Tide, as countless Alabama fans shuffled their feet as quickly as possible to get a box of shit signed by King Saban.
Today, we discovered an Alabama fan allegedly left his mark on the roof of Tiger Stadium when he installed a drain cover with the signature Alabama “A” in the center.
From Bama Hammer:
This Facebook post seems to indicate that someone involved in work on the expansion of LSU Tiger Stadium wants to take the rivalry to another level. The photo in the post shows a drain cap on the roof of the stadium imprinted with the Alabama ‘Script A’ logo.
The Facebook post in question has since been removed, but a photo of the drain is still readily available.
Leave it to ‘Bama fans to leave their mark on every SEC stadium possible. While I admire their support and enthusiasm, I do wonder why the University of Alabama is the only school that has fans who pull these stunts. They are a special breed in Tuscaloosa.
Just be glad your beloved oaks are still alive, LSU.
[via Bama Hammer]
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