OT: Rivalry Week Other Games

Well shit, I had to make this after Ole Miss just got served some hot and fresh instant karma.

What a start. Lol

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That shit was hilarious.

Waiting for Muschamp's post-game response after losing by 100 to Clemsux on Saturday.

He gets canned this offseason, right?

Amateur superstar and idiot extraordinaire.

Nope, too much money. ? 20 million buy out? More likely new OC.
AD Tanner is getting in deep if no changes are made......
Fans are pissed.

Correct. USC is just as dumb as VT regarding extensions and buyout price.

Whoa now, Fuente turned around memphis and was winning. USC hired a failed coach. There is a difference, one is stupid and then other lit their pants on fire.

You right.

That was the wildest ending drive to a game I have ever seen. There were multiple almost touchdowns/interceptions on one drive. Good grief.

There's always a lighthouse. There's always a man. There's always a city.

I love the Egg Bowl. The ending is normally crazy, the result rarely makes sense, and both teams hate each other so much

"That move was slicker than a peeled onion in a bowl of snot." -Mike Burnop

Falcons have recovered three onside kicks. First one called back for offside but they are still in this game.

Moore for Ole Miss is going to have to go into witness protection after that nonsense. There is so much hate already surrounding that rivalry and to blow the game by literally pissing it away... That kid is going to get death threats.

I just don't understand why he'd pull that celebration out.

I mean, I get it, rival. ... But.... At that moment?!?

Almost as bad as fumbling in overtime.

DK Metcalf did the same thing a few years back during the Egg Bowl. Apparently it is a thing. There is surprising amount of hate in this series.

How are Northwestern and Purdue paying their coaches north of 5 million each and their seasons look like this? Purdue with 4 wins and NW with 2.

Wet stuff on the red stuff.

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Michigan can't get out of their own way

Cuse is beating up on Wake. Good news for our bowl positioning.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Ohio State might be pretty good this year.

Michigan fans must be frustrated as hell. No way they can make a better hire on paper than Harbaugh, but he can't get them over the top.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Michigan needs to stop living in the past and trying to hire a "Michigan Man." Harbaugh was a great hire on paper at the time, but he isn't recruiting or coaching at a level to compete with Ohio State right now. Although it will be interesting to see how Day does at OSU a few years from now. He could be the next Lincoln Riley or the next Larry Coker. Time will tell.

The Michigan-OSU game is the most overrated game across all sports. At least UVA kept it close during the last few years of the streak. Michigan is consistently blown out, it's pretty pathetic and The Game doesn't deserve the hype it gets year after year for how shit the on field product consistently is.

To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
@BuryHokie #ThanksFrank

Talk about an uncommon scoreline. Syracuse wins 39-30 OT.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Shoutout to Syracuse for laying down extra points to help us have better footing over Wake for bowl positioning.

It's snowing at the Wisconsin Minnesota game and I am 100% here for it.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

I don't care if Alabama comes back and wins they don't belong anywhere near the playoff discussion without Tua.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

I chuckled that a Saban-lead team lost the game due to a coaching error. "Too many men of the field" would likely be the fault of someone pretty far down the coaching tree. The head coach gets the glory; the head coach gets the blame.

Ut Prosim Ad Dei Gloriam

Penn State struggling mightily with Rutgers to throw gas on the James Franklin out rumors.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Apparently defense was optional today at the Iron Bowl...

Fuck Notre Dame. C'mon Stanford

Pulling for the Fightin' Dudes to hand Narduzzi another L and make that loss slightly less embarrassing.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Auburn's black magic voodoo is on a whole different tier.

I recently read a nonfiction account of a murder in Alabama called "Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee". It's a fascinating read, and one of the most interesting points to me was how strongly voodoo is still rooted in parts of Alabama. Maybe this is common knowledge, but I'd honestly never thought about it before.

"Tajh Boyd over the middle . . . and it's caught for an interception! Michael Cole, lying flat on his back, ARE YOU KIDDING???"

So this is the best Iron Bowl since the Kick Six and the Newton Comeback Game before that.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Alabama has been the most dominant program over the past decade yet they have never been able to recruit a solid kicker? This haunts them ever year. It's hilarious.

Another white bronco? The first one didn't go too far.

The kickers probably aren't used to getting their number called so far away from the end zone.

He only attempted 9 FGs all season, 2 of which were today

And down goes Bama. No playoffs. Finally.

I LOVED it! I respect Alabama and Nick Saban for his success, but I am tired of them being in the playoff. They did not win their division nor are they going to the SEC championship, and I am tired of Bama's apologists and spin doctors trying to convince a weary nation to that Bama "deserves" to be in the playoff regardless.

Alabama goes 10-2 but has no ranked wins.

Seems impossible for an SEC West team the way people talk about that conference.

It's worse than that. Their best win is southern miss.

Just for fun, I looked up the records of the teams Alabama beat.

Southern Miss, Texas A&M, Tennessee are 7-5
Mississippi State is 6-6
Duke is 5-7
USCe and Ole Miss are 4-8
Western Carolina is 3-9 FCS
New Mexico State and Arkansas are 2-10

Then they lost to 12-0 LSU and 9-3 Auburn.

Just to compare to another team, I guess the fairest comparison would be to Auburn.

Alabama and Oregon are 10-2.
Texas A&M is 7-5
Mississippi State, Tulane, and Kent State are 6-6
Samford is 5-7 FCS
Ole Miss is 4-8
Arkansas is 2-10

They lost to 12-0 LSU, 11-1 Georgia, and 10-2 Florida.

On the other hand, Auburn plays five top 10 teams and all three losses to top 10- LSU, UGA, and FL. Imagine three top 5 teams on schedule every year as a starting point. Hardest schedule in America every year, hands down, during Gus' tenure

Nick Saban had some all-time gif-able rage moments today.

Amateur superstar and idiot extraordinaire.

LSU is trying to prove they should get the #1 ranking back.

Lol LSU clearly remembers last year.

That game gave us the OT rules that led to our win over UNC.

I remember watching that one last year. Real bad game to say "I'll go to bed after this one's over".

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

Pittsburgh loses to Boston College, and Miami loses to Duke. Classic acc fuckery

This is why the Hokies must, MUST get their shit together. We have a window of opportunity next year that will lose quickly. Miami, Duke, GT, Pitt, and UVa will be dumpster fires next year. UNC will be closing the gap, but they're probably on a 2021-2022 timeline. The Coastal will be ripe for the taking.

Leonard. Duh.


Damn NCST is bad.

Wet stuff on the red stuff.

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Literally not having an actual QB and most of your defense in a MASH unit will do that.

Leonard. Duh.

Was listening to the iron bowl on the radio and damn what a crazy game and a wild ending no way going in I would've bet on the over being that the line was 50 but what a fun game and thank God no Alabama near the playoffs this year

Directions from Blacksburg to whoville, go north till you smell it then go east until you step in it

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Romanes Eunt Domus

So we gonna paint tiger stripes on the Hokie bird if we get matched up against them in the citrus bowl?

Do they even teach Bush Jumping 101 at Auburn?

Girl gets stuck in a bush after Auburn vs Alabama game from r/WatchPeopleDieInside

Edit: From further down in the reddit post...

So I actually know that girl and what makes it even better is that drunk kid (actually high out of his mind) is her boyfriend. He took off and didn't realize what had happened to her.

They are using that branch as their Christmas tree this year!


Edit 2: Found a tweet:

If you're not sure if my comment warrants a "/s", it probably does.

She wasn't the only one...

If you're not sure if my comment warrants a "/s", it probably does.

She gone!

To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
@BuryHokie #ThanksFrank

So I was at the Iron Bowl this year. Needless to say it was a crazy environment and an even crazier game.

My wife and I were 12 rows up and helped storm the field afterward. Let me tell you something about those bushes people were jumping into. THEY HURT! It's holly and feels like daggers. I don't know how the women jumping straight into it did it.

Also chucked a good amount of toilet paper in Toomer's Corner afterward.

Such an awesome experience.

Of course I talk to myself, sometimes I need expert advice.

Saw Auburn beat #1 UGA a couple years ago in Jordan Hare. Afterward a dad tossed his infant kid over the hedges to his buddy. His buddy was yelling "Send It". Great place to see a game. Some of the best bush in the country.