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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by auburnhale, Apr 3, 2008.
Which one is the greatest?
How in the world...
Can you vote for Oklahoma vs. Texas!!!! Cmon....:laugh:
You've got to be kidding me, Florida vs Georgia is the nation's #1 rivalry. The Dogs are always Gator food. :laugh:
Hands down OSU beating Michigan!
LOL. The Gator's are always Tiger food. The kick is up....and it's good!!!lol.
the picture of my head in a gator's mouth is not symbolic.
When it comes to outright hatred...i have to vote for Bama and Auburn.
I should have picked other.
Michigan vs Michigan State!
You must be a State fan because only State fans would say that. I grew up in Michigan and UofM vs Ohio St. is a way bigger rivalry. I would say the biggest in the country.
Now I must go purge myself for even typing that vile name of Ohio St.
Syracuse vs Penn State
I don't know, Exeter University vs Plymouth University? But of course they play a different kind of football - a round ball, and feet only (except for the goal-keeper).
Seriously though, do you mean which two teams have the most rivalry between them? Or "Which two teams, playing against one another, produce the most enjoyable game to watch"?
My choice too, but how could you make such a foolish statement. Georgia slammed Fla. hard in the swamp last year!
A couple of weeks ago, I was at a place in Gulf Shores called Live Bait and I was proudly wearing my Auburn Alumni baseball cap.
Live bait is a rabidly Bama-centric place. They even have a portrait of the O.D.D. up on the wall.
Well, it didn't take too long before one of the guys in the band noticed my hat and, soon, the whole place was giving me a hard time.
Everybody at the bar looked at me to see what I was going to say.
I just said "Six in a row, baby. Six in a row" and the place was silent. Not much they can say to that.
Hey, here's a couple for you:
Q: What do Alabama fans and maggots have in common?
A: They can both live off the carcass of a dead bear for years.
Q: What do the Auburn Tigers and the moon have in common?
A: They both control the tide.
Of the ones listed, I'd go for the Army Navy game.
Personally, it's Stanford v Berkeley (Red v Blue).
The first. Depending on who's involved massive amounts of beer\money hang in the balance due to bets being made in a game.
I haven't been following college football long enough to know of the "greatest", but...
Kansas/Missouri topped all last year.
And of course, LSU vs. the world.