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Discussion: College Football Rivalries

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Jan. 15, 2010
Men's 60
993 posts
College Football Rivalries
When I posted a joke a week or so ago about "Going to the BCS Championship", I was really hoping that others would post their area jokes about their favorite teams and rivalries. Instead, the post took off in another very interesting direction. So, one more time if I may. A couple of examples:

An Alabama guy driving his truck a bit too fast with an Auburn passenger. Driver states that there seems to be trouble with his left blinker. Passenger is encouraged to crawl out of truck into bed, lean over tailgate and check out the tail-light.. With great dexterity he crawls out the window, down the side of the truck and into the bed. He yells that he is ready. Driver yells back, O.K., check it now. Auburn player's response: yes, no, yes, no, yes, no!

In the interest of fairness:

How do you get an Alabama player off your front porch. Simple: pay him for the pizza and ask him to leave.

Are there others? Please, keep them clean!
Jan. 15, 2010
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
why are Tennessee colors bright orange,so they can be used on the weekends for trash detail.
Jan. 15, 2010
Men's 60
873 posts
Whats the most common thing you will hear from a USC Grad?

Would you like fries with that?
Jan. 15, 2010
Men's 65
1943 posts
Just before the 2009 Holiday Bowl was played (Nebraska 33 - Arizona 0), a real treat for the ASU fans everywhere!

Tucson News Report: Football practice in Tucson was delayed on Monday for nearly two hours. One of the offensive players, while on his way to the locker room, happened to look down and notice a suspicious looking, unknown, white powdery substance on the practice field. The head coach, Mike Stoops, immediately suspended practice while the FBI was called in to investigate. After a complete field analysis, the FBI determined that the white substance unknown to the players was the goal line. Practice was resumed when the FBI decided that the team would not be likely to encounter the substance again.
Jan. 15, 2010
Men's 60
1024 posts
Pitt-West Virginia True story got the public address announcer fired at Pitt stadium. He gets on the stadium address system and announces the owner of a tractor with West Virginia license plates EIEIO you left your lights on. Same game announces Pitt Stadium is a smoke free facility, no cigarettes, cigars or Corn cob pipes
Jan. 15, 2010
Men's 55
412 posts
I.U. and Purdue guys are attending the game and both go to the bathroom and take a pea, the Purdue guy goes to wash his hands and the I.U. zips and starts to leave when Purdue says "Hey at our school they teach us to wash our hands" and the I.U. guy says "At our school they teach us Not to pea on our hands".
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