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This is how long the line was at Bryant-Denny Stadium to get a Nick Saban autograph on Alabama's Fan Day...
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How many people in that line can even read to know if he signed it or not?
Reply28 months
Finally got bama beat!!!!!...that signing line is not nearly as long as at the concessions or bathrooms at a game in tiger stadium........
Reply28 months
The jealousy and hate for Alabama and Nick Saban on TD.com is funny to watch
Reply28 months
Autographs are dumb
Reply28 months
I loved him in "The Hobbit"
Reply28 months
I went to ours the year after we won the title and his line was that long here. Also Justin Vincent had a insane long line. I was able to get autographs from about 9-10 future pro players including Bowe, Addai, Landry, Davis, Hester, and more because of those lines.
Reply28 months
Just further cements the opinion everyone else has of the life of Gumps

Or no life, if you will
Reply28 months
@jdrn21 - Yes, winning championships is what happens in Tuscaloosa. 3 of the last 5 reside there, with a great shot this year to go 4 of last 6.

Congrats on your SEC Titles though, I'm sure that's what people will talk about when they look back on this time period in 20 years. We did not win it last year, nor in 2010. Still doesn't make the DYNASTY any less real.
Reply28 months
win championships?? how many SEC titles in the past 5 years??? would that be considered a dynasty

also, what championships were won last year?? I guess that means the dynasty is over....
Reply28 months
I still have a Saban autographed book he wrote while at LSU. How much you think I could get a Tide fan to pay up to get it?
Reply28 months
but but but.....we do have alot to do in Tuscaloosa......
Reply28 months
@kjntgr - Yea there is. Watch our team win Championships. It's called a Dynasty. It's usually rewarded with people wanting your autograph.
Reply28 months
shite will be gold in 30 yrs
Reply28 months
@Signal Soldier, or Satan
Reply28 months
It's not every day you get to meet God
Reply28 months
Get a life
Reply28 months
Wow, not a lot to do in t town I see
Reply28 months
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