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There's a "Saban Went Down To Texas" Song

And here it is. Alabama fans Ken Cobb and Christopher Scott created this parody of “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” by the Charlie Daniels Band to celebrate Saban and Manziel's recent battles...

Originally published on SECRant.com

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Itreallydoesmatter - 12 months ago
has potential
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lsutothetop - 12 months ago
You're killing your father, Larry.
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Crimson Legend - 12 months ago
This is why rednecks and technology don't mix. This is the worst idea since Deer Hunter.
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thatdude1985 - 12 months ago
Well this is just terrible.
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Lime Cat - 12 months ago
Larrrrrry Leoooooooo
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87BAMAGRAD - 12 months ago
This is a terrible story about a terrible song Larry. Please delete for the good of all.
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