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This appeared on Reddit today. It's LSU's Pistol Pete Maravich giving a pair of middle fingers to an Alabama crowd as he walked off the court in 1970. By the way, in 1970 he averaged 44.5 points per game. Awesome...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Apparently, he scored more points on Bama than he was allowed to.
Reply32 months
I agree with this after going to Tuscaloosa for several games
Reply32 months
A little known fact is that while he gave the double bird he screamed out, "Suck that Tiger dick, BITCH!!!!"
Reply32 months
Is this the game when he dropped 69 on Bama?
Reply32 months
This happened 43 years ago and is news today? Uhhhh...
Reply32 months
btw, great job, Larry..

best work yet, imo
Reply32 months
I Came
Reply32 months
This is incredible.
Reply32 months
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