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    I'm sure there are a million of these and I'm too hungover to read them.

    To have the team that you care about play in a national championship is incredible. To see that team win one is more incredible. To see that happen against a true dynasty with one second left bumps it up another level.

    I cried last night and I've cried today. Whatever that makes me, so be it. I still kill an ass of turkeys.

    It is, and has always been a great day to be a Clemson Tiger.
    "Its a damn disease is what it is" Dean Mundhenke

    "Keep their heads ringin" - Dr. Dre

    "The first turkey that ever came to me on the ground did it a long time ago. I sat there with my hands shaking and my breath short and my heart hammering so hard I could not understand why he could not hear it. The last turkey that came to me last spring had exactly the same effect, and the day that this does not happen to me is the day that I quit."
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    6:04 Go Tigers

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    great picture, love them tigers!been along time coming

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    And you had great seats to boot, are the majority of fans headed back today?
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    In my heart I know big E is God's limo driver. I think he wears a wrangler fire Suit. Sometimes I'd like to think he lets Paul walker put a Nos bottle in the trunk. My heart is too full to type any more.

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    Same here Boozer. To have Jill and the boys there to share it with made it even sweeter for me. Words can't describe it.







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    Feetdown, Best part of those seats is the final touchdown was right in your corner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    Same here Boozer. To have Jill and the boys there to share it with made it even sweeter for me. Words can't describe it.



    Nicely done Feets. Nicely, done. They will never forget that night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by trkykilr View Post
    I still kill an ass of turkeys.
    Lol, what?

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    I absolutely will NOT admit to crying.

    Its a great day to be a Tiger.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJP View Post
    Feetdown, Best part of those seats is the final touchdown was right in your corner!
    Yes it was. Perfect!
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    Viper is a good stand. If I was given one I'd take it. Then I'd hacksaw that shooting rail off of it and use it to beat poor people.
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    I like to kill things. The end

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    I absolutely will NOT admit to crying.

    EVERYDAY is a great day to be a Tiger.
    Fifya 2th
    Gettin old is for pussies! AND MY NEW TRUE people say like Capt. Tom >>>>>>>>>/
    "Wow, often imitated but never duplicated. No one can do it like the master. My hat is off to you DRDUCK!"

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    I went with my dad and wife. We had a blast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    I absolutely will NOT admit to crying.

    Its a great day to be a Tiger.
    OR bragging that you can kill an ass of turkeys (not hard)

    go tigers. happy for you fellas

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    [QUOTE=DJP;2279484]I went with my dad and wife. We had a blast!

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    I see your Dad is still cool as ever. But I am still pretty sure I wouldn't cry at a football game.
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    My BIL. Huge fan. Wife's family are as well. I don't think I've ever seen him that happy.
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    Look!!...Quack, Quack...Boom, DAMMIT!

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    [QUOTE=4THEGIRLS;2279521]
    Quote Originally Posted by DJP View Post
    I went with my dad and wife. We had a blast!

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    I see your Dad is still cool as ever. But I am still pretty sure I wouldn't cry at a football game.
    I make no comment as to any crying!
    I will say that even the opening with the anthem and flyover was very moving.

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    IMG_20170110_090215_350.jpg that was by far the greatest game I've ever watched!

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    Mike, Mike, and the Big Hun!
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    There is something very wrong if the team winning or losing a game causes a grown ass man to cry.

    Period.
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    Go tigers!

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    I have never understood how a football game could bring about tears for a FAN as at the end of the day it is still a footbal game. That being said, it was as big a moment especially for those who are really investment into Clemson(graduate or student). I can see how more reasonable emotions could be outpoured. I am no clemson fan but it brought a smile to my face to see my wife that excited. Congratulations all.
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    I didn't go all the way to crying but a tear or two rolled down my cheeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebighun View Post
    IMG_20170110_090215_350.jpg that was by far the greatest game I've ever watched!
    Bitch Ima Tiger!
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    Viper is a good stand. If I was given one I'd take it. Then I'd hacksaw that shooting rail off of it and use it to beat poor people.
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    I like to kill things. The end

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