Home Depot in Tuscaloosa has aisles numbered by championship years

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Via @BoHicks

You read that right. There are no aisle numbers in the Tuscaloosa Home Depot, only years of all 14 National Championships. This is the most SEC thing ever. Alabama’s craziness knows no bounds.

H/T @gbdawkins

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    1. doctj

      Sorry, T-Bone, but the poll was held BEFORE the bowl games back in 1973, and BAMA was, indeed, the 1973 National Champion, despite Notre Dame lucking out in a torrential downpour and beating them in teh Sugar Bowl.
      BTW, I was there, huddled under a passageway out of the rain. I was talking to a Catholic priest as they introduced the teams. Ara Parsegian was head coach at ND then, as I remember, and it was raining so hard when he came on the field that you could only see a blur where he was standing. When they announced, “And from the University of Alabama, Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant” the rqain stopped like somebody threw a switch. The priest looked at me and said, “If they WIN tonight, I’m converting to Southern Baptist!” Guess God heard that and let ND win!

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  6. Rie

    I have lived in Tuscaloosa all my life. Ten years ago a tornado hit in the area where I live off 69 South, but that one does not aprocme to the mass devastation of this one. Places that have been here since my childhood days are gone. Tuscaloosa will never look the same in these areas. I work at the hospital here and was off sick the day the tornado hit. If the tornado would have hit the hospital it would have been devastating. Thanks to all the people from all over that have come to our great state of Alabama to help out. You just don’t know how much these means to the people of Tuscaloosa and the other areas of the state. God Bless each and every one of you. Thanks to President OBama for coming to our city and also a big thanks to Charlie Sheen also. Please continue to keep our great state in your prayers. Alabama the Beautiful will be Alabama the Beautiful again soon, thanks to all the volunteers.

  7. Stefan

    I have lived in Tuscaloosa all my life. Ten years ago a tornado hit in the area where I live off 69 South, but that one does not mpocare to the mass devastation of this one. Places that have been here since my childhood days are gone. Tuscaloosa will never look the same in these areas. I work at the hospital here and was off sick the day the tornado hit. If the tornado would have hit the hospital it would have been devastating. Thanks to all the people from all over that have come to our great state of Alabama to help out. You just don’t know how much these means to the people of Tuscaloosa and the other areas of the state. God Bless each and every one of you. Thanks to President OBama for coming to our city and also a big thanks to Charlie Sheen also. Please continue to keep our great state in your prayers. Alabama the Beautiful will be Alabama the Beautiful again soon, thanks to all the volunteers.

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