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Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:06 AM
 

I'll start with the obligatory "Sorry, if Germans". But saw this shared on FB from a Bama Fan.

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So as we made it to our seats in the stadium, we were early of course, and fast approaching kickoff, the two seats to my left were empty. I noticed that there was an awful lot of crimson surrounding me when two young boys all decked out in their Clemson gear came rushing up the steps. I immediately knew that these would be my next door neighbors for a game that I was certain they would lose.

Slower up the stairs behind them was a man who I suspected was their Dad but was confused because there was literally only two empty seats as far as I could see. I was 4 seats from the isle and was correct when i saw them politely ask the young couple on the end if they could squeeze by. Sure enough, my two neighbors. The Dad had immediately began to give instructions to the two boys about safety and what not to do or say and to behave. Attentively they both nodded and I instantly knew that the Dad was leaving them there unattended.

By this time, he'd made eye contact with me and as I adapted to the situation, it was apparent that I wasn't the only one around me concerned that these two boys (9 and 6 years old) were being left alone, in enemy territory. So quickly to dis-spell the discomfort of him leaving his kids and those rolling eyes around me, I told the Dad, they would be in good hands and that he shouldn't worry about them at all.

He explained to me that they were from SC and that for Christmas, he'd promised his boys that they'd be going to this game and without tickets in hand, had made the trip to Tampa. His story continued that somehow a Bama fan had sold him a pair of club level seats for face value and that now his wife and he would be able to go into the stadium (mom had planned to hang outside of the stadium).

Because of such a good deal, he was now able to afford the boys two tickets and the two club level seats. Good fortune for the whole family allowed everyone to watch the game, albeit the sons in enemy territory.

Now, my first question to Dad was this, why wouldn't you sit with one kid and your wife the other, to which he explained, they are inseparable and do EVERYTHING together and would not have it any other way. Coming from a pretty tight knit family, I got it.

Ok, Cool, two Clemson tiger cubs by me to watch us demolish their team. Again, I assured Dad that they were in very capable hands and I would make sure that their experience was a good one.

Fast forward a bit to the game getting ready to start, we shook hands and made our acquaintances and Dad hurried off to his seat with a big smile and thank you! It was at that point I told the boys that they could cheer on their team but couldn't cheer when something bad happened for or to Bama. As we talked and they informed me about every single player on Clemson's team (believe me they had plenty of knowledge), they began to get comfortable with me.

It was during this time that I took notice at how well mannered they both were, yes sir, no sir, please, and thank you. The anthem and fly over were just getting ready to start and I brought them into a little huddle and explained to them that the people in our military were the reason that we could attend this game and watch it being free. They nodded and agreed and excitedly jumped into their chairs and almost the exact same time, began their salute to our flag. Out of the corner of my eye, I watched them and neither moved, Id bet that neither blinked during the entire singing of that anthem. While the college aged kids behind me laughed and joked and half-way were paying attention to the flag, these two kids never moved.

At that point, I thought to myself, boy, these parents have done an outstanding job! As the game started and Bama jumped out to a 14-0 lead, their faces were extremely disappointed. I huddled them up again, and said "boys, there is an awful lot of ball left to play, its not over". So just those words pepped them back up.

Clemson began to rally and scored and they were right back in it. The smallest one had to go to the bathroom and so did I, so we all three went downstairs. As we got finished, they wanted to get a drink and said that their Dad had given them $10 to buy a large drink that they could share because it had free refills. So I told them that I would buy them each one and to keep their money. Adamantly, they refused and said that their Dad had given specific instructions to buy one drink with that $10.

I told them that I would buy them some food then, to pick out what they wanted. Each of them were beaming with excitement as they decided on what to get the older one explaining the prices to the younger one. They finally decided that they wanted to share some nachos after a quick scuffle about the youngest wanting a hot dog. Needless to say, I wouldn't have any of it and we ended up with 2 nachos, 2 hot dogs, 1 large popcorn, and three drinks.

They were so grateful and you'd think that I had given them a winning lottery ticket. We returned to our seats and Bama had scored again, and sure enough, here comes the disappointment. Again, we huddled and I said again, "boys, there is and awful lot of ball left to play, its not over"

As we got to halftime, and watched the bands, we talked, mostly about Clemson, and they were losing the game but having the time of their lives.

Moving on to the end of the game, I could feel the momentum changing and Clemson getting into the game, Bama's defense was tired and those boys were going nuts. As the teams traded touchdowns, and Bama went up a score, we huddled once more and I said again, "boys, there's an awful lot of ball left to play, its not over".

Dejected both knew they were probably defeated but never lost hope and focused on my words. They got fired up! They got loud! They were the two biggest Clemson fans in that stadium. As Clemson drove the ball down to the goal line and it was apparent that Bama would lose the game, they huddled me up and said, "there's not an awful lot of ball left to play, but its not over"

Of course, Clemson scored and won the game and I wish you all could have seen their joy and excitement. Soon after and with most of the seats around us cleared out, the Dad came bounding up the steps to celebrate with his sons. Pregnant mom was close behind and I stood and watched as they celebrated.

Just before our group left, I told the guys to hold on for a minute and I went down to say congratulations to the boys. As I got there, I saw tears streaming down Dad's face as he hugged those boys. Mom stood by and watched the faces of those kids and she too, began to cry. Both boys ran over and hugged me and said thanks for everything.

I reached into my pocket and handed the youngest back the $10 their Dad had given them for the drink, gave him a wink and told him to put it in his pocket. Lastly, the Dad came over and hugged me as well and was very grateful for looking after his boys.

It was then that I realized, I had gone to the greatest game that Id ever witnessed and my team lost. But it wasn't the teams that played on the field, it was the team of that family that impressed me the most. We lost the game and yeah it sucked, but I couldn't help but think about my son and my family.

I made a vow then, I'll never go to another one without Jack by my side. That is what it is really about. Now, I couldn't even tell you the kids or the Dad's names but what a time we had!!!!! BEST. GAME. EVER. and we lost. ROLL TIDE!!!

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:18 AM
 

#clemsonfamily

That's GREAT!!


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Posted: Jan 19, 2017 12:47 PM
 

Great story...hope it is a true one...even so there are great fans in every stadium and for every team. Go Tigers! I'm sure many Alabama fans saw the emotions of the Clemson fans as they realized we had won. There is nothing like being a Tiger!


Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:20 AM
 

Great story.. After the winning score, My 22 year old son hugged me me with tears and said "We did it Dad" over and over.... We were in the parking lot outsude the stadium.. We were unable to find tickets....GO TIGERS


Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:45 PM
 

Great story! But it's a story... bama fans are nice folks.. but this story is bs.. this day in time you would have to be a idiot to leave your kids.. no matter what.. oh well..southern fiction at its finest..they are nice people and just like us. Hate to say it but I would have called security on that moron for leaving his kids. They need to be at least 16 to leave them alone like that.


You have NO clue if it did or did not happen! Be at least


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:18 PM
 

16 to leave alone? That is BS. I can see every sophomore in high school having a baby sitter when their parents go out to the movie or dinner. Really?

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:22 AM
 

Confetti


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:40 AM
 

That Bama fan is a good man. He could have been aggravated to "baby sit" 2 kids from the enemy but he took the high road and instead celebrated life. Good Man! Plus the fact they have won about 12 (but who's counting) national championships. LOL Proud of this Bama fan.


Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:41 AM
 

Alright, I'll say it...I would never leave my 6 year old son in the hands of a complete stranger! Cool story, and glad the Bama guy was nice, but I couldn't do that!...


Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 7:00 AM
 

Yeah, neither could I. As I read that, all I could think was, "who would do that?"

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:23 AM
 

The 9 year old was there to babysit. But yea that didn't make much sense.


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:34 AM
 

Yea WTF. Who leaves their kids alone in that.


Good question


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 10:15 AM
 

Why didn't Dad sit with one and Mom sit with the other?


Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 14, 2017 8:21 PM
 

Agree totally. Who leaves two little boys alone anywhere even if thousands of people are around them? It seems that this turned out good but this person could have walked right out of the gate with them. When will people learn that child molesters do not walk around with signs announcing themselves as such? They are in your neighborhoods,churches and yes even at ballgames.


My BIL and me were uneasy letting our 12 and 14 year old

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:49 AM
 

Daughters sit together in Bama territory, but they insisted. There was a very nice Bama lady there who sort of took them under her wing. As I have said before, the Bama fans were fine to us. Knowledgeable, complimentary...a little arrogance there, but why wouldn't there be?

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We were there for 3 days

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 7:19 AM
 

I never heard the first derogatory word from anyone in Alabama clothing . Not before game, not during, not after-

While I don't know if I could have left mine alone, it doesn't surprise me that Alabama fans took care of these two. They exhibited nothing during my trip that would have caused me concern

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The Clemson family is what it's all about.

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 7:39 AM
 

Thanks for posting.


Dadgum confetti in my eyes again...


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 7:43 AM
 

Thanks for sharing, another great story from the greatest football game in history!

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The only surprising thing in this post

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:03 AM
 

is that the guy got 2 tickets at face value outside the stadium from a Bama fan. Everything else exemplifies Clemson.

That guy needs to buy a lottery ticket.

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I'm calling BS on this!

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:11 AM
 

They went to the concession stand with the score 14-7 and when they returned Bama had scored again and then it was halftime? The halftime score was 14-7.


Thanks for the TD for me pointing out the inconsistencies in

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:31 AM
 

his story.


I didn't TD your post, but...


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:58 AM
 

did you think that it was maybe late in the half time period when they went to the BR and concessions? It's quite likely that by the time we returned 7 plays had occurred and it was then 17-07?

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That's not the way the story reads because he also mentions

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:12 AM
 

watching the bands at halftime.

Also, who in their right mind would let their 2 kids both under 10 sit together in the Alabama section? One would sit with mom and the other with dad and if they didn't like it then they wouldn't go.

I'm also a little leery of the fact they bought club level seats from an Alabama person for face value at the game. I didn't see a soul selling tickets but I saw a lot of souls trying to buy them.

I'd like to believe it's true but it really doesn't add up for me.


What is truth?

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:16 AM
 

Maybe the story didn't happen like this. But it's about the triumph of the human spirit, and goodness, and that is truth! So maybe this story is even more true than a factual story is true!


So you're saying that maybe the Bama fan made this up to

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:31 AM
 

feel better about losing?


Maybe he's just trying to make this world a better place.***

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:35 AM
 




I find myself agreeing with Prodigal ...***


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Re: I'm calling BS on this!

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 10:19 AM
 

I don't believe anything from FB, it's more like fabrication book.


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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:22 AM
 

and some people on here wonder or roll their eyes when I talk about my son and his sister

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:45 AM
 

There are always trolls, just have to learn to ignore them brother

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:06 AM
 

I know. proud of our Tigers.

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:22 AM
 

Dag gum confetti and onions!!!!


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:29 AM
 

Although I could never have left my young children alone with stranger, I applaud this Alabama fan for stepping up and watching over them. What a great sport, considering the outcome of the game.


This kind of confirms one thing for me

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:31 AM
 

I felt the Bama fans were probably more entertained watching us celebrate like we'd never won a football game before than if they had won the game themselves. Well obviously, we have won a lot of games, but it's been 35 years since we won one THIS big and probably half the Tiger fans in that stadium weren't even born yet to be able to see the first won. I know I'd never seen us celebrate like that before. Go Tigers!!!


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:33 AM
 

#### confetti...

I would be hesitant about leaving my kids with strangers but the fact that they were sitting in Club level means the people around them are probably good folks. #### as much as tickets cost for the most part the stadium was probably full of outstanding people both Clemson and Bama.

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:51 AM
 

Sound logic... Because people (I realize this particular CU family paid face value) can afford to pay 3k per ticket they are good people.

Makes sense. Only the UDP's are bad people

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:06 AM
 

Not at all what I said but the odds of them being educated and not trashy folk are higher.


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Yeah, he probably played the odds well with his kids.


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:08 AM
 

Good job, Dad.


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:17 PM
 




Props to Bama fan, but DHR should be called on dad

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:36 AM
 

Who in their right mind leaves 2 children under 10 to be watched by strangers for 4 hours?! Bad and reckless parenting.


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more good stuff

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 10:10 AM
 

keep it rolling

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 8:47 AM
 

Thanks for sharing. Great story.


not wishing to be overly cynical, but that Dad is sooooo

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:26 AM
 

lucky his kids didn't wind up duct-taped in the back of a white-panel van.


Hope this is true. If so, it is great to know


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:35 AM
 

this man was so gracious and kind!

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I had a chance to go to the game, but passed it up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:40 AM
 

because my son wouldn't be able to go with me. The Bama guy is right - it just wouldn't be same without my son there too.

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But it would be the same if you brought your son with

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:52 AM
 

you, but didn't sit with him?


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 10:31 AM
 

I had no idea , child abductors would pay a grand to get into a crowd of 70 thousand to
look for a child to harm . Long way to the gate trying to hold a screaming 6 year old .

A lot safer than your local movie theatre .

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Whoa nelly KJ. Who said anything about abduction?


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 10:34 AM
 

Just talking about it being tough to enjoy the game with your son, when you're not with your son.


Best option: go to game and sit with son

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:40 AM
 

second best option: both go to game, but not sit together
third best option: take son down and let him go in by himself
not an option: go to game and leave son at home

side note: son had missed too much school due to an extended illness - so he absolutely could not go to Tampa...

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Same here. We were going together or watching together at home..

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Posted: Jan 14, 2017 2:48 AM
 

So home it was.

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Dang! I teared up while reading that

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 10:32 AM
 

uh......I mean my eyes were starting to sweat a little bit, probably due to the hot temperature in the room I was in. :)

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:05 AM
 

That was indeed a heart-warming story. For me, having raised 3 kids, we never even considered letting out kids out of our sight in any crowd. We always had to chaperone our kids, or they did not go anywhere. We would never have let that situation occur.

As for Bama fans, having worked in Bama for 10 years, they are extremely cordial fans. They love their football, but they are not mean to anyone save Auburn fans (and the opposite holds true too). They are pretty much very nice people to be around. My old motorcycle riding buddy from B'ham has not congratulated me yet though, but other Bama fans have. I hope he didn't jump off a bridge on the way back from the game. I asked some others to check on him. I told him CLEMSON would beat Bama prior to the game, which might cause him additional grief.


Lawd help our cynical nation! Reading some of the replies


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:07 AM
 

goodness gracious.

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Sooo.. how do we know if you're


Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:51 AM
 

really Scott Rhymer?

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Whoever TD the OP should be banned right after...

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 11:49 AM
 

he carries a good old fashion butt kicking. Commie turd.

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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 12:03 PM
 

This is awesome! Thnx for posting. Not gonna lie......had me a bit watery in the eyes.


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 12:13 PM
 

Very Touching!


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 12:27 PM
 

Now that's a Story that could become a Movie! Thanks for sharing it.


This is 1 of the GREATEST football stories ever told! Scott

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I have the screencap so that it can be posted via pic on twitter, etc if you want it. If not may I share it? Also, I have a mattel football that works and 1 of you guys said theirs didnt work. Trying to give mine to whichever 1 that was. AWESOME STORY!


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Re: This is 1 of the GREATEST football stories ever told! Scott


Posted: Jan 14, 2017 8:03 PM
 

We have 13 year old twins and a 7 year old. My husband and I had to sit separate and divide the kids b/c we couldn't find 5 seats together. They LOVE being together at the home games, but we would have never left them alone at a game like that! And glad we didn't! The Alabama fans all around myself and 13 yr old twins old were completely wasted and brought in pint sized liquor bottles and never stopped drinking and could barely stand up by halftime. The language was awful and it got ugly at the end when they knew we were going to at least tie or win it. Plus, the bathroom issue. I would never let my kids go to the bathroom alone at a game of that magnitude! Each time we went to the concession stand, I witnessed so many drunks who could barely walk. 13 is old enough in familiar territory and people at Clemson, but not at that game.

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 12:57 PM
 

My young son and I sat in the Bama section last year. At one point in the game, the sweet lady to my sons left was trying to cheer him up when Bama pulled ahead in the 4th quarter. I'm confident they were people I could have left my kids with. However, can't imagine I would ever do so. In my experience, Bama fans are some of the kindest I've ever met.


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 1:49 PM
 




The inconsistencies in the story can be explained

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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 6:24 PM
 

by the author just getting their fg confused about when it happened. That's understandable, as I'm sure he hasn't watched the replay of the game (as I couldn't last year).

The thing I don't understand is how does he forget the names of the kids that he shared that moment with? That doesn't make sense to me.


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Posted: Jan 13, 2017 9:52 PM
 

This is a heart warming story but honestly I could not get through each sentence without thinking about some guy just leaving a 6 year old and a nine year old alone with strangers for 4 hours.


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Re: Facebook Post From Bama Fan Sums It Up

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Posted: Jan 14, 2017 8:28 PM
 

Great article, thanks for posting that. TU!


Truth

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Posted: Jan 17, 2017 11:36 AM
 

I see all the comments questioning the credibility of this story and I am 100% aware that just because I'm saying this, it doesn't in any way validate it, but the guy that originally posted this on Facebook is a very good friend of mine, and my brother was at the game with him. I have no doubt the story is legitimate. Yes, some of the exact details may be a little off because he didn't post anything about his experience until he was back at his home the day after the game. I know that people will still doubt it and me verifying it does nothing as far as credibility, but I just wanted to let you all know that. Clemson played a HECK of a game. You guys definitely deserved it, and congratulations to you all.


Sorry for the TD.


Posted: Jan 17, 2017 11:41 AM
 

You seem honest so I'll be honest with you. I only TD those who are not Clemson fans. I have giving a precious few TD's in my time here. I have never TDed a Clemson fan no matter how horrible they have trashed our team's players or coaches.

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Posted: Jan 19, 2017 1:00 PM
 

I'd love to send this guy a thank you. Please T-mail the FB page if you're OK with doing that.

Great story.


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Posted: Jan 17, 2017 12:44 PM
 

Irresponsible parents...It ended well but who lets there 9 and 6 years make parental decisions for them.I laugh each time I see couples on HGTV house hunters buy a house based upon their dog liking it or not...Plus the parents put a lot of responsbility for caring for their boys on a stranger and except them to be there 4+ hours with no money for food. What does $10 buy you? One Drink! Great ending and wonderfull story but it could have turned out bad!


dear Bama fan: BEST. DAD. EVER.


Posted: Jan 19, 2017 12:57 PM
 

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