Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by 4DemBuffs, Oct 31, 2009.
My ex went to UT. Gotta love them Vols.
Their jerseys are awesome, imo.
They were saying before the game that they had called for a black-out and the football team was joining in and decided to wear the black jerseys. It does look like brown at first glance though.
Wow, I can't believe there's empty seats at Neyland.
When I went to Knoxville I was surprised how much support there is for the team. Wal-greens had an entire section of Vols gear. Must have taken about 1/20 of the store.
The support of the UT-Knoxville > UT-Austin.
I've been to both cities. The south takes their football a lot more seriously. It's not even close.
When were you in Austin last? Not sure I agree....
For the CU vs Texas game.
People go to church wearing UT-Knox gear in the OFF-season.
Probably a hell of a lot more to do in Austin than Knoxville...and, not sure that the IQs favorably compare...sort of like the old Colorado vs Nebraska argument...
oh yea!? but, who is more orange? UT or TU? or is it TU or UT? or is it UT or UT? or is it TU or TU?
pumpkin wearin bastards....
Even if Austin does have a higher IQ average than Knoxville, what do the IQ's have to do with how good the fan support is?
anyone wanna get this thrown into the political forum? :lol:
edit....not talking about anything you did, CB. its has to do with a response i could go with and does not directly have anything to do with you. :sorry:
Just my theory, but the bigger dumbass you are, which incorporates a limited grasp of the finer things in life, then it is much more likely that you will be fully commited to only one thing (ie, football). Thus, the smarter folks in Austin will not show up at church in the off-season wearing Horn garb, because they are much more sophisticated, and their interests include things other than football. While, the dumb-ass folks in Knoxville (or Lincoln, or Norman, or fill-in-the-blank) live and die with their college football team of choice. Again...just my theory....
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