For those of you who were not at the Ole Miss Game or didn't listen on the radio, much has been made of the playing of "Crank That" by Soulja Boy in Sanford Stadium at a key point during the game which helped lead the dawgs to victory. If the Redcoat Band plays "Crank That" at the next home game, Kyle King over at DawgSports.com has made this promise:
I want this to happen, so much so that I am willing to put my money where my mouth is, much as Vince Dooley did when he told the 1976 Bulldogs that, if they won the S.E.C. championship and beat Georgia Tech, he would shave his head. (They did and he did.)
I'm not going to shave my head, but I will make this promise. If, at the next Georgia home game (against Troy on November 3), the Redcoat Band plays "Crank That" and the crowd participates in the dance as part of an orchestrated effort, I will learn this dance, tape myself doing it, post it on YouTube, and publish the YouTube clip here at Dawg Sports.
Write your band director. Write your athletic director. Write your Congressman. Make this happen.
This will be comedy gold!
I bring all this up to point out the best Comment ever received here at DOTWU (granted we don't receive very many) that was posted a couple of days ago in response to the Foster's and Corona post:
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The forces of Mexico and Australia handled Bama, and Soulja Boy led us to triumph over Ole Miss. How are these mysterious forces linked?
10/02/2007 8:19 AM
Just to clarify; Speedy = Mexico/Corona & Taz = Australia/Fosters (Tasmania is an Australian island and state of the same name)
So, Victory at UT should be as simple as drinking a Foster's & Corona and listening to "Crank That" at some point during the game. Easy enough...
Also, with that looming game in Jacksonville in the back or our minds, Chad has made a "don't taze me bro" t-shirt after that UF douche bag. Check it out here: Don't Taze Me Bro!