Once every couple of years, I feel the need to make the pilgrimage up I-65 to Tuscaloosa and watch the Crimson Tide play football in person at Bryant-Denny Stadium.This year was one of those years. All the stars lined up right and a ticket ended up in my lap for the Chattanooga game this past weekend – my cousin called two weeks prior and said he had some tickets and asked if I wanted to go.Heck yes! And I’ll drive! ICYMI: What I Learned Watching Alabama Play ChattanoogaAfter being guided into the city like a fighter jet by one of T-Town’s finest, I saw a cherry parking spot. The guy wanted $20 to park, so I asked him what it was for?! His reply “kids baseball blah blah blah” was is all I needed to hear, so I handed over the Andrew Jackson.When you walk down University Boulevard, everything looks brand new – from the street to the frat houses. The band practice field is better than any public school football field in Mobile! Once you get down close to the stadium, there is a more established area with shops and eateries. There are new structures going up still around that… Read full this story
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