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Video: Alabama Fan Drops a “Roll Tide” While Discussing Bin Laden’s Death

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, May 2nd, 2011
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Sports By Brooks captured this video of an Alabama fan being interviewed outside of the White House. During her celebrations she lets out a “Roll Tide”.

Not to be outdone an Auburn fan dropped a “War Eagle” as well.

I will be honest the way the crowds gathered so quickly it was very similar to when a team wins a championship and people just flood the streets.

The original crowds were spontaneous afterward, people just were doing what they saw on TV. The good thing about these “flash mobs” were none truly got out of control beyond a couple of tree climbers.

What is exactly the point of climbing a tree during a celebration?

I am sure the NCAA will find some sort of violation in this.

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  1. @eddieb4prez RT @BlkSportsOnline: BSO Post: Video: Alabama Fan Drops a "Roll Tide" While Discussing Bin Laden’s Death

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  3. Darrell says:

    Why would that idiot in the crowd give any credit to Bush. Bush was the one keeping Bin Laden alive!

  4. Darrell says:

    Too many political rammavacations for the Bush administration. If Obama found him,certainly Bush could have. I believe his hands were tied!

  5. I always was interested in this subject and stock still am, thankyou for posting .

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