Alabama sets 2011 Homecoming vs. Vandy

The Alabama Crimson Tide will face Vanderbilt for 2011 Homecoming. The official release is below:

ALABAMA FOOTBALL HOMECOMING GAME SET FOR OCTOBER 8 VS. VANDERBILT
The 2011 University of Alabama Homecoming football game has been set for Saturday, October 8, when the Crimson Tide will host Vanderbilt University at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Further details about Homecoming weekend activities, including a kickoff time for the game, will be released as they are finalized.

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  1. 2
    Alabama Fan

    Texas A&M is considering moving to the SEC because the Texas Ten (Big 12 for those who don’t get jokes)has basically sold it’s heart to Texas (The real UT BTW.) I hope they do just because I hate Texas that much.

  2. 6
    BamaBrando

    Just think, when Auburns probation sets in and all, Bama can just use the Auburn game for homecoming. After this season, there won’t be much separating Vandy and Auburn, except we all know the academics are much higher at Vandy.

    • 7
      ASheppard

      Hmmmmm. Dont throw rocks in glass houses.. Remember textbook scandal when Alabama almost got the death penalty. They are known as a repeat offender with the NCAA. The year isnt over and its no telling what they will dig up on Bummer this year.. WDE!!!

      • 8
        BamaBrando

        Your only hope is that somebody gets arrested for assault with the way that defense is playing. So get back to the end of the line, Bama is coming for you this year. Auburn is nowhere near capable of hanging around this season. Enjoy your win over SC, as ugly as that was. And be thankful you get florida at home after Bama and LSU get done with them. Auburn is the motivation for Bama this season. And they are playing pissed off. We all know you guys are dreading this one. Ass-Whooping Day is 11-27.

  3. 9
    C Hammah

    after vandy beats au in 12 and takes the lead in the all-time series au will quit d1 and go to the gulf south conference in d2 and battle the una lions

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