Tonight, I crossed another item off my fall bucket list.
After the epic showdown in the rain last weekend in Georgia, I was so excited to have these tickets in my hand for this weekend. This was the first Saturday that Stephen had off work so we loaded up the car with peanuts, a pumpkin (long story), some cash, a battery charger for the phones, and we headed to campus for a hopeful victory.
After we parked, we walked around a few miles to see 2 tailgates, get our tickets, and get back to the stadium to get to our seats. We always get a selfie at the games we attend. One day, we will look back and wonder how we ever looked so young and cute. Today, I just felt sweaty and he felt scruffy.
Nice seats. Perfect weather.
Always cheering for #42. He’s the son of close family friends. We basically watched him grow from age 8.
Waiting for a TD. We had a few tonight.
After the win….which blew wide open on the 4th quarter. I guess the team wanted us fans to sweat it out a little. #42 came out to greet his fan club . He also signed a BASEBALLL poster for a young fan who had all the other signatures from the rest of the bb team. He needed his autograph to finish the whole team. Keith is a dual-athlete, playing on 2 teams for Alabama.
Next week, we are playing TAMU and it will not be easy. In fact, the rest of our season looks tough and it is because we are playing in the toughest conference—SEC WEST. We have TAMU, TN, MSU, LSU, and AUBURN left. But, that’s the facts when you have the toughest schedule, according to ESPN. Roll Tide!