Prioritize your hatred of the Crimson Tide
Alabama is the perfect villain for so many reasons, and I haven’t even mentioned it. Brandon Miller SituationCollege track and field fans would inevitably find reasons to hate this Crimson Tide team. Created one. People are tired of watching soccer teams win, and are triggered by the mere success of other sports under the same umbrella.
Ohio exudes a similar vibe. These schools are so prosperous that the general public is conditioned to be skeptical of their practices. We look at them like Big Pharma or Big Tech or any other industry that is negatively perceived when you put Big in front.
“Bama is the Amazon of big academia. We want to believe that college success is directly tied to all issues in college athletics. And why is the 2022-23 basketball team an outlier?” “The only reason Miller is on the team is because he gets paid.” Nevermind I played soccer for Stallings and with my mother.)
The Tide is tearing up the tournament. They are the only seeds that have not been tested. Miller scored no points in the first round, but the team scored his 96 points to win by 21 points. The outside perception is that Alabama is wielding the Force with the power of the dark side, and its influence extends to the whoops.
There’s only one school where SEC fanatics don’t occasionally cheer during out-of-meeting play. It’s Alabama. The rest of the time, the rest of the country is poisoned with houndstooth contempt for all things. There’s a mob mentality that it’s not nuanced enough to accurately communicate without setting off someone’s cancellation alarm, so I’ll skip that section.
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What I’m trying to get is that it’s just college. It’s okay to hate Tuscaloosa, but he doesn’t have to be a raging man poisoning trees. Don’t let it consume you.
“Bama is a great villain and one of the greatest villains in sports history. Right up there with the Russians. You don’t have to let it go, just know how much it affects you.
I follow almost the same approach every day. I’m safe enough to know who’s at fault, educated enough not to be upset, and numb enough to discourse not to be bothered. is to effectively turn off the brain for a few hours at night.
I can separate my feelings about Alabama from my uncertainty about what happened to Miller. As awful as it sounds and looks, I wasn’t going to celebrate Tide’s victory in this tournament. No matter what happened off the court.
you should never feel good about the death of young woman, but Using it as fuel for hating school does just that.if you hate the situation That’s fine because you’re talking about the value of human life in America, or the impact of guns on public safety, or another worthy concern.
Life is more important than fandom trifles, and it’s important to remember that.