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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Roll Tide Guy—Alabama Academics

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One year ago on Round and Square (15 March 2012)—Structure, History, and Culture: NCAA Brackets
Two years ago on Round and Square (15 March 2011)—Fieldnotes From History (3)

[a] I'm Innocent...Roll Tide PD
I'm Innocent...
Roll Tide

But now that I have your attention, let me tell you that I am not necessarily the sharpest knife in the drawer (see the clip, above, if you need more evidence). 
[b] Tuscaloosa fair and foul RF

Still, I admire good academics, and my home state's flagship university is pretty darned good—and not just at football. 

The University of Alabama has a top twenty-five law school, and a wide array of degree programs. It also has a terrific museum of natural history. 

I'm proud of this university. Hell, even George Wallace couldn't ruin it (although he tried).

Roll Tide.
[c] Roll Axe RF
[Originally posted on June 15, 2014]

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