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A few months back someone posted all their feelings on all of UA national championships and them being crap wins or good ones, that was very funny can someone who is good on this thing give me the link to it?

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A few months back someone posted all their feelings on all of UA national championships and them being crap wins or good ones, that was very funny can someone who is good on this thing give me the link to it?

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The Truth about Bama's national championships...

Scratch the alleged 1925 championship. This Bammer lie has been exposed and repudiated. 1926: According to Dickinson (the poll in use in 1926), Stanford is the 1926 National Champion. But wait a minute, the Bammers say… Alabama tied Stanford in its final game of the season (the Rose Bowl), and both were otherwise undefeated. The question is - was Dickinson applied after the head-to-head matchup? The answer is YES - check the Stanford website - Stanford received the Rissman Trophy. If there’s any doubt - Notre Dame (believe it or not) has/had permanent possession of the Rissman Trophy; it may have an inscription indicating the 1926 National Champion. My guess is that it’s got “Stanford” next to “1926″, but if you want to be sure, call the Notre Dame Athletic Department; maybe they can tell you for sure. Without any better information…. Scratch the alleged 1926 championship. Another Bammer lie exposed and repudiated. 1930: Notre Dame is ranked #1 by 9 of the 13 polls recognized by the NCAA records for 1930. Of the 13 polls, only three were actually used in 1930: Dickinson, Boand, and Houlgate, and all three selected Notre Dame. The modern day NCAA consensus pick is also Notre Dame. Scratch the alleged 1930 championship. Another Bammer lie exposed and repudiated. 1934: Here’s our first potential dilemma. Of the polls in use mentioned in the NCAA records, six are actually in existence in 1934, and they’re evenly split between Minnesota and Bammer. The edge would seem to be in Minnesota’s favor (Dickinson picked’em), but if we look further at the NCAA data, on p. 89, the modern-day NCAA consensus pick is Minnesota - who also at least shared the 1935 National Championship with SMU (who lost in their bowl game to Stanford). Minnesota also won the 1936 National Championship outright. Scratch the alleged 1934 championship. Another Bammer lie exposed and repudiated. 1941: Woops…. it’s Minnesota again. Of the seven polls in existence at the time, Minnesota comes out on top in six (including Dickinson, and the Associated Press). Bammer comes out on top in only one (existing) poll, and no retroactive polls. But it gets better! During the season, Bammer lost to Vanderbilt (who ended the season unranked according to the AP) and Mississippi State (who ended the season ranked #16 according to the AP). AP puts Bammer at #20. No question here… Scratch the alleged 1941 championship. Another Bammer lie exposed and repudiated. 1961: No doubt here - it’s Bammer’s first National Championship. 1964: Sorry Bammer! No cigar!: Bammer was undefeated until it lost to #5 Texas (who was the unanimous 1963 National Champion) in the Orange Bowl. And if you can’t beat #5, then you can’t be #1. Isn’t this obvious? Scratch the alleged 1964 championship. Another Bammer lie exposed and repudiated. 1965: Not much doubt here - Michigan State loses its bowl game, and Bammer moves up to #1 from #4. Bear gets National Championship #2. 1973: Sorry Bammer, no cigar here! #1 ranked Bammer plays #4 Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl - and LOSES 24-23. Notre Dame moves up to #1, and is the consensus National Champion; to say Bammer is better than Notre Dame in 1973 is beyond delusional - it’s an outright lie. The only reason Bammers claim they were National Champions in 1973 is because, at that time, the UPI poll didn’t consider bowl games as the AP and other polls did. It would seem to most people that if you can’t beat #4, then you can’t be #1, but a deception based on an outdated poll is good enough for the Mullet Nation… Scratch the alleged 1973 championship. Another Bammer lie exposed and repudiated. 1978: Looks like a winner… Bammer loses early in the season to USC, but not long after, USC loses to Arizona State. Both win their bowl games, and finish 10-1. Bammer wins the AP poll, USC the UPI poll. It’s Bammer’s third National Championship. 1979: No question here… Bammer’s 4th National Championship. 1992: No question here either - Bammer’s 5th National Championship.

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