Certain college stadiums have songs that makes the fans go wild. Wisconsin's Camp Randall Stadium has "Jump Around," South Carolina's Williams-Bryce Stadium has "Sandstorm," and Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium has "Dixieland Delight." The later comes with it's own fan-generated call-and-response section, with appropriate inappropriate calls for Auburn to do what Neal Boortz used to call "an impossible act" with itself.
When the "Dixieland Delight" played during the fourth quarter of Alabama home win over LSU, on Saturday night, the crowd's reaction to the song was so great that it reportedly caused Bryant-Denny Stadium to sway to the sound of the crowd's singing and rattling of shakers.
This instagram reportedly shows the water in a water bottle moving to the crown noise.
Originally Published at Shirts With Random Triangles http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ShirtsWithRandomTriangles/~3/7uaANBIcUWA/crowd-at-lsu-alabama-game-reportedly.html
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