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Phillies Fans Bust Out the Pat Burrell Hate

A day after giving pitcher Tim Lincecum the poster treatment, Phillies fans decided to break out with some Pat Burrell hate. Burrell of course was drafted by the Phillies and played there from 2000-2008. He left the off-season after they won the World Series in 2008 and signed with the Rays who cut him. The Giants picked him up mid-season and he’s played well for them. Now that he’s back in Philly for the NLCS, they wasted little time in welcoming him back in a way only Philly fans can:

By the way, the guy on the left is not calling Burrell a wife cheat; the “S” was covered up, implying that Burrell’s wife is the one who cheats. I’m sure that’s gotta be comforting to see on a sign.

When it comes to Phillies fans, that’s nothing. Check this, this, this, and this out to see what I mean.

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SMU Fan Zach Line Poster Fail

Imagine you’re a student at your home stadium, pumped up and excited to watch your team play a huge game on national television. You decide to get decked out with a shirt, button, and everything. Heck, you even decide to make a special sign depicting your love for the team’s starting running back. After said player scores a touchdown late in the game, the TV cameras decide to show YOU! of all people on national TV. But then imagine in your big moment in front of the cameras …

Whoops! Your poster is backwards! Somehow I think Zach Line will demand better of you. Sorry Miss Mustang, better luck next time.

The Return of College GameDay Signs

Smell that?  That’s the smell of the first big Saturday of college football.  With all the hype surrounding NFL training camps, we tend to forget college football kicks off a week earlier than meaningful NFL play.  Tis the season, which means let the clever College GameDay signs start flowing.  We’re off to a pretty good start with these “Masoli for Heistman” and “Butch, I’m eligible” signs (knocking the influx of UNC football player suspensions).  As the games roll on and the beers continue to be consumed, it should only get better from here.

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Georgia Fans Have Creative Posters

Georgia’s quarterback is a senior named Joe Cox. South Carolina’s nickname is the Gamecocks. Put the two in a bottle, shake it up, mix it around, add a creative yet brazen fan, and you get the following funny poster:

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I don’t know what it is with those southern fans but they sure come up with some creative posters. I’m not sure which was the best, this, or the Florida Got Nutt’d on, or The Civil War Should Have Been Best 2 out of 3.

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Bama Fans: Florida Got Nutt’d On

Those Bama fans can get pretty creative apparently. This was definitely a PG-13 poster put together for the College Gameday Show on ESPN and almost as good as the LSU Civil War poster.

The question is … will Bama be able to replicate the Ole Miss Nutt shot?

LSU Baseball Civil War Logic

As I said the other day, sometimes words are not necessary. What is that saying about pictures anyway?

Photo via Spencer Hall’s trusty musket over at The Sporting Blog and Friends of the Program.