Why Did Clemson Pick that Tiger as their mascot?

I’m not exactly sure what Clemson University officials were thinking when they voted on a mascot, but there’s got to be a better-looking, more sober tiger mascot available than Clemson’s Tiger.

What made them think that those yellow eyes on that small Tiger head looked ferocious?

Why did they make the head that small?

It wouldn’t be that bad if his head wasn’t as small and he actually looked bathed at least half of the time.

But instead, he looks like a Tiger that hasn’t got much sleep, along with not taking a shower his entire lifetime.

Why does he look so ugly? I get it, the yellow eyes are supposed to be intimidating. Most of the time they are intimidating, to a certain degree.

But on that mascot?? I mean LSU fans have started a GoFundMe to buy you a new mascot. Maybe because, even drunk cajuns realize that the Clemson Tiger is absolutely horrendous.

You expect to have a dynasty? Okay, well you have the coach, the players, equipment and so much more.

But the one thing you are lacking is a mascot. Maybe if you would accept the Cajuns offer, they could help you build a dynasty. I mean, it’s worth the chance. It can’t get much worse.

Come on Clemson, you gotta do better.

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The Honest Truth Behind Alabama’s “Weak Schedule”

It has been said for years, that Alabama “has a weak schedule” so on and so forth.

But the truth here is the fact that Alabama is only left with a handful of opponents, because schools don’t want to play the Saban-led Tide.

They’re left to choose from teams that are at the bottom of the barrel, teams that are rebuilding.

When people say that the Crimson Tide has a weak schedule, they don’t take into account the fact that nobody is chomping at the bit to play them.

Even though they know that it will help them with experience and they would receive a nice check for games like that, teams honestly are uninterested in playing a team that seemingly dominates year in and year out.

Nick Saban said it best before this season ever started when he said “I tell you what, I’ll give you their phone number and if you can convince them to play us, let us know and we’ll schedule them, but until then, I don’t want to hear the ‘weak schedule’ comment.”

So before you comment on Alabama’s “weak schedule” take into account the honest truth behind their schedule.

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