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(WHNT Huntsville)   And god said - no basketball on the sabbath, your best season ever is over. Amen   ( divider line
    More: Stupid, High school, Basketball, high school basketball team, Governor Kay Ivey, Huntsville, Alabama, tournament game, Alabama High School Athletics Association, Governor Ivey  
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2022-02-23 3:00:38 PM  
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bittermang: Remember, we were created in His image, so anything we enjoy, so does He.

God better start wearing a "delete my browser history" wristband.
2022-02-23 2:14:27 PM  
4 votes:

Hooker with a Penis: So why is god helping all these other sports ball teams who win on Saturdays? I mean he/she is the first person it seems like 90% of players thank in the post game interview. Are you telling me that that is BS, that god isnt really helping them win the game?

God has to cover several books and parleys at the same time. If He kept smiting certain opponents w/ locusts and such, the line would shift too much.
2022-02-23 2:45:30 PM  
4 votes:
Three thousand years of beautiful tradition, from Moses to Sandy Koufax...
2022-02-23 4:06:33 PM  
3 votes:

booztravlr: "Few things are more important to Alabamians than their faith,"

...she said, before asking the congregation to open their holy texts to the Book of Bear, chapter '79, verses 12-0.

/Our Father, who art Nick Saban
Hallowed Roll Thy Tide
Thy Crimson come
Thy ranking be 1
2022-02-23 2:20:18 PM  
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2022-02-23 2:57:21 PM  
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Gonz: Rent Party: Three thousand years of beautiful tradition, from Moses to Sandy Koufax...

I didn't realize either of those individuals was Seventh-Day Adventist.

And that's really what this is about- the AHSAA had someone making the final decision who didn't mind discriminating against the "wrong" kind of Christian.

2022-02-23 3:46:33 PM  
1 vote:
"Few things are more important to Alabamians than their faith,"
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