Following Alabama's 1926 Rose Bowl victory over Washington, a contest was held by The Rammer-Jammer, a student newspaper, for the composition of a fight song. Several entries were submitted to a panel overseen by the Music Department, and the winning entry, "Yea Alabama", was adopted.
The Tide played a great game, had a great season and proved that “championship” is a mentality in Tuscaloosa. They should be proud of what they have accomplished in the past seven seasons. The animus I have is for the people in the stands who consider themselves a part of “we.” The ones who follow the Tide only when the sun is out.
The Rammer Jammer includes a basic wash, hand dry, and basic vacuum. It also includes wheel & tire degreasing and cleaning, tire dressing, and interior wipe down, and dressed. Finishing it up with a good quality spray wax and sealant.
This signature Alabama cheer was written by student staff members of the UA student newspaper known as the “Rammer Jammer.” Up until the cheer was ruled as unsportsmanlike in 2000, Bama fans would chant the Rammer Jammer Cheer as a pregame ritual to warn opposing teams and their fans of what’s to come.
وب سایت تسلیم تخفیف ، هیچ مسئولیتی در قبال لینک های به انتشار گذاشته شده توسط کاربران نداشته ، لینک های خاطی به سرعت حذف خواهند شد