Found July 08, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
You know you’ve always wondered what state tweets more about college football than anyone else, well, we have the answer. ROLL DAMN TIDE!!!!!!!!!! The irony of all of this is that Alabama also leads* the country in not going to college. According to the study, the top five states in college football conversation (by percentage) are: 1) Alabama 2) Mississippi 3) Tennessee 4) South Carolina 5) West Virginia And let’s be honest. We’re all a little shocked that that many people in Alabama can operate modern technology. Football and diabetes, THAT’S WHAT ALABAMA DOES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The research reveals that it’s actually just one person in Alabama tweeting constantly. The rest of them still don’t have the internet. *guesswork H/T SB Nation
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