Gameday signs... a long and time-honored tradition of oneupsmanship played by attendees of ESPN's wildly popular traveling weekly college football pregame show. And if that sentence made your head explode from the runon string of adjectives, I've got more where that came from.
At any rate, there have been many awesome, humorous, awful, and awesomely awful signs throughout the years. For this weekend's Armageddon Showdown between TAMU and Alabama, there doesn't appear to be any shortage of witty and creative ideas for the Gameday crowd, if you believe that many of the ideas being thrown around on Texags are any indication (and that they'll make it to Gameday).
Therefore, just to be sure we don't forget some of the best sign ideas, a repository for the GBH crowd (and as a disclaimer, intentionally leaving out Mark May, Rovell, and anti-ESPN signs since they're likely to be confiscated anyway):
Perhaps the best one yet, "Manziel of Steel", by Texags poster ArchAg01. Honestly? The picture (and name) tells the whole story.
A version for editing or for a standalone cutout (which I personally think would be even better):
And, of course, the original thread it came from.
A not-too-shabby attempt, if I say so myself. Again... speaks for itself. Source: Fightin Tex Ag.
And then, there's always an oldie but goodie from last year... the brilliant Solari cutout:
And the Constipated version:
Links to the vector files of each (courtesy wee_ag... I think...):
And we'd be remiss without a Bowtie sign:
Courtesy ETFan. #topszn.
And speaking of cashin' out...
When I say the boy has his own money, I mean the boy has his own money!
Now, a few more from ArchAg01:
And GBH's own Stewade brought maybe one of the best signable images out there (from this week's Tailgate):
And a link to the master thread where most of the Gameday sign ideas came from.
And as for the straight text suggestions:
"Manny Diaz has been banished to the longhorn network"
(Or my personal spin... "Manny Diaz: Banished to LHN")
Roll Tears Roll
Finally and in closing, in light of the recent news of the death of Isaiah Golden's 2-month-old daughter Avery, I submit this one for the masses:
BTHO Bama... and - should he play - may Isaiah especially bring the beating in her memory.