"Mississippi" Spelled Wrong On Alabama Tickets

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When you were young you may have been heard someone say, "M-i-crooked s-crooked s-i-crooked s-crooked s-p-p-i" when remembering how to spell " Mississippi." Apparently someone at the University of Alabama forgot that trick when making up the football tickets for the upcoming season.
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somthin betta

Memphis, TN

#44 Aug 14, 2010
M - I - crooked legged, crooked legged, - I - crooked legged, crooked legged - I - hump back, hump back - I - ...now repeat

Melbourne, FL

#46 Aug 15, 2010
Rumor is the Athletic Department has hired Dan Quayle to help with spelling 

Tyler, TX

#48 Aug 17, 2010
Actually it's crooked letter crooked letter "i", not crooked "s".

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