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LSU’s latest anti-Alabama T-shirt features an unfortunate grammar fail

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Whichever LSU fans created this anti-Alabama T-shirt succeeded in making it funny on multiple levels.

The crude but clever punchline might elicit a chuckle. So too will the blatant grammatical error.

It's probably a safe bet more Tigers fans would wear this shirt on Nov. 3 had its creators not mixed up "then" and "than" in an inopportune spot in the sentence. Fortunately, LSU supporters have plenty of other Crimson Tide-hating options, from a simple "Beat Bama" T-shirt to one that features a U.S. map missing the state of Alabama with a message underneath that reads "Imagine a world without Alabama."

Of course, Alabama fans will be quick to point out they'd have the last laugh regardless of what shirts LSU fans wear as a result of the Tide's 21-0 victory in last year's national championship game.

There's no T-shirt in the world better than bragging rights. LSU will have to wait until Nov. 3 to try to get that back.

(Thanks, Gamedayr.com)

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