Posts Tagged ‘SEC Bucket List’


SEC Bucket List- #46 Louie’s Cafe

By: Daniel Brown It may not get the attention of ESPN’s Todd Blackledge for his Taste of the Town segment, but Louie’s Cafe definitely belongs in the spotlight. A Baton Rouge staple since 1941, Louie’s Cafe is a 24/7 diner that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner around the clock. It’s the perfect place for students [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #47 Ye Olde Steak House

By: Brad Pope If you are planning on a fancy dinner or good steak dinner the next time you are in Knoxville for a football weekend, there are many options around town including the Chop House, Ruth’s Chris, and Conner’s Steak House. However, if you want the best of the best in town, the Ye [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #48 Downtown Athens

By: Dayne Young              Follow on Twitter @dayneyoung Throughout the SEC Bucket List, you have read about things on campus and events surrounding Georgia football. On the other side of the legendary Arch is Downtown Athens. “DT,” as many students refer to downtown, represents lots of things for lots of people. There are plenty of coffee [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #49 Tusk

By: Flint Harris        Follow Flint on Twitter, Join us on Facebook Holy Turf’s Ultimate SEC Bucket List puts an emphasis on live animals. We have written about live gators, Mike the Tiger, Nova the Auburn eagle, and Erin Andrews petting Smokey. Today we talk about Tusk, the live Arkansas Razorback mascot. Tusk IV is [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #50 Hotty Toddy

By: Paul Fryant Are you Ready? If you have been around a group of Ole Miss fans long enough I am sure you have heard one of them try to incite the others with, “Are You Ready?” and the others follow with: Hell yes! Damn Right! Hotty Toddy, Gosh almighty Who in the hell are [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #52 Walk-Ons

By: Flint Harris        Follow Flint on Twitter, Join us on Facebook We have profiled several LSU traditions (see #75, 87, and 92 below) as we reveal the best traditions, experiences, and food in the SEC as part of our Holy Turf Ultimate SEC Bucket List. Now, we are talking Baton Rouge food. Walk-Ons Bistreaux [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #53 Rama Jama’s

By: Flint Harris        Follow Flint on Twitter, Join us on Facebook Holy Turf’s SEC Bucket List takes you to the shadows of Bryant-Denny Stadium for an awesome breakfast or the best burger in town. Rama Jama’s is located on 1000 Paul W. Bryant Dr. just outside the home of the Alabama Crimson Tide. The [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #54 City House

By: Flint Harris        Follow Flint on Twitter, Join us on Facebook Our first Nashville item on the SEC Bucket List was a trip to the Pancake Pantry (see #80 below). We know Vanderbilt is not rich with football tradition, so the second item is also food based. A trip to the City House for [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #55 Rockaway’s Pimento Cheeseburger

By: Flint Harris        Follow Flint on Twitter, Join us on Facebook Rockaway’s Athletic Club is a place to frequent on your next trip to Columbia, SC, but make sure you know where you are going because the signage is not great and the place looks like a warehouse from the exterior. Plug in 2719 [...]

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SEC Bucket List- #56 SEC Championship Game

By: Flint Harris        Follow Flint on Twitter, Join us on Facebook While going to the SEC Championship Game’s inclusion on the SEC Bucket List should not surprise anyone, it is still worthy. The SEC Championship game was played in Legion Field in Birmingham, AL during the 1992 and 1993 seasons. Beginning in 1994, the [...]

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