Friday, October 29, 2010

These weddings are classic Trues Magic City Classic weekend

Published: Friday, October 29, 2010, 5: 30 P.m.

Chantaye and Nedric Jones, Huntsville are in a mixed marriage.

She follows courses from undergraduate to Alabama and M University and received his diploma of là.Il received his undergraduate degree from the Alabama State University.

This tidbit might seem like much to some, but every year the last weekend of October, this is huge for them.

It is the weekend Magic City classic in Birmingham, a confrontation between the two largest historically black universities State against another Legion field.

This is a battle of football.This is a bande.Et battle is a battle to boast of Alabama A & M Bulldogs Alabama State Hornets - at home and on the streets.

The few are part of a unique group of Magic City classic fans who have found love and marriage in one of the greatest rivalries in Alabama school.(Click here to read couples to their subject matter and others like them.)

"I had not heard speak much," Prosecutor of Birmingham and graduate M Emory Anthony said "mixed" marriages. ""I think it's great love conquers all".

"It is good to know that a Bulldog can pull a Hornet everywhere wherever we go," he said referring to the mascots A & M and USA.

For the first half of the game, little will be served A and m c?té.Et for the second half, they will be sitting on the side of the USS.

They do that supports two schools, but also keep the peace.

He wants to see his friends and I want to see mine.In this way we can take advantage of both sides of the it, "said Chantaye Jones."

When they attend the 69th annual Magic City classic on Saturday, they do so each

wear the colours of their school.But their two children, aged 8 years and 6 year-old Alyssa, Noah will wear A color and M.


Chantaye Jones always shopping for clothes.

"My son is on cl?ture.Ma girl is like Chantaye, so I will not examine it again", said Nedric Jones."I did it beat."

And graduate Bethany Daniel Redeaux (M), who is married to graduate USS Anthony Redeaux, said she knows several pairs in the same situation.

Like them, his friends were in the band and they clicked with their rival school partner.When former who meet, it is as ancient times.

"We are going to roam in the games, but usually the population of the State will be leave part and A & million people departing on the side," said Bethany Redeaux of Roebuck.

Schools bands are also A special M Graduate Tamisha Williams and

husband and ASU graduate Carlos Williams of Homewood.Il played trombone for Hornets from USS walk and she was a Maroonette one year for A & M on Marching Maroon and White.Ils met at a party, while she was an older person.

Today, they are married and father of two children and they love to hear the two bands to challenge each other after the game in what is called "the fifth quarter."

Tamisha Williams said that the being married to someone of ASU she does dérange.En is, it makes more interesting classical Magic City.

"We will always talk about who has the best band," she says.

Bennie and Barbara Bonner of Brownsville community Birmingham were fun with their marriage "mixed" for 52 years.

Bennie Bonner, 81, is a graduate M and Barbara Bonner, 79, is a graduate of the USS.

They were the Effie j. McCaw primary school teachers in the city of Pratt when they met in 1955.Leur marriage in 1958.

Their links with the US and and rubbed off the coast on three of their six fils.Deux M visited A and M, the other went to the USA.

They were 11 grandchildren, which is an elder in Birmingham and is considering attending A & M or USA.

The Booners still have time to recruit more school.two grandchildren of their grandsons live with them and his bed consists of a-color M and the other bed consists in the colours of the USS .lorsque boys to join their grandparents to the classic this year, they wear the same sweatshirts Barbara had done for them last year.

The front side says, "USS grandmother" and back said, "A & Papi M."

"We had a beautiful life together and we enjoy each other and each school, said Barbara."We support each school.?

Go here for more information on the way to the parade Saturday, shuttle locations, tailgating and more connected to this classic Magic City year in Birmingham


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