Best Moments Of Al Bundy’s Polk High Pride

The glory moment of his past Al Bundy’s life: scoring four touchdowns in a single game while learning regarding the Polk High School Panthers within the 1966 city championship game versus Andrew Johnson High School, which includes game-winning touchdown in the ultimate seconds against his old nemesis, “Spare Tire” Dixon (played by Bubba Smith in the episode “All-Nite Security Dude”).

FUN FACT:

Al Bundy and his Polk High Panthers were not alleged to be playing against Andrew Johnson High that faithful day when he scored four touchdowns. Polk was in reality imagined to be playing against George S. Patton High (which was later remained “Jacqueline Onassis High” — when using the team referred to as “Jackie O’ First Ladies”).

The reason Polk’s bowl opponents were changed knowing that Al had sign up for against “Spare Tire” and Andrew Johnson was because the George S. Patton team were found ahead of the game it certainly doesn’t need to be using “ringers” — overage players who didn’t have already graduated high school, but who were suiting up to play for Patton anyways to guarantee an advantage. Andrew Johnson was the next team in line, so they got perform Polk instead.

Which was explained in the 1994 episode that is what titled “The Dud Bowl”, exactly where the Polk alumni played on the Jackie O’ First Ladies alums (a team which has been also full of former NFL ringers, leading to Al taking a critical beating).

POLK HIGH ANTHEM:

Oh Polk, you are the moreover the colleges

For you we’ll always cheer

By day, we learn to construct grammar

By night, our team will fight, fight fight

No matter where we’re

We are going to provide a rah

For P-O-L-K

P-O-L-K

Polk, Polk, Polk

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