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The infamous student (cheering) section of the Southern Lehigh Spartans Boy's Basketball Team. Known for being loud, rowdy, and often obnoxious, this group of fans shows up at every home and away game and can often be seen dressed to fit the part of a crazy theme night or in their "big blue wrecking crew" t-shirts. They are the best student section in the Lehigh Valley Area and are loved by few and hated by many (usually out of resentment and jealousy).
SLHS Student 1: Hey man, what are you doing tonight?
SLHS Student 2: DUDE! I'm going to the basketball game to be a part of those awesome fellows called the "BIG BLUE WRECKING CREW."
SLHS Student 1: But isn't the game in northern lehigh, like 30 minutes away?
SLHS Student 2: Yeah but the bbwc is crazy hardcore... we go everywhere.
Player of opposing team: Man, I hate playing Southern Lehigh. I can never focus... the Big Blue Wrecking Crew is always making fun of me for my stupid hair cut and yelling "airball" when I get the ball. Those guys are just too good.
|1.||Big Blue Wrecking Crew|
The defensive unit for the New York Giants in the 1980's. This unit dominated teams, leading the Big Blue to Super Bowl victories in 1986 and 1990 and featured such stars as Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Jim Burt, Leonard Marshall, Carl Banks and George Martin. It is considered one of the greatest NFL defenses of all time.
This defensive performance by the Giants brings me back to the days of the Big Blue Wrecking Crew
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The Big Blue Wrecking Crew is a nickname used to refer to the defense for the New York Giants during the 1980s that won two Super Bowl Championships, the first in Super Bowl XXI in 1987 and the other in Super Bowl XXV in 1991. A 3-4 defense, it was among the greatest NFL defenses of all time, and featured Lawrence Taylor as its star, considered by many to be the greatest defensive player in NFL history.
While anchored by Taylor the unit also featured Giants greats such as Hall of Famer Harry Carson, Carl Banks, Gary Reasons, Leonard Marshall, George Martin, and Jim Burt. With Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick coaching, the Big Blue Wrecking Crew was innovative in it's style of play. Unique at the time, this team tailored it's scheme to the offense of the opposing team something commonplace today.
Jets Fan: "Dude, our defense is like the greatest of all-time,"
Giants Fan: "You obviously never heard of the Big Blue Wrecking Crew,"