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Being There … One Auburn man’s thoughts on the Iron Bowl

By Posted on: December 4th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 5 Comments »
Alabama Auburn Football

                                                                                                                   (photo: USA Today Sports)As the fans stormed the field in Jordan-Hare Stadium, the unbridled joy of the moment came cascading down onto Pat Dye Field. The Auburn Tigers had just defeated their biggest rival to win the SEC Western Division Championship. All the emotions left over from the debacle of Continue Story…

Anticipation, Excitement Ramping Up for Iron Bowl Week

By Posted on: November 24th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 11 Comments »
ironbowl1- Iron Bowl image

Even with an SEC West Championship and state bragging rights on the line, things just got a little more interesting for this year’s Iron Bowl. Before Auburn’s dramatic 43-38 win over Georgia, the hype had already begun. Some in the media had started dubbing the game as the possible “Mother of All Iron Bowls.” I Continue Story…

Another Iron Bowl for the Ages.

By Posted on: August 22nd, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 21 Comments »
Terrell Zachery, DeMarcus Milner

Can the Tigers break away again?      War Eagle, everybody! It’s time now for another Auburn opponent preview, the last of the preseason. On November 30th, Auburn hosts Alabama in Jordan Hare Stadium for the Iron Bowl. This year, the Tigers get a bye week between the Georgia and Alabama games, hopefully to rest, recuperate Continue Story…

To Know Where You Are Going You Have To Know Where You Have Been (Iron Bowl ’89 Edition)

By Posted on: June 18th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football, Memories 5 Comments »
Jordan-Hare Players Entrance

December 2, 1989 as former Coach Pat Dye put it,  “It’s going to be the most emotional day in Auburn history.” It was the first time Alabama played a football game in Jordon Hare Stadium and it was just that, emotional!Once the series was resumed in 1948 after a 41 year break all the games Continue Story…