Found November 18, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
Auburn’s national championship hopes stay alive, after luck pulled through for them against Georgia. What may be better would be how the fanbase at the Plains viewed this LSU-esque victory. The win allows them to be sniffing on the BCS…Read more →
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Lynch Toyota of Auburn is offering free cars if the Auburn Tigers shut out the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Iron Bowl on November 30.
Auburn beat Georgia over the weekend in one of the most improbable finishes in sports this season. Trailing 38-37 with half a minute left and facing a 4th & 18, Auburn QB Nick Marshall flinged the ball downfield where it was tipped by the Georgia defense into the waiting arms of Ricardo Louis.
When you're the home broadcast team and you see a miraculous finish unfold...
Yesterday, the Auburn Tigers had one of the most amazing comebacks you’ll ever see in college football. Facing a 4th-and-18 on his team’s on 27-yard line, Nick Marshall dropped back and threw an absolute prayer down the middle to teammate Ricardo Louis. The ball was severely overthrown and went right to two Georgia defensive backs, but somehow neither managed to catch it, and...
Auburn will host the 2013 edition of the Iron Bowl rivalry game between the Tigers and Alabama. That means it gets to choose the artwork for the tickets, and is emblazoning them with former Auburn Heisman Trophy winning starting quarterback Cam Newton. It's just a friendly reminder that the Tigers were the last non-Alabama team to win the BCS title back in 2010.
(via Throw the Flag)
By all accounts, Auburn’s victory over Georgia this past Saturday was a miracle. The Tigers were facing a 4th-and-18 from their own 27-yard-line and needed two UGA defenders to accidentally tip the ball to their wide receiver, Ricardo Louis, to emerge victorious. But hey – a loss is a loss, and Georgia fans who made bets on their Bulldogs are paying up this week. One such supporter...