Of all the great fan reactions to Auburn’s miraculous 34-28 victory over No. 1 Alabama, this one has to be the cutest.
A young Tigers fan on the field of Jordan-Hare Stadium celebrated the win by doing Cam Newton’s “Superman” celebration while saying, “We killed Alabama, War Eagle!”
OK, so the little guy exaggerated a bit. He’s still really awesome.
A young Auburn Tigers fan was lucky enough to be at the Iron Bowl to witness their 34-28 Iron Bowl victory over previously undefeated Alabama. The young boy hung around on the field to celebrate afterwards, borrowing the "Superman" move of Auburn alumni Cam Newton while proudly proclaiming "We killed Alabama! War Eagle!"Vine via WarBlogle. H/T FTW.
While this young Auburn fan may not be entirely right about the Tigers “killing” Alabama, you can’t blame him for being pumped up about the ending to Saturday’s amazing game. Throw in his attempt at Cam Newton’s “Superman” touchdown dance and you’ve got the makings of a viral video down at AU.
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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.
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