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What would u say the most painful AU loss that u remember? Mine would have to be Vandy in '07
LSU 7-6 - it cost us a chance at the National Championship.
I think you might mean 08'.
All of them really, but Florida 2002 sticks in my craw.
Returning All-American Kicker, Losing Carnell, Ronnie B coming to play, and all we have to do is kick an extra point FG with no time left, on the road, and the kicker shanks the kick. Follow that by giving up a third and forever TD in OT. AWWWWWWWWWGGGGh.
thought about that after I reread my post. Ur exactly right. Sorry
GT in 05 was anothet one for me. I still see Ball just chunking it as far as he can and Johnson trackin it down. Coming off 14-0 we were expected to be hellacious and just got spanked right outta the gates
It would probably be our loss to clemson last year. When we win 17 in a row and your still high off the national championship the previous season, it's really painful to watch a loss like that. Especially when I saw the way dabo reacted it really made me sick. Outside of the Iron bowl there's no other team this season I would like us to destroy more than clemson.
Bunch of youngsters here. LOL!!! Most painful. Wake Forest 1979.
what happened in this one
Blew an 18 point half time lead then fumbled at the WF three with just a few minutes left in the game on the way to a 42-38 loss. It was the beginning of the end for Barfield (well maybe the beginning had already happened, but that loss was a huge set back).
I would have to say the '85 Iron Bowl. My first one as a freshman and lost with that 52 yarder by Van Tifffen with no time left. It stunk. A week later when Bo won the Heisman, I felt better. And I really felt better the next four years (4-0 against Bama) and my college student football career ended with Bammer in Auburn losing. First time ever. WE!
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When Ryan's Tavern and Greely's closed. They made killer long island teas.
Gotta be the first iron bowl I ever witnessed in person. It was in 2001. We were favored I believe but got beat 31-7. Cadillac got hurt on the first series of the game and it all went downhill from there. Miserable.
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There have been more than a few.
3 come to mind that were a bitter pill for me:
1) 1986 Florida game at Gainesville. Bad plays, bad officiating, bad breaks, and a one-legged Kerwin Bell
coming off the bench to beat AU by a point. A sickening game to me.
2) 1984 Iron Bowl. Pat Dye had no excuse for his team laying this rotten egg against a pathetic Ray Perkins team.
Bo goes the wrong way, McGinty hooks a FG at the end after AU clawed back into the game. Turrible, jus' turrible.
3) 2009 Kentucky game at Jordan-Hare. Started out on fire and just gave it away at the end. I've never been more
angry after a game.
I think being left out of the national championship in '04 and arkansas game '06. But one I havent seen mentioned yet was '05 LSU when John Vaughn couldnt hit the broad side of a barn and Kenny Irons went for 200+ that game.
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