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I asked last night what everybodies most painful AU loss was. After I saw how everyone responded I figured we could go a little more possitive route this time.
OUTSIDE of the NC and 28-27 (to obvious), what is your favorite AU win that you can remember? Mine would be '04 beating LSU 10-9.
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Dec 2, 1972 - 17-16 Punt Bama Punt
I was there - great great win in the history of AU football
1989 Iron Bowl. No others even close . War Eagle!
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This^^^^^^^ I was there also....
..........BEAT BAMA .................BEAT BAMA..................BEAT BAMA
1993 Bama game by far...JHS erupted when Nix hit Sanders and the Bostic run to put it away!!!! WDE!!!
This ^^^^^^^^ Without a doubt completely changed the balance of the rivalry and has not been the same since. Not to mention it was my last game as a student. War Eagle!
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THE 2010 IRON BOWL. THE BEAT DOWN!!!!
1988 16-zip beat down of the Gators in the Swamp. I lived in Orlando at the time and had already witnessed many a close loses IN Gainesville while an Auburn student. Some very questionable calls if you know what I mean.
A very satisfying victory and a testament to Auburn's defensives of the late 80s.
I am sure I have many more.
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For all of the younger people here you cannot understand how important this game was for Auburn University . This game was never suppose to happen , Pat Dye and the people that supported him at Auburn knew that Auburn had to be able to play Alabama on our home field.
Pat Dye won a lot of games ,and should have had a national champion in 1983 ,but the reason his name is on the field has a lot to do with bringing Alabama to Auburn in 1989 .
1989 Iron Bowl without question.
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