No. 5 Alabama Lost 48-45 At Jordan-Hare Stadium To No. 15 Auburn

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December 1, 2019

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They trolled Alabama when it was all over.

To paraphrase the iconic words of the late Rod Bramblett, they couldn’t keep them off the field tonight, and then they mocked Alabama with Dixieland Delight.

Thousands and thousands of delirious Auburn fans rushed the field in mass hysteria after this latest edition of Iron Bowl insanity, and when the impromptu dance party was dying down, the speakers inside this castle of crazy closed down the night with Alabama’s favorite tune.

It was poetic, in a way, and just another unforgettable memory from an all-time classic. (READ MORE) by Joseph Goodman |

For the first time in the College Football Playoff era, one of the final teams will not done crimson and white and hail from Tuscaloosa, Ala.

That’s thanks to the orange-and-blue team from Auburn, which downed the fifth-ranked Tide in one of the wildest Iron Bowls in recent memory. (READ MORE) by BYZAC AL-KHATEEB | Sporting News

The best trick play Auburn ran during its 48-45 victory over Alabama on Saturday didn’t even result in a play.

Facing a fourth-and-4 from its own 26-yard line with a little over a minute to play, the Tigers trotted out punter Arryn Siposs as a wide receiver while remaining in an offensive formation. The strange setup caused Alabama to shift its defense back onto the field. However, in doing so the Crimson Tide didn’t remove returner Jaylen Waddle resulting in an illegal substitution penalty for having 12 men on the field. The penalty resulted in a first down, allowing Auburn to run out the instead of giving the ball back to Alabama for one final drive. (READ MORE) by Tony Tsoukalas | BamaInsider

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