Auburn’s last-second triumph in the 2013 Iron Bowl over Alabama will certainly go down as one of the greatest moments in program history. To commemorate Chris Davis’ game-winning 108-yard field goal return for touchdown and the ensuing celebration, the program added some fitting decorations to the wall in the school’s athletic complex.
Fan friendly: A little perspective, if you will, of the new Iron Bowl crowd shot in the Auburn Athletic Complex. pic.twitter.com/TYanGNrNA2
— Auburn Gold Mine (@AUGoldMine) August 10, 2014
They're not going to keep 'em off the field tonight! Win over Alabama part of new artwork in Auburn Athletic Complex pic.twitter.com/h2JxCiAqpV
— Auburn Gold Mine (@AUGoldMine) August 9, 2014
That was definitely one of the most memorable scenes in college football last season – storming of the field and all. It’s only fitting for the program to remember that moment for years to come, especially when it comes at the expense of a bitter rival.
The Tigers will look to make additional Iron Bowl memories, but the 2014 will be played in Tuscaloosa on November 29 – the final weekend of the regular season.
We can’t wait.
(H/T College Spun)
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