Tag Archive: Iron Bowl


The Greatest Ending In Sports History

  For The Auburn fans around the country that don’t have access to the New York Post here is how the Post and sports writer Mike Vaccaro treated the Tiger’s big win over ‘Bama .

The back cover … AU-Some !

Auburn IB NY Post Back Page

 

 

The two page inside spread from Mr Vaccaro

 

Auburn IB NY Post Pg 94

 

 

 

Auburn IB NY Post Pg 95

 

 

 

     We had to shrink the screenshots to get the above pages to appear as they did in yesterday’s paper and realize that the type is hard to read so we have included blown up screenshots of the text below.

 

 

 

Here is the Mike Vaccaro article … describing the final score as the “play of the century” …

 

 

Auburn IB NYP Text Pg94

 

And here is page 95 with the article by John Zenor

 

 

Auburn IB NYP Text Pg 95

 

And of course who has had enough of this ? Other than ‘Bama fans ?

 

 

WAR EAGLE !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen To Auburn Play-By-Play Announcer Rod Bramblett’s Call From The Iron Bowl

 

 

” In case you somehow missed it, on Saturday night Auburn upset Alabama with a last-minute touchdown by Chris Davis off of a missed field goal. Here’s how longtime Auburn play-by-play announcer Rod Bramblett called the play: “

A play and a call for the ages … what excitement … what a thrill … WAR EAGLE !!!

Roll Tears , Roll

Auburn Celebrates Win Over ‘Bama In Wild Finish

Final Score 34-28

” Auburn might not be the center of the college football world most days, but it felt like it was Saturday as the Tigers beat Alabama in one of the wildest finishes ever.

Thousands of Auburn fans stormed the field after ‘Bama missed a desperation field goal and Chris Davis returned it 100 yards for a touchdown to give No. 4 Auburn an improbable, 34-28 victory over No. 1 Alabama and seemingly end the Crimson Tide’s bid for a third-straight national championship.

So many Auburn fans raced onto the field afterward that grass was barely visible from the top of Jordan-Hare Stadium. They needled ‘Bama by singing its familiar “Rammer Jammer” cheer after the stunning end.”

War Eagle !!!

WAR EAGLE !!!

 

 

    Yes folks , YouViewed is a proud Tigers site … as you may have guessed by our periodic posts and today being Iron Bowl day we thought we would share some of the War Eagle enthusiasm with those fans that could not attend . Enjoy the photos and here’s to the Tigers rolling back the Tide .

 

Auburn Tailgate 2013

 

 In Auburn everyone is welcome . 

 

 

Tiger Walk 2013

 

The famous Tiger Walk as the team enters the stadium .

 

 

 

The Team

 

The team making their entrance through the mob of fired up fans .

 

   You can see lots more photos and see these in much higher resolution by clicking here and please be sure to support the local photographers who’s work graces our page  … Lauren Barnard and Kyle Taylor .

 

 

 

 

   Below you will find some interesting links about the Iron Bowl and the rivalry between ‘Bama and Auburn .

 

THE HISTORY OF THE IRON BOWL

Iron Bowl Preview: The Biggest Games in the History of One of the Sport’s Biggest Rivalries

Alabama, Auburn prepared for monumental Iron Bowl

Iron Bowl History Auburn Version

The History of The Iron Bowl Alabama Version

 

 

 

   Here are the final scores for every game of the series , which ‘Bama leads 39-34-1 , along with a brief history of the rivalry .

 

Date Winner Score Site
Feb. 22, 1893 Auburn 32-22 Lakeview Baseball Park, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1893 Auburn 40-16 Riverside Park, Montgomery
Nov. 29, 1894 Alabama 18-0 Riverside Park, Montgomery
Nov. 23, 1895 Auburn 48-0 Tuscaloosa
Nov. 17, 1900 Auburn 53-5 Montgomery
Nov. 15, 1901 Auburn 17-0 Tuscaloosa
Oct. 18, 1902 Auburn 23-0 West End Park, Birmingham
Oct. 23, 1903 Alabama 18-6 Highland Park, Montgomery
Nov. 12, 1904 Auburn 29-5 West End Park, Birmingham
Nov. 18, 1905 Alabama 30-0 West End Park, Birmingham
Nov. 17, 1906 Alabama 10-0 Birmingham Fair Grounds
Nov. 16, 1907 Tie 6-6 Birmingham Fair Grounds
Dec. 4, 1948 Alabama 55-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1949 Auburn 14-13 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1950 Alabama 34-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1951 Alabama 25-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1952 Alabama 21-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1953 Alabama 10-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1954 Auburn 28-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1955 Auburn 26-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1956 Auburn 34-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1957 Auburn 40-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1958 Auburn 14-8 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1959 Alabama 10-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1960 Alabama 3-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1961 Alabama 34-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1962 Alabama 38-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1963 Auburn 10-8 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1964 Alabama 21-14 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1965 Alabama 30-3 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1966 Alabama 31-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1967 Alabama 7-3 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1968 Alabama 24-16 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1969 Auburn 49-26 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1970 Auburn 33-28 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1971 Alabama 31-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1972 Auburn 17-16 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1973 Alabama 35-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1974 Alabama 17-13 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1975 Alabama 28-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1976 Alabama 38-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1977 Alabama 48-21 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1978 Alabama 34-16 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1979 Alabama 25-18 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1980 Alabama 34-18 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1981 Alabama 28-17 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1982 Auburn 23-22 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1983 Auburn 23-20 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1984 Alabama 17-15 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1985 Alabama 25-23 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1986 Auburn 21-17 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1987 Auburn 10-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 25, 1988 Auburn 15-10 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1989 Auburn 30-20 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Dec. 1, 1990 Alabama 16-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1991 Alabama 13-6 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1992 Alabama 17-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 20, 1993 Auburn 22-14 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 19, 1994 Alabama 21-14 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 18, 1995 Auburn 31-27 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 23, 1996 Alabama 24-23 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 22, 1997 Auburn 18-17 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 21, 1998 Alabama 31-17 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 20, 1999 Alabama 28-17 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 18, 2000 Auburn 9-0 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 19, 2001 Alabama 31-7 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 23, 2002 Auburn 17-7 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 22, 2003 Auburn 28-23 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 22, 2004 Auburn 21-13 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 20, 2005 Auburn 28-18 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 18, 2006 Auburn 22-15 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 17, 2007 Auburn 17-10 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 18, 2008 Alabama 36-0 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 27, 2009 Alabama 26-21 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 26, 2010 Auburn 28-27 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 26, 2011 Alabama 42-14 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn

 

 

”  The first Iron Bowl game played took place on February 22, 1893 at Lakeview Baseball Park in Birmingham . Despite many rough years to come, Auburn walked away the victor of that game beating Alabama 32-22. This is where the disagreements and hostility began. Alabama considered this game to be the last game of the 1892 season, where Auburn considered it the first game of the 1893 season.  Even then, the two teams could not reach an agreement, which leads to 1907.

  Alabama and Auburn went head to head for the last time until 1948. Shortly after the tied game of 1907, the two teams were combating off the field in negotiations over finances and setting a date. In 1908 the two teams tried to save the series. Alabama proposed a new contract for the match-up to Auburn , who accepted a compromise contract that ended up pleasing both teams. However, just like the Hatfields and McCoys, an agreement could not be made that easy. “

 

 

Enjoy the game and may the best Tigers win … WAR EAGLE !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUBURN FAN GOES FOR ‘BIGGEST INSULT,’ HOLDS UP ‘SABAN LOVES OBAMACARE’ SIGN

” During Saturday’s taping of ESPN’s College GameDay in Auburn before the Iron Bowl, which is college football’s most intense rivalry, an Auburn fan wanted to reportedly make a sign that would be the “biggest insult” to Alabama.

  The fan decided to create a sign that tied Alabama head coach Nick Saban to Obamacare. “

The Tide also supports the “Knockout Game” . That is an even bigger insult if you ask us . 

WAR EAGLE !!!