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Flight 29 mic man woman leads Auburn fans in “War Eagle” while riding mechanical bull

Grace Byrd Morris, who Friday started a spontaneous, hours-long Auburn pep rally aboard a temporarily grounded flight from Atlanta to Phoenix, is at it again.

At the Old Town Tortilla Factory in Scottsdale, she helped a group of Auburn fans eating dinner (several of whom recognized her thanks to our story) get their hands up for “Two Bits”.

This time she had some competition.

“Some Duck fans tried to compete with us but didn’t come close!” she wrote in an e-mail.

Morris then took the show to the Saddle Ranch Chop House, where she led a “War Eagle”. While riding the steak house’s popular mechanical bull. While brandishing a pop-pom.

TWER asks that you post Grace Byrd Morris sitings to Twitter using hashtags #auburnwarriorprincess and #biggestfaninglendale.

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