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Preacher from ESPN’s ‘Roll Tide’ commercial repents with ‘War Eagle’

Charles Black: "Forgive me, Auburn, for I have sinned."

So great is his shame for his role in EPSN’s recent “Roll Tide” commercial (wonder where they got that from?), actor Charles Black felt the need to remain in the shadows even while repenting of his sins.

Or maybe it was just the lighting at the bar inside Atlanta’s St. Regis Hotel, which is where TWERspondent Dan Williams (who discovered Post-Cam Syndrome) ran into him.

The point is that Black, the preacher presiding over the the Worldwide Leader’s pagan funeral reenactment, was so impressed with Auburn throughout the 2010 season, and their performance against Oregon in the BCS National Championship Game, took meeting an Auburn fan as an opportunity to joyfully (and Scotch-fully) exorcise his demons with our holiest of expressions:

As Chris Lowe would say, “Another one saved.”

UPDATE 6/29/2011: Dan finally found and sent us the first “War Eagle” he got out of Charles, this one with “better lighting, less drunken babble”… and an “s.”

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