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Auburn Fans in 1958: What They Were Wearing

Comparing a school’s national championship teams across the decades is hard. Comparing a school’s “National Champions!” spirit gear across the decades is easy.

Behold! The first—and best—Auburn “national champions” shirt ever, available once upon a dreamier, much trimmer time at Reeder & McGauhey (“Specialists in Sports”), 110 N. College.

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