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‘New era makes debut in A-Day contest’—1969

Of all the A-Days, in all the springs, in all the seasons, this is the one you would have wanted to walk into. From the May 15, 1969 issue of The Auburn Plainsman:

Pat Sullivan and Terry Beasley’s performance that spring (and beyond) eventually inspired a dandy ditty dignifying the Dynamic Duo that distinguished da’ Tigers passing game to a level above all de’others. Listen to it here. It’s amazing.

Related: Sullivan and Beasley yuk it up with Bob Hope.

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