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The Aubie Archives—The Art of Phil Neel: 1961 Auburn Football Programs

I don’t know if it’s because I love Phil Neel’s stuff, or if it’s why I love Phil Neel’s stuff, but the cover of the program for the 1961 Auburn-Wake Forest game—one of my favorites—just looks and feels like what the cover of the 1961 Auburn-Wake Forest game* should look like. I think it’s why. “Whatever,” I said to my self. “Just Phil the Neel, baby.”

Here it all is, at least Auburn program cover-wise, for 1961.View post


* And I think we have to allow it to inform our verdict on whether it’s possible for Aubie to truly lead a Christian life—I mean, dude is about to eat a deacon.

Covers courtesy Clyde Kingry. You can check out our growing Phil Neel archives here.

Previously: A complete set of 1988 Phil Neel’s Auburn pinback buttons (and a few from ’87).

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