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Most Patriotic Football Program Cover Ever: Auburn vs. Georgia Tech 1944

Football program cover printed during the early and mid 40s were, understandably, veritable War Bond posters. And two weeks back, we thought we’d found the most patriotic one of them all. We were wrong.

They don’t call’em long bombs for nothing.

Cover courtesy Clyde Kingry.

Related: Auburn vs. Mississippi State programs down through the (Phil Neel-less) years.

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