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Vintage Heart of Auburn Motel Postcard

As the Heart of Auburn goes, so does its soul! The Heart of Auburn Motel in the early 60s, most likely.

You’ll soon be able to trade the thrill of trying to guess which room housed Pat Sullivan during the Heisman Trophy announcement (who says there’s nothing to do in Auburn on a Friday night!) for the thrill of going to at least the third CVS Pharmacy in Auburn. Step up your game, Walgreens—time to buy the Haley Center!

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Bama students vandalized their own campus with Auburn graffiti before the 1953 Iron Bowl

In 1953, a Bama student, either out of self-loathing, or in an attempt to rile his team to victory in the upcoming Iron Bowl, painted not just random doors and alleys of his own campus with Auburn slogans, but Denny freakin' Chimes. So when someone tries to stop you from relieving yourself on the Saban statue at this year's game, just tell them: "I learned it from watching you."