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‘Our people came to Mecca’: CBS interviews David Housel at the 1989 Iron Bowl

Before Dunkirk, before William Faulkner’s hopes for mankind, there was CBS’s interview with David Housel and his good luck sweat towel right after Auburn took the lead in the ’89 Iron Bowl, the first in Jordan-Hare, a.k.a. Mecca, a.k.a. the Promised Land.

h/t @AU_History.

Related: Pat Dye talks to Jim Brown after the 1988 Iron Bowl.

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