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‘I may ask for one extra second at the end’: Apple CEO Tim Cook references final play of Iron Bowl during Lifetime Achievement Award speech

There are so many layers to Kick, Bama, Kick that make it the Perfect Storm of Schadenfreude. The only way it could be more perfect is if, say, Bama fans would always be reminded of it when they used their iPhones because the President of the United States of Technology made some “extra second” comment or something during a speech because “yes, Auburn is still very much” in him, as much as it was in high school.

War Eagle, Tim.

Related: Portrait of New Apple CEO Tim Cook as a Young Auburn Student.

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