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Kick Six-Year-Old: Mobile boy Brambletting with the best of them

We put out a call for my videos of kids Brambletting back in January (because these kids were so awesome…oh man, I’d totally forgotten how awesome that girl is). The first to show up (several weeks back, our apologies): a clip of Mobile six-year-old Hunter Smallwood not lip syncing, but straight up reciting Rod Bramblett’s call of the final play of the Iron Bowl. (Video not loading on your iPhone? Try here.)

Pretty sure Iron Bowl-inspired works of art from fans so young has thus far been non-performing. Paintings, transcripts, etc. So kudos on your contribution to the growing body of Chris Davis commemoration, Hunter. And keep’em coming  (or aunts, in this case).

Related: Watch some kids reenact the final play of the Iron Bowl in slow motion.

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For a $10 donation to TWER (just make sure you include your address), you can turn your car into a Bramblettmobile! Or a Hot Rod, if you will… act fast, supplies are limited…

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More OMG Iron Bowl:

* Congrats, Auburn fans—you survived an earthquake
Cremated remains found in Jordan-Hare Stadium after Iron Bowl
Cam Newton ‘War Eagles’ throughout his post-game press conference Sunday after Iron Bowl
New York Post: Iron Bowl ending ‘greatest in the history of sports’
Pensacola bridge completely covered in Auburn graffiti after Iron Bowl
Highlights, Iron Bowl, Highlights
Watch Rod Bramblett, Stan White and the Auburn radio broadcast booth react to the final play
Hear Rod and Eli back to back

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