Another great thing about the universal appeal of the Iron Bowl is that people in, say, Virginia, like Skip Morrow, or in Tennessee, like William Ford can get a little more satisfaction from sporting their Auburn vanity plates. Because unlike those bearing “WDE” or “War Eagle” or “Bodda Getta” or any other esoteric Tiger text, plates referencing the best sporting event ever will probably be understood by most anyone watching TV in December.
Iron Bowl plates were being applied for while Chris Davis was still catching his breath and began popping up around town less than a month after the game. If you see one, feel free to snap a photo and send it our way.
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