Auburn fans were applying for Iron Bowl victory vanity license plates just days after the earthquake, two (at the most) to be exact.
In the immediate afterglow, the score was the obvious choice.
But the jab du jour seems to be alphanumeric variations of Kick Six, the pet name for the game that won out over other catchphrases like Kick, Bama, Kick.
In February, a KICK6 plate from Tennessee was making the interounds.
… reader Scott Daniel replied: “I see this one in Fairhope everyday.”
Even if the number stands at just three, it seems likely that no other single play in college football or maybe even sports history entire has been memorialized via vanity tag more than Chris Davis’ 109 touchdown return of whatshisname’s missed field goal. Oh wait—make that four.
Know of another one? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. How many more are out there? How many more are possible?
And will Punt, Bama, Punt’s record of two namesake restaurants ever be broken?
UPDATE: That didn’t take long. Auburn freshman Kasey Creel’s dad is kickin’ six down in Florida.
UPDATE: T for Texas, via Eric and Laura Bruner (AU ’94). That’s five.
[UPDATE] Wouldn’t you know it, Illinois resident Jonathan Sargent just got his tags today.
UPDATE: Another Auburn one, from William Sanford.
UPDATE: Merry land…
And another… from Mike Robinson. Almost taunting.
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* 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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