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VIDEO: Auburn accepts invitation to the 1982 Tangerine Bowl, beats Boston College, hangs out at Disney World

In his second year on the job, Pat Dye took Auburn to its first bowl game in eight years. The Tangerine Bowl also wound up being the Tigers’ first bowl in eight years, thanks to an out-of-nowhere passing game that earned Auburn quarterback Randy Campbell (10 of 16 for 177 yards), not Boston College’s Doug Flutie, MVP honors.

What are you going to do now, Jay Jacobs?

I’m going to go hold hands with Bernard at Disney World!” (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

Video: The Dye Is Cast

Related: Thankin’ Our God, Thankin’ Our People: Rare locker room footage of a teary Pat Dye praying after Auburn beat Alabama the 1982 Iron Bowl.

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