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Terry Bowden explains AU-Dacity to Phil Snow during the ‘Auburn Football Review’ for the 1994 LSU game

The slogans were working, they were working, they were working. Auburn’s AttitUde had just won them a national championship in 1993, and the thought we and Baby Bowden could actually keep the country’s longest shouldn’t-be-happening winning streak alive into 1994 was, yes, it was audacity, AUdacity, AU-DACITY (TM). Print the shirts, order the buttons. And after that LSU game—that LSU game? The Interception Game?

“You need to get in on this AU-DACITY thing, folks.”

Indeed, Phil. I still have mine. (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

Oh, and speaking of “confident or arrogant disregard for..conventional thought, or other restrictions,” why yes, Coach Bowden did say the 1994 LSU game would be the AU-dacious game… of 1993. But when you’ve won, like, 14 games in a row it’s hard to remember where one season ends and the other begins.

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