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Pat Dye, belly dancer

New Years Eve eve, 1989. Busch Gardens. The legendary Pat Dye, about to lead his Auburn team to victory over John Cooper’s Ohio State Buckeyes in the 1990 Hall of Fame Bowl, lays his guts on the line, as it were.

Phil Snow: “And Dye appeared to grasp the subtleties of the exotic dance much sooner than did his Buckeye opponent.”

(Can’t see the video? Try here.)

Read The Wishbone’s review of the Hall of Fame Bowl here. It’s good. There’s fun video.

Video: Auburn Obsessive.

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