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Young basketball trick shot group recreates Auburn’s Miracle in Jordan-Hare with a basketball, sinks shot off stadium’s upper deck

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The Miracle in Jordan-Hare as an alley-oop.

The great thing about this modern world and America and stuff is the freedom of self-expression.

If you’re a grown man into My Little Pony, there’s an Auburn campus club for you. If you just want to hang out at Haley Center and smear frosting on your face, then yum yum. If you want to lip sync to Rod Bramblett, OMG, by all means. If you want to get a giant tattoo of the Toomer’s Oaks, please send us a picture.

And if you want to re-imagine the Miracle in Jordan-Hare as a buzzer beater, well, we encourage that. So does the Auburn Athletic Department.

You’re sitting there wondering “um, how did these kids do this,” but according to the thank yous at the end of the video, the Lyks Trick Shot Crew—a sort of Lil’ Dude Perfect—didn’t just happen upon an open gate (Playmate-style), they had the full blessing of various AU athletic directors, and we’re all the better for it. (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

You can watch the video if their trick shot shenanigans in their entirety here. And if you just want to share the impressive upper deck shot, go here.

h/t Sheri Thompson.

Related: Legendary Shots sinks long shot at Beard-Eaves.

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