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VIDEO: Curley Hallman’s 1994 Auburn-LSU post-game press conference

Curley Hallman, Curley Hallman, Curley Hallman. You have to say that name when you talk about the game (“It cost Curley Hallman his job.”). Frankly, I wouldn’t even know his name if it weren’t for that game. But man, I’m probably going to feel a little bad about punchlining him from now on because the man looked straight up broken when he talked to reporters, digesting and being digested by the realization that keeping the ball in the air was the worst decision of his professional career, what little was left of it (Wikipedia says he had three years at Muscle Shoals High School a decade later).

Brian Robinson: “We had to make’em pay.”

You can watch the whole game here.

Video: Auburn Obsessive.

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

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