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Several Auburn defensive players were hospitalized for dehydration after the 1994 Auburn-LSU Interception Game

Auburn players played both ways back in the day. And in the 1994 game. The defense was responsible for every score except a field goal in Auburn’s 20-26 win over LSU. The Tigers got one first down in the second half and scored 27 points. It was insane. It was AU-Dacity (explained here).

Auburn defenders carried the team on their back all the way to the hospital, at least some of them. Did pre-beet dudes normally have to go the hospital for dehydration after the game? I don’t know. Still seemed like a post-worthy footnote.

(Can’t see the video? Try here.)

You can watch the pre-hospital locker room interviews after the game here.

Video: Auburn Obsessive.

More Wacky LSU Stuff:

* What really happened at the Auburn-LSU ‘Earthquake Game’?
* Auburn’s 1908 team went undefeated despite losing to professional LSU team
* Remembering the forgotten victims (and ‘rumors’) from the ‘Night the Barn Burned’ during the 1996 Auburn-LSU game
* VIDEO: Curley Hallman’s 1994 Auburn-LSU post-game press conference

* LSU hoodie, Auburn logo

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