Pat Sullivan. Morganna the Kissing Bandit, or at least a Morganna the Kissing Bandit impersonator and her over-sized shakers... what a fun, perfectly mid-80s night it must have been for members of the Northwest Georgia Auburn Club. Speaking of Morganna? h/t @AU_History / photos via the Auburn Alumni Association. If you’d like to help TWER keep on keepin’ on, please … [Read more...] about That time a Morganna the Kissing Bandit impersonator busted in on Pat Sullivan at an Auburn club meeting
Archives for April 2015
I found Rich Thomas—somebody had to—at the end of this WSFA segment on Aubie and Big Al shot the week of the 1982 Iron Bowl, back when The Friends weren't muzzled when dealing with the media. It was just Rich's second year on the job. P.S. Please tell me that's Morgana the Kissing Bandit... Can't see the video? Try here. Video: Auburn Obsessive. If you’d … [Read more...] about Watch this 1982 WSFA Iron Bowl week news segment on Aubie and Big Al (starring young Rich Thomas)
Van and John thoroughly discuss the 2015 Auburn A-Day Game and answer listener questions. If you’d like to help TWER keep on keepin’ on, click here. … Keep Reading: * Praise and worship standard ‘More Precious Than Silver’ inspired by 1978 french fry theft at Auburn McDonald’s * Remembering the McLean Deluxe, ‘the burger that made Auburn famous’ * Playboy’s … [Read more...] about The Wishbone Podcast: All A-Day Discussion
Remember the Rainbow Man? Well, Auburn may have once had a Rainbow Man. Only instead of John 3:16 signs (and kidnapping charges), he was holding up Auburn seat cushions and promoting the gospel of Shug. Or at least it seems like the guy our old pal Allen Spain spotted holding up a "War Eagle" seat cushion in ABC's broadcast of the 1970 Ole Miss-LSU game, and the guy he found … [Read more...] about Was an Auburn fan photobombing broadcasts of other teams’ games in the 1970s?
The Kindergarteners at Holy Trinity Episcopal School took their annual field trip to The Auburn Network offices Wednesday morning. The youngsters toured the facilities with Rod Bramblett, the Voice of Auburn himself, who taught them about satellite transmission, ISDN, and studio etiquette. Once trained, Rich Perkins, host of The Drive, helped them make a secret recording to … [Read more...] about Rod Bramblett plays ‘Kick Six’ Iron Bowl call for Auburn Christian school kids, apologizes for using Lord’s name
in vain in a completely appropriately way