Tears of joy and laughter–so sorry, Dana–were shared yet again on last week’s episode of It’s Pronounced Jordan, the most exciting, groundbreakingest guerrilla Auburn history program on the radio-net, and knowledge filled our heads fuller than the helium footballs punted across the fields of Jackie Sherrill’s paranoid daydreams. But before you catch up or relive it, an exciting word.
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And now back to the incredible, incredible show.
* Cam Newton faith heals Bama child while leading Auburn grade schoolers in “War Eagle”
* Streaking at Auburn, 1974
* Cam Newton’s Night Out
* Auburn’s new Miss USA
* Former Nitro Girl recalls time at Auburn
* Drew Carey’s thoughts on Auburn
* Auburn grads start the Netflix of neckties
* Bjork wrote a song about Auburn’s “Hey Day”
* John Travolta in an Auburn T-shirt
* Glory, Glory: Alice Fraasa, the Snorg Tees Girl, is banner Auburn coed