He used to just show up, but once Gus Malzahn’s appetite for midnight victory breakfast became the stuff of Instagram legend, the Waffle House on W. Glenn Ave. apparently became so popular he couldn’t get a table after the Georgia game, the most Waffle House nights of Waffle House nights (up to that point). Not so after the Iron Bowl, which is now the most Waffle House nights of Waffle House nights forever and always (unless Malzahn and Co. vanquish evil itself at some point).
When he showed up Saturday night, he had a reserved booth, one of those orange shakers, personal notes from grateful fans and his very own Waffle House hat waiting for him.
Photo: David Adkison.
Related: What the Pensacola Graffiti Bridge looked like after the Iron Bowl.
More OMG Iron Bowl:
* Highlights, Iron Bowl, Highlights
* Watch Rod Bramblett, Stan White and the Auburn radio broadcast booth react to the final play
* Hear Rod and Eli back to back
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Joe Rutledge says
I graduated from AU 1967
Never seen any AU game as
beautiful as this. War Eagle!
Thank you Coach Malzahn!!
Thank you Tigers 2013! Phenominal!!!
That’s the best Waffle House in town. I used to go up there on a lonely weekday night to eat some over-salted steaks and get motivated with some coffee to push through working in the night. Miss you Auburn.