He had a smile on his face and a ring on his finger, and in that moment, Tommy Tuberville couldn’t have cared less about any of it. He was being acknowledged, claimed, loved by Auburn, and by arguably the best team ever to assemble at midfield in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
The Jumbotron zoomed in and man, it was something. They were something.
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Related: The story behind the 2004 Auburn team’s national championship rings.
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More on Auburn’s unclaimed national championships:
* Pat Dye claimed the national title for Auburn in 1983, said his team would wear New York Times national championship rings
* Bret Eddins on 2004 USC: ‘We would have killed them.’
* Players from 2004 Auburn team say they beat Cam and Co. by 1 point
* Georgia company was selling actual manure for fans to send to AP and UPI voters who didn’t rank the Tigers No. 1 for 1983
* Bama wins its first national championship four years after Auburn won its first national championship
* Terry Bowden tells TWER Auburn has right to claim 1993 national championship
* Auburn fan tells the AP to kiss his grits
* ‘My national championship for Auburn in 1913 is a very valid national championship,’ Richard Billingsley tells TWER
* Rational Champions
* Auburn media guides have been ‘acknowledging’ national championships for 1913, 1983, 1993, 2004 teams for years
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