PHOTOS: Auburn hosts Ole Miss, 1973 October 23, 2020 by Staff 11 Comments 40 SHARES Share on Facebook Tweet Email this Save Share Share Share Share Share Share Share Share Custom Custom Custom Custom Custom 1973 was a disappointing year (6-6). But that never stopped us from beating Ole Miss (14-7). Or from lookin’ good. War Eagle. Photos by Larry Parker. * For Shug. Support TWER
I certainly remember lusting after and even trying to get a date with the long haired brunette in pics 5 and 6. Susan Mitchell or somethinglikethat. Never happened. Believe me, she was a lot prettier in color. I had forgotten we played our games in BxW back then. Seem to recall that the goofy looking guy in the last 2 pics was sort of a “joke” on campus-Jerry sumpinorother. Everyone thought he was AU’s first non-hetero male. Hope he’s not watching or married to anyone’s sister on here.
Pictures 5 and 6 are Judy McKissick from Montgomery
Why am I lusting after a woman (Miss 5&6) old enough to be my mother.
No wonder she wouldn’t go out w/me, I didn’t know her name. There were about 3-4 “babes” on the squad during those years-she certainly qualifies.
Dang JBoggs, Harsh dude.
Ron HArris says
That was my first Auburn game, I believe they also renamed the stadium after Shug from Cliff Hare stadium to the present, Jordan-Hare. 🙂 Also, I pulled for Ole Miss that day as I was a naive HS sophmore. Little did I know I would attend Auburn in 3 years. By the way, I pulled against UAT too. 🙂
lexi smalley says
I LOOKED ON HERE AND THE FIRST PICTURE ON HERE WAS MY MOTHER, HOW COOL
Judy McK is now Judy Hooper, mother of Davis Hooper.
1976 was a horrible year for Auburn football (3-8) but we got up early to drive to Oxford and watch the game and turn around and drive back. Auburn won, 10-0 that day. Just sayin’.
Judy McK is now Judy Hooper, mother of Perry and Davis, who played fb at AU, and Thomas who played at S Carolina.
Third from the end. Is that Paul “Something”? I am asking because one of the Auburn Cheerleaders helped coach my HS wrestling team at Carver in 1975. Needless to say I really didn’t spend much time looking at his face.