Few iterations of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry have kept Auburn players up at night more than the 1971 game.
n 1892, Anthony Foster McKissick, the first director of Auburn’s first electrical engineering laboratory, helped lay the foundation for Auburn football as the Tigers’ first center. Four years later, he helped do the same for a scientific breakthrough that changed the world.
Nancy was my first First Lady, the first I remember at least. Just Say No. Mr. T. Alf. She was awesome. In early May 1976, she stopped in Auburn during a short campaign swing through the Heart of Dixie (whose Republicans supported her husband more than Gerald Ford) in advance of the May 4 primary elections […]
Terry Beasley could catch anything. After winning the Heisman, Pat Sullivan couldn’t catch a break. First ABC gives Ed Marinaro, winner of the first ever Second Place Heisman Trophy, a little segment on ABC that has him strolling across Cornell’s campus, comely coed on his arm, telling the world that he should have won the First Place […]
One good thing to come out of Auburn’s first meeting with Missouri is this wonderful little clip on Shug’s wonderful last name…