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Now or Never, Alabama Must Stay Strong After Upset

Look, we all knew this was going to happen. It was never a matter of if they lose, it was always a matter of when they lose. 566 more words

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Got $25,000? Chris Davis' Auburn helmet heading to auction

If you need something for that tough-to-buy-for Auburn fan, here’s your chance.

The helmet worn by Chris Davis during last year’s Iron Bowl, made famous by his stunning 109-yard return return of Alabama’s missed field as time expired to give the Tigers a 34-28 victory, is going to auction. 186 more words

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Chris Davis' 'kick-six' Auburn helmet up for auction

The helmet worn by Auburn cornerback Chris Davis during the 109-yard return as time expired that beat Alabama in last year’s Iron Bowl is up for auction. 120 more words

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Woman charged in shooting at Iron Bowl party gets new court date

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – The case against a woman accused of killing another woman after the Iron Bowl has been continued until November.

Adrian Briskey is charged with killing Michelle Shepherd. 43 more words


Springfield College vs. Western New England Rivalry Game Gets Unique Name

Alex Thomas
Staff Writer

It was a scene that, quite frankly, football players dream about. Friday night, under the lights, and the stadium packed. That was the setting at Stagg field this past Friday night as a new rivalry was born, the first ever Pynchon Saw Game and second meeting between Springfield College and Western New England University. 439 more words

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Weekly Self-Published Book Review: Alabama Auburn

Book reviews are a great way for self-publishing authors to gain exposure. After all, how can someone buy your book if he or she doesn’t know it exists? 149 more words

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Labor of Love

I started writing this post in my daughter’s apartment while watching a pair of male cats and the NCAA Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. Faith was away, and those boys needed to be fed – they always need to be fed. 853 more words