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24 hours later: Five takes from Iron Bowl

TUSCALOOSA – Either Alabama’s defense is really that good or Auburn’s offense is that bad without injured Sean White.

Probably a combination of both.

With future NFL talent in abundance on defense, Alabama kept an opponent out the end zone for a fourth straight game in Saturday’s 30-12 Iron Bowl win, but for Auburn to generate just 182 yards of total offense and only seven first downs really a reflection of Tigers’ starting quarterback not playing? 662 more words

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Auburn QB Jeremy Johnson to start vs. Alabama

Jeremy Johnson will be taking snaps from under center for the Auburn Tigers in the Iron Bowl today.

Getting his second start in two weeks and his second start of the season, Johnson will be tasked with leading his No. 170 more words

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Alabama AD Bill Battle discusses fighting cancer, Nick Saban's salary and Iron Bowl 2016

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) — Bill Battle took over as athletic director at Alabama on March 22, 2013.

Iron Bowl 2016 falls in Battle’s final year of a four year contract. 321 more words

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Gus Malzahn, Auburn players preview the Iron Bowl

AUBURN, Ala. (WIAT) — Kerryon Johnson and Tre’ Williams along with Gus Malzahn met with the media to preview the Iron Bowl matchup against Alabama in the Tigers’ weekly availability. 120 more words

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Kick 6 still sticking with Alabama seniors

TUSCALOOSA – Alabama has won the last two Iron Bowl games, last two SEC titles and the last national championship game, but Jonathan Allen will have that… 233 more words

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Flashback: Derrick Henry's epic Iron Bowl performance

TUSCALOOSA – Damien Harris hadn’t seen anything like it.

As a true freshman last season, Harris watched Derrick Henry run for an Iron Bowl record 271 yards and a touchdown on a school-record 46 carries in Alabama’s 29-13 win. 215 more words

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Iron Bowl look back: 1964

Birmingham hosted the first Alabama-Auburn game in 1893, but the “Iron Bowl” wasn’t born until 1964. That year, Auburn was 6-3 and wasn’t going to a bowl game. 222 more words

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