Greatest Auburn Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Auburn football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2013 Iron Bowl vs. Alabama - The Kick Six
2011 National Championship vs. Oregon - National Championship
1994 SEC Regular Season vs. LSU - Interception Game
1982 Iron Bowl vs. Alabama - Bo Over the Top

Rest your pint on history.

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2013 Iron Bowl
The Kick Six
5 Auburn vs. 1 Alabama
34 - 28
November 30, 2013
Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, AL
With the Iron Bowl tied at 28-28, Alabama thought they would kick a field goal for the win. But the kick fell short and Chris Davis ran into the history books with one of college football's greatest ever plays - an end-zone to end-zone "Kick Six" touchdown.
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2011 National Championship
National Championship
1 Auburn vs. 2 Oregon
22 - 19
January 10, 2011
University of Phoenix Stadium
The score was tied at 19-19 with 2:33 left in the National Championship. Auburn drove 73 yards to the 1 yard line to get the game winning field goal. The most memorable play was when Michael Dyer seemed to be tackled after a 7 yard run, but having fallen on an Oregon defender was able to get up and run 37 more yards.
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1994 SEC Regular Season
Interception Game
11 Auburn vs. LSU
30 - 26
September 17, 1994
Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, AL
#11 Auburn had a 14 game winning streak and was a heavy favorite against unranked LSU. But by the 4th quarter LSU had jumped out to a 23-9 lead. What followed was an improbable comeback of turnovers. By the end of the game Auburn had choked up 6 interceptions, 2 fumbles and the win.
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1982 Iron Bowl
Bo Over the Top
Auburn vs. Alabama
23 - 22
November 27, 1982
Legion Field, Birmingham, AL
Auburn was looking to break a 9 year losing streak to Alabama and freshman sensation, and former high school high jumper Bo Jackson was the ticket. Down by 5, Auburn had driven to Alabama's 1 yard line with under 3 minutes remaining. On 4th and goal, Jackson dove over the top of the lines to clinch the Iron Bowl win.
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