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You need some bammer jokes?

Why does bammer have a manure cart in the homecoming parade?

-To keep Flies off the homecoming queen.

How many bammer fans does it take to properly grease a car?

-One if you hit him just right.

What do you call 10K bammers at the bottom of the ocean?

-A damn good start.

What do parasites and bammers have in common?

-They can both live off a dead bear for 25 years.

How do you get an Alabama fan off your porch?

-pay them for the pizzza

Why did OJ hide in Tuscaloosa?

-You would never look for a Heisman winner their.

How do you find an Alabama fan in the woods?

-Follow the trail of dead possum carcasses

You know the difference between a bammer and a trampoline?

-You take your shoes off to jump on a trampoline.


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President Saban

Who Knew? Nick Saban get’s the presidential suite when he travels for the Iron Bowl. Oh, and it’s free too. Nice perks

Revised and updated itinerary 11:49am1/26/09:


20 Years Ago

In the first Iron Bowl ever played in Auburn. A game that Bear Bryant himself said would never be played on the Plains. The #11 Tigers beat #2 and previously undefeated Alabama 30–20.

Pat Dye Iron Bowl 1989

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Bulletin Board Material

“There’s not going to be any pressure,” said quarterback Greg McElroy, who will be making his first Iron Bowl start. “It’s just going to be the same old team that we played last year.”

Alabama’s Javier Arenas: “When I heard Carnell Williams went to Auburn, I thought it was a D III school.”


Nick Saban = Short People

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It’s Iron Bowl Week!!! WAR DAMN EAGLE!!!

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“I already know.” -Lache Seastrunk

On where he will commit to on signing day…

“Everybody can make assumptions,” Seastrunk said. “I already know. Well, I really don’t know yet. I’m gonna take my last three visits in January and then have a decision.”


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More quotes from Dyer

“When I went to the game [a 41-30 Tigers win over West Virginia on Sept. 19)] it was pouring down rain and the game was delayed 30 minutes, but the fans were still there cheering and wet. People had paint all over their bodies and signs that they held out and they sat there throughout the game. They didn’t move. Those are true fans that I would like to play for and go out there and give 100 percent.”

“The last few weeks, me and Marcus Lattimore have had conversations and sent texts back and forth trying to figure out what’s going on and to see if he’s going to go to Auburn or not,” Dyer said. “I told him it would be great for both of us to come out there and tag-team and run the ball. He seemed to be very respectful like he would fit into Auburn. I have been working on him to get him to commit there. He’s a nice guy and it would be pretty amazing to get him to commit to Auburn.”

“I wanted to go out and do my own thing,” Dyer said. “I didn’t want to feel like I had to be a star at Arkansas and live up to somebody else’s hype. I wanted to go out and live my life according to how I feel. I was my choice. I just wanted to go live my life and get a brand new start. It was just what I am looking for.”

“Auburn is on the rise,” he said. “We want it to be that team that everybody talks about like Florida or LSU. Auburn is going to be that one day. Once we all get there and get on the same page, we are going to make history.”