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Looking back, Game 7: Tigers make Texas-sized statement

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In the Texas town of College Station, in the sound and fury of Kyle Field, Auburn made a statement to the college football world. The Tigers of 2013 and Gus Malzahn, their first-year head coach, were no shooting star. They were back on college football's big stage and intended to stay there. Includes Malzahn video.

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