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This Has to Be Made Into The Painting for the 2010 Iron Bowl

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Gotta be one of the coolest sports pics I've ever seen....

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I don't see the picture you are talking about, but imo the play of the game of the Iron Bowl wasn't Cam or Darvin Adams or any of the touchdowns...it was whoever chased Ingram downfield and popped the ball out, forcing a touchback. That's one of the best hustle plays the Iron Bowl has ever seen.

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Never mind, now it came up. Good pic. Excuse me while I throw up.

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That's the pic I posted... can you see it now?
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UAdan said:

I don't see the picture you are talking about, but imo the play of the game of the Iron Bowl wasn't Cam or Darvin Adams or any of the touchdowns...it was whoever chased Ingram downfield and popped the ball out, forcing a touchback. That's one of the best hustle plays the Iron Bowl has ever seen.

Yeah, that's the pic in Vader's post.  It was a great play, but damn it made me sick.
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Yeah it didn't show up at first for me but now it's there.

I was yelling at the TV the entire play...saw it coming from a mile away....but I can't fault Ingram for it. He was just trying to get as many yards as he could. It was just a great play by the Barner. George Teague-like.

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And no offense to the Auburn fans here, so please don't take it the wrong way...I'm not degrading the success of your season by any means...

But when I saw that oval-shaped football bounce directly straight down the field for twenty freakin' yards, tightroping the sidelines like that...into the endzone for a safety...I just had a thought come into my mind, "How many teams that win the national championship have to get through the season on a few lucky bounces on plays like that?"

Goodness knows we did last year...Cody's blocked kicks, the no-call on Peterson's INT, McCoy getting hit at just the right angle to take him out of the game...fact is, you can't win it all without a break here and there...maybe AU is a team of destiny after all. That play seemed to define y'all's season. Not necessarily "lucky", but all-out effort and the perfect storm of fate to get you where you are.

It's a play I'll remember for a long time, for the wrong reasons.

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UAdan said:

And no offense to the Auburn fans here, so please don't take it the wrong way...I'm not degrading the success of your season by any means...

But when I saw that oval-shaped football bounce directly straight down the field for twenty freakin' yards, tightroping the sidelines like that...into the endzone for a safety...I just had a thought come into my mind, "How many teams that win the national championship have to get through the season on a few lucky bounces on plays like that?"

Goodness knows we did last year...Cody's blocked kicks, the no-call on Peterson's INT, McCoy getting hit at just the right angle to take him out of the game...fact is, you can't win it all without a break here and there...maybe AU is a team of destiny after all. That play seemed to define y'all's season. Not necessarily "lucky", but all-out effort and the perfect storm of fate to get you where you are.

It's a play I'll remember for a long time, for the wrong reasons.

You're right and I can think of a number of other key plays that had to go one way or we'd not be in the NC or even SEC picture right now. In fact I'd go so far as to say Auburn has had more key turning point plays such as this than any other NC contender in the BCS era. I count at least 5 games where the differnce in winning and losing came down to one play.

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This was cumulating down our sideline, my friend was screaming for Mark to run and I was watching A.C. run like he stole somethin, he swung that arm back and somehow punched it to the end zone without it going O.B. (which I thought it had). It didn't seem possible that the ball rolled that way in a tight string like it did.
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God's will, i tell you. God's will