VIDEO: Uncle Si from 'Duck Dynasty' visits Auburn

ssorich@ledger-enquirer.comAugust 25, 2013 

— When it came to media interviews, Uncle Si was a man of few words Saturday night.

Uncle Si and Alan Robertson from "Duck Dynasty" visited the Auburn University arena for an event benefiting Youth First, Campus Life and Orphanage Emmanuel. The event also included a variety of comedy and music acts.

Once on stage, Uncle Si and Alan shared family stories consistent with what viewers see on "Duck Dynasty." The show, which airs on the A&E network, "catapulted to become the biggest unscripted show in cable history with its fourth season premiere," according to Today.com.

It attracted nearly 11.8 million viewers, the article adds. "Duck Dynasty" focuses on a West Monroe, La., family who makes products for duck hunters.

Back to Saturday's Auburn visit: As I noted, Uncle Si didn't have much to say to the media -- which makes this clip even more awesome. Enjoy and share your reactions in the comments section.

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