Nov. 30 will mark the five-year anniversary of the Kick Six, the unforgettable Iron Bowl game in which Auburn beat Alabama on a missed field goal returned for a touchdown. Although some time has passed since the classic Iron Bowl showdown, Auburn fans are still reminding the Crimson Tide faithful about what went down.
ESPN’s Peter Burns tweeted out a photo Monday of an Auburn fan’s license plate. The North Carolina plate reads “T:01”, referencing the one second remaining when Alabama lined up for a potential game-winning 57-yard field goal.
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After officials determined there was one second left for the Crimson Tide, Alabama kicker Adam Griffith’s missed field goal was returned 109 yards by Chris Davis to give Auburn a 34-28 victory. The win sent the Tigers to the SEC Championship Game en route to the National Championship Game.
Auburn’s 26-14 victory over Alabama last November gave the Tigers their first win over the Crimson Tide since the Kick Six. The two will face off on Nov. 24 in Tuscaloosa.