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Little fun fact for you. And now I'm trying to imagine up the craziest question I can think of so I can call and drive these kids crazy :-P

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Football Field After Auburn Iron Bowl Win 2013.

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Football in the South

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Pretty cool!

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beautiful.

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FAVORITE VIDEO EVER...Cam Newton: Auburn student, fan, cheerleader and witness to Auburn win over Alabama. They said he would never come back or care about Auburn, he proved them wrong! War Damn to that!

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Aubie crowd surfing was one of the very few highlights of this season. War eagle anyways

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WAR EAGLE!! Take a look at this Blue Auburn Mascot Slipper by Blow-Out on #zulily today!

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"All In" for AU

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YAY

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WAR EAGLE HEY!

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Aubie♥ War Eagle

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LOVE THIS. So true for southern people. --10 commandments of college football: 1. Thou shalt wear team colors. But think twice before adorning yourself with body paint—you don’t want to be the Internet photo that goes viral. 2. Thou shalt know—and sing—your team’s fight song from beginning to end. Sure, you can “watermelon watermelon” your way through the alma mater, but not memorizing the fight song is a fan failure. 3. Thou shalt keep your language clean (unless, of course, the quarterback fumbles on fourth and goal). 4. Thou shalt support the coach. Even when his calls are questionable. 5. Thou shalt be respectful to visiting teams. Remember: Southern ladies and gentlemen never boo. 6. Thou shalt set up a tailgate no fewer than three hours before kickoff (six if it’s a night game). Table linens and matching huggers encouraged, but not required. 7. Thou shalt theme your tailgate food around the visiting rival. Gator bites, anyone? 8. Thou shalt stay through the fourth quarter—rain or shine. That’s what ponchos are for, y’all. 9. Thou shalt respect the solemnity of Game Day by planning weddings, births, and other life events around the football schedule. 10. Thou shalt not covet other teams’ bowl games, national championships, or Heisman Trophy wins. There’s always next year. |From the September 2011 Magazine Issue

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