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THE BEST OF THE WEEKEND IN SPORTS
Steelers at Ravens
Both teams are coming off gut-wrenching losses and will be primed for a fight in one of the NFL’s best rivalry games. Ben Roethlisberger (concussion) is expected to take the field.
No 2. Alabama at Auburn
Before the Crimson Tide take on Florida in the SEC championship game, they will put their undefeated record on the line in one of the most intense rivalries in college football.
Cardinals at Titans
Somehow, Tennessee has inched itself back into the playoff picture by winning four straight under a rejuvenated Vince Young.
TWT FIVE ” BEST ALABAMA-AUBURN GAMES
1. 1985 - Alabama 25, Auburn 23 - Down by two with only 37 seconds left on its own 12-yard line, Alabama managed to get to the Auburn 35, where kicker Van Tiffin nailed a 52-yard field goal as time expired.
2. 1995 - Alabama 24, Auburn 23 - The Crimson Tide needed to win to reach the SEC championship game and led early before giving up 23 unanswered points. Down 23-17, Alabama quarterback Freddie Kitchens led a late drive resulting in a game-winning touchdown.
3. 1964 - Alabama 21, Auburn 14 - In the first Iron Bowl to be broadcast nationally, young quarterback Joe Namath helped Bear Bryant win his second national championship at Alabama.
4. 1971 - Alabama 31, Auburn 7 - Both teams entered undefeated, with an Orange Bowl berth against Nebraska on the line. Auburn had Heisman Trophy winner Pat Sullivan, but Alabama had far more firepower.
5. 1997 - Auburn 18, Alabama 17 - All the Crimson Tide needed to do was get a first down to seal a win, but Auburn recovered a fumbled screen pass, setting up a game-winning 39-yard field goal with 21 seconds left.
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