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Sully to Beasley

December 2, 1972

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My first ever Iron Bowl game....also the beginning of 'rolling the oaks' at Toomers....I know Sewell Hall rocked until Christmas break...

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2 hours ago, triangletiger said:

I was 10 months old.

Me too! ....well, Christmas day that year I was 10 months old...

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My kids are always freaked out that I can recite word-for-word the Sanders/Yearout radio call when I play it. I bet I’ve listened to that thing 500 times😛

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I was stationed California watching some PAC 8 game when CBS broke in with final moments of the game.

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I was not a fan then at age 13  and thus did not hear the radio broadcast. Football really was not interesting to me at all until I attended AU later in the 70s.

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4 hours ago, Glen from West Glenn Ave said:

My wedding day.  I was at my apartment getting ready for the wedding, while catching the game on the tube.  After the two blocked punts, I am amazed that I could remember where the church was.  WDE

It was on TV?

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1 hour ago, ChltteTiger said:

It was on TV?

It was not on TV but it was broadcast on radio. Gary Sanders doing play by play and Gusty Yearout doing color. "Gusty your mouth will work". 

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