Auburn's Prayer Is Answered


AUBURN, Alabama - Yes. Believe it. It’s finally, miraculously true. The Auburn Tigers are living on a prayer. The prayer. The Prayer in Jordan-Hare.

That old Bon Jovi hit used to be a nice sing-along around here. Now it’ll be an anthem, the soundtrack to one of the most important and improbable moments and victories in school history.

The last two years, the Tigers didn’t have a prayer at either end of Amen Corner. Now after Auburn 43, Georgia 38, their hopes of winning the division, conference and national championships - yes, I said national championship - are still alive.

All because of a prayer. The prayer. The Prayer in Jordan-Hare.


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