Kick Six: The play, the call, live on in Auburn history

Kick Six: The play, the call, live on in Auburn history

By | December 1, 2015

“Chris Davis returned a missed Alabama field goal 109 yards on the game’s final play to carry Auburn to a 34-28 Iron Bowl victory in Jordan-Hare Stadium in a game that will go down in football lore. The game, the play, earned its own name: Kick Six.

Bramblett, Auburn’s broadcaster, called it, and with a prophetic beginning.

‘I guess if this thing comes up short he can field it and run it out. All right, here we go. Fifty-six-yarder. It’s got…no, it does not have the leg. And Chris Davis takes it in the back of the end zone. He’ll run it out to the 10, 15, 20…25-30…35-40…45-50…45… There goes Davis! Davis is going to run it all the way back! Auburn is going to win the football game! Auburn is going to win the football game! He ran the missed goal back! He ran it back 109 yards! They’re not going to keep them off the field tonight! Holy cow! Oh, my God! Auburn wins! Auburn has won the Iron Bowl! Auburn has won the Iron Bowl in the most unbelievable fashion that you will ever see! I cannot believe it!'”

College Vault celebrates legendary moments in college sports and Auburn’s Kick Six is certainly one for the history books. As we prepare for this year’s Iron Bowl, take a look back at the game winning play of 2013:

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