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Tuberville gets a B-day to remember

Originally Published: September 18, 2004
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

AUBURN, Ala. -- The LSU Tigers came off the field in disbelief, the jet-engine roar of the biggest crowd in Auburn history raining down upon them. No. 4 LSU was going to lose to No. 15 Auburn, 10-9, and it had been 11 games and one national championship since LSU had lost.

Someone patted freshman quarterback JaMarcus Russell on the back, consoling him after he threw an interception that killed LSU's last-minute drive at the Auburn 38 with nine seconds to play. Early Doucet, the freshman ...

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