Cremated human remains dumped on field after Iron Bowl

When Auburn’s fans rushed the field to celebrate an improbable win over Alabama, someone took advantage of the opportunity to create a lasting memory.

We mean “forever memories. Permanent memories.

According to Auburn’s Turf Grass management team, someone apparently poured ashes on the field of Jordan-Hare Stadium at the conclusion of one of the greatest college football games ever.

Here’s where it gets even stranger:

According to several websites, including The War Eagle Reader, this isn’t the first time it’s happened. And that’s why the grounds crew recognized the ashes of human remains.

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Buzz Off

December 11th, 2013
12:14 am

@little steviejoe,

That was one stupid post!!!


December 10th, 2013
8:56 pm

I feel just a bit of sympathy for all you miserable Georgia fans, hell, you haven’t won anything in 30+ years, so it’s got to hurt deeply to have your betters in the Great State of Alabama win em all for the last 5 freakin’ years. And just so you’ll be informed, nothing will change, we’l always be Alabama, and you won’t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Roll.

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December 5th, 2013
11:19 am

Wait, how did they carry the ashes into the stadium? That must’ve been odd. Can you imagine getting a mouthful of them there human ashes when you get tackled and are at the bottom of the huge pile of linemen? ewwie..


December 5th, 2013
2:00 am

I think those ashes was from Saban along with Bama’s other coaches smoking a bunch of weed before,during and after the game. They’re the ones who left them ashes.


December 4th, 2013
4:51 pm

that is just gross

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Robert Clements

December 3rd, 2013
11:05 pm

How does returning a failed field goal attempt for a touchdown on the last play of the game acquire the description of “One of the best college games ever. Bammy doesn’t have it’s best team ever and as I watched the game it became boring at times.

Another case of the mighty Bammians fat All-Americans and veterans of 2 straight NCs not paying attention. One would have expected better reactions from a Middle School team.

One of the best college games ever???? It wasn’t even the best college game of that day!!!!!


December 3rd, 2013
8:22 pm

Spread the ashes. Don’t throw it into one big clump.
Looks like leftover charcoal spot from a tailgate.
Tacky, tacky, tacky.

Pat Dye

December 3rd, 2013
5:56 pm

You have to “Man Enough” to have your ashes spread on Auburn’s field!
Go Plainsmen
Go Tigers
Go Barners
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