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NCAA.com | December 25, 2013

O Christmas Lights, O Christmas Lights

Auburn and Alabama play in a football game known as the Iron Bowl. It's a rather important football game to people who live in the state of Alabama and surrounding areas. Earlier this year, Auburn won the Iron Bowl in rather dramatic fashion. (You can look it up.) So naturally, someone in Alabama created this Christmas lights show with the radio call of the game-winning touchdown. We can only imagine what will happen if Auburn wins the BCS. You can learn more about this amazing light display at the Burton Christmas Lights page on Facebook.


 

Florida State plays Auburn in the BCS title game and Seminoles love their team just as much as any SEC fan. Not to be outdone by an Auburn fan, this FSU fan put together a rather impressive light show.


 

Bob Witt is a Penn State graduate. He also owns 45,000 Christmas lights. If you combine those two facts you will get a yard that look like this.

While it was an up-and-down year for Southern Cal on the gridiron, the Trojans were able to overcome turmoil and still make it to a bowl game. We know this house was happy watching the Las Vegas Bowl as USC defeated Fresno State.


 

Michigan State upset Ohio State in the Big Ten championship and is headed to the Rose Bowl. This pleased Spartan fans and caused one MSU fan to do this to his house.


 

Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma State and won Bedlam this year. So in order to show off their Sooner pride these people thought it was perfectly resonable to create this Christmas light show. Boomer Sooner indeed.


 

 

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