BC: The Jackson trip to victory
FC: AUBURN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP | January 2011
1: Our Story | On October 24, 2010, Auburn was ranked first in the BCS polls for the first time in school history. Their quarterback, Cameron Newton, became a Heisman Trophy winner. He had a total of 2,854 yards passing and 30 passing touchdowns. Auburn ended the 2010 regular season a perfect 12-0 after a come-back win over cross-state rival, Alabama, in the 75th "Iron Bowl" game by a score of 28-27. Auburn defeated South Carolina in the December 4th, 2010 SEC Championship game in Atlanta, GA by a score of 56 -17. This SEC Championship victory clinched Auburn's berth in the BCS National Championship Game. The 2011 Tostitos BCS National Championship Game was the final college football game to determine the national champion of the 2010 NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) season. The finale of the 2010-2011 Bowl Championship Series was played at the University of Phoenix Stadium, the host facility of the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona on January 10, 2011 at 8:30 p.m. ET. Our beloved Auburn Tigers from the Southeastern Conference faced the Oregon Ducks of the Pacific 10 Conference for the National Championship. A 19-yard field goal by Wes Byrum, as time expired, won the game for the Tigers, with the final score 22-19.
2: the jacksons fly to arizona
6: #25 / Quarterback | ELIZABETH JACKSON | 5' 8" | 152 | # / OUTSIDE LINEBACKER | THE LAYFIELDS | #25 / Quarterback | MELISSA JACKSON | BRIAN JAMES | # / MIDDLE LINEBACKER | FORREST JACKSON
7: # / MIDDLE LINEBACKER | ISLA WILANDER | # / CORNER BACK | BRIAN PERKINS | # / CORNER BACK | JACK JACKSON | # / MIDDLE LINEBACKER | SHEREI LOPEZ
8: FIRST VIEW OF THE STATIUM
11: MANAGER | PreGame Fun
16: TIGERS | the | 22 | 0 | 02 | 2 | 0 | 1 | 4 | 19 | 0 | 3
17: AUBURN WINS!