AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - It was easy to tell who won the BCS title
game: Toilet paper flew high and late into the night in Auburn.
Auburn fans celebrated the Tigers' 22-19 win Monday night over
Oregon in the BCS championship in their traditional way by rolling
trees at Toomers Corner, located at an intersection just off
"It's great to be an Auburn Tiger!" thousands of fans cheered
in the street.
The win gives the state of Alabama a unique claim with
back-to-back BCS championships and Heisman trophies. Auburn and Cam Newton won this year, while Alabama and Mark Ingram won last year.
Auburn's only previous national championship in football was in
1957, when Dwight Eisenhower was president and cars had big tail
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