This makes me proud to say "War Eagle"
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Auburn hospitality sets standards
Gamecock fans can show team pride without being rude, disrespectful
By Josh Dawsey, Ellen Meder and Kara Apel
The Daily Gamecock
Published: Sunday, September 26, 2010
Updated: Monday, September 27, 2010 01:09
Welcome to Auburn.
Seriously. Welcome to Auburn.
Everyone said it - while giving directions, offering food, serving free drinks and speaking to all.
They shook hands. They thanked you for visiting.
And some even apologized just in case someone else was mean to you. It almost felt like there was a planned hospitality committee in this gorgeous, quaint town on the Plains. We all were in awe- the only rude fans we saw were wearing garnet and black.
Jordan-Hare Stadium was an incredible experience due to a raucous crowd, a fantastic gameday environment and a gorgeous eagle that swooped over the stadium and sat on the sideline. The crowd chanted the entire game, but there were no rude catcalls toward USC or untoward motions to the fans, at least from our vantage points.
This small town was the best of the best. Before the game, friends told us all the campus was like Clemson. Not true. This place was pristine with class. It had character. And the people had character. They even recycled....
...Thank you, Auburn. You set the standard for what SEC football should be. If we have to lose, we'll lose there every time. From what we saw, you gave us the best of the South and the best college football has to offer. Let's do the same for Alabama in two weeks.