See Toomer's Corner madness after Auburn's win vs. Alabama

After No. 6 Auburn took down No. 1 Alabama in the Iron Bowl on Saturday, the celebration at Jordan-Hare Stadium was crazy – fans stormed the field and got stuck in bushes and everything.

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But fans rolling Toomer’s Corner was just as nuts. It was an incredible scene with toilet paper and people everywhere. It’s one of the best traditions in college football. Here’s a quick rundown of the history:

In 1896, in Auburn, Alabama, Toomer’s Drugs opened at the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and College Street. The spot became known as Toomer’s Corner. The story goes that the store had the town’s only telegraph machine. When The Tigers notched a big road victory, people tossed ticker tape onto the telegraph cables … Since then, when Auburn wins away from Jordan-Hare Stadium, fans decorate Toomer’s Corner with rolls upon rolls of toilet paper.

For reference, here’s what it looked like earlier in the day:

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Here are the after videos and images:

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