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SportWatch: Auburn fans prematurely celebrate Final 4 win at Toomer's Corner

05:15  07 april  2019
05:15  07 april  2019 Source:   si.com

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Auburn fans prematurely gathered at Toomer ' s Corner on campus to celebrate a Final Four win over Virginia, but were disappointed moments later. Fans rolled the intersection of College Street and Magnolia Avenue's famous oak trees with toilet paper when the team clinched spots in the Sweet 16

Watch: Auburn fans prematurely celebrate Final 4 win at Toomer's Corner© Michael Chang/Getty Images Final Four 2019: Auburn vs. Virginia ending gets Tigers fans to roll Toomer's Corner

Auburn fans prematurely gathered at Toomer's Corner on campus to celebrate a Final Four win over Virginia, but were disappointed moments later.

Fans rolled the intersection of College Street and Magnolia Avenue's famous oak trees with toilet paper when the team clinched spots in the Sweet 16, the Elite Eight and Final Four.

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Tiger supporters started rolling trees and gathering for another round of revelry before Virginia's Kyle Guy was fouled with 0.6 seconds left. Down two, Guy went to the line for three free throws and made them all. Virginia held off the comeback for a 63–62 win and clinched a spot in the national championship for the first time in school history.

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Charles Barkley cries tears of joy as Auburn makes first ever Final Four It’s a special day for Auburn University, and that naturally led to an emotional moment from one of the school’s most famous alumni. Despite missing one of its most important players in Chuma Okeke, Auburn stunned Kentucky 77-71 in the Elite Eight to reach the first Final Four in program history. In the immediate aftermath of the victory, Auburn alumnus Charles Barkley was emotional. Enjoy it, Charles. pic.twitter.com/ZyNq4Lpbcm— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 31, 2019 Initially trying to hold back a smile, Barkley accepted a congratulations from co-host Kenny Smith.

It’s the first time Auburn has advanced to the Final Four . Here’s the scene at Toomer ’ s Corner According to the Auburn Athletics Department, the tradition of decorating Toomer ’ s Corner began when employees of the drug store would throw ticket tape to celebrate news of an Auburn football

Auburn fans thought the team was heading to the NCAA Tournament title game. by Tyler Savitsky. Kyle Guy drained all three foul shots to take the lead and eventual win in Minneapolis. Students at Toomer ' s Corner in Auburn , Alabama, did not wait until the final whistle to get its celebration

Oh dear.

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