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CBS will not be allowed to broadcast the 2014 Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn in Bryant-Denny Stadium this year as the network has exhausted the number of appearances (5) for Alabama this season.

Alabama's games against Florida, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, LSU and Mississippi State this season will all have been broadcasted on CBS. The network announced Monday that they will air the Egg Bowl between Ole Miss and Mississippi State on Saturday November 29th instead.

This will be the first Egg Bowl on network TV since 1964, according to The Clarion-Ledger.

Auburn and Alabama will play on Saturday November 29th at 7:45pm on ESPN.

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SHOCKTIDE116 months
demtigers73 - 6 days agoAuburn vs Alabama won't mean crap, after State goes in dry on the Gumps on Saturday!!

So DimWittigers73 how did that work out for you. Roll Tide Roll. How about them Dawgs 34-7 and them Hogs 17-0. ROLL TIDE ROLL
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Buttermilk Pancakes116 months
Too much Bama
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demtigers73116 months
Auburn vs Alabama won't mean crap, after State goes in dry on the Gumps on Saturday!!
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PanhandleDawg116 months
The REC pays the Refs! Why can't they pay CBS...
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BuddyLAM116 months
I hate espn when they have big games like this one
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Swendel3rd116 months
I see a real meltdown for Verne and Gary. They must be heart-broken. I wonder if Tom Ritter will get this game? He needs to make sure he follows the SEC office rules and get the boys from Bama in the final 4.
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Pavoloco83116 months
CBS frick up of massive proportions
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