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Senior Linebacker Playing Final Iron Bowl

Auburn, Ala.--Linebacker Karibi Dede didn't know much about Auburn when he arrived on the Plains in January of 2002. He had actually never been to Auburn when he moved from Dumfries, Va., but he knew about the Iron Bowl.

"I knew about it because it is that big," Dede explains. "I didn't know a lot about Auburn and I didn't know a lot about Alabama, but I knew about it. You've got your traditional rivalries and this is one of the big, big rivalries in the country. It could be the biggest. It's definitely top three. The tradition, the hatred and passion that goes into this one runs deep." Now as a senior, the...

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