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Do You Know This Heckler?

By Kristin Gold  - bio | email | Twitter

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - He spoke for many fans two years ago when Auburn announced Gene Chizik as the Head Football Coach.  He was so passionate about his disapproval that he met Jay Jacobs at the Auburn airport and heckled him, shouting he'd take anyone over Chizik.  The mystery heckler shouted "5 and 19, 5 and 19" refering to Chizik's losing record as a Head Coach at Iowa State. 

Now that Chizik is 21-5 at Auburn, and has led the Tigers to the National Championship Game, how does this heckler feel?

If you know of, or are the heckler seen in the video, please call or email the newsroom.  We'd love to talk to you.

WTVM Newsroom: 706-494-5458


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