With title game berth, Auburn's miracle turnaround is complete
Across campus, the toilet paper began sailing. The Toomer's oaks were removed in the spring, but Charmin found its way onto nearly all the plant life that remained. A year after the program hit a devastating low, it once again stood near college football's summit. "It's been a remarkable ride," said Ford, who after the Texas A&M win on Oct. 19 was the first to give voice to the idea that this might be a team of destiny. "Because I play, I can't really be too overwhelmed. I think my moment ended last night. It gets to a point where you just have to start focusing on things that you have to do. You have to start making plans."