Parade Of Champions Photo Gallery Two

Photos from the Tigers' 13-0 celebration parade that was held on Saturday afternoon are featured.

Photos are featured from Saturday's parade to honor the 2004 Auburn football, which finished 13-0.

Linebackers coach Joe Whitt is shown during the festivites. He is the senior member of the Auburn football coaching staff.


Sophomore defensive end Quentin Groves has a good time speaking to the huge crowd that was gathered to celebrate the Tigers' championship season. officials estimated more than 10,000 turned out for the event at Toomer's Corner.


Chette Williams gets draped in toilet paper as he stands around among the huge crowd that rolled Toomer's Corner follwing the parade. Williams, a former Auburn player in the 1980s, is the team chaplain.


Gene Chizik's last public appearance as Auburn's defensive coordinator took place in the Parade of Champions.


Defensive lineman T.J. Jackson notices he is being photographed and decides to display one of his special "T.J." facial expressions for the camera.

Head coach Tommy Tuberville shows off the hardware accumulated during his team's run to the SEC, Sugar Bowl and People's Poll national championships.


Auburn's cheerleaders joined in the celebration that started with a parade from Jordan-Hare Stadium to Toomer's Corner.


A toy truck driven by an Aubie doll takes a downtown drive dragging opposing mascots through the streets of Auburn.


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