Former Tiger stars from the 1980s, defensive end Kevin Greene (left) and offensive tackle Steve Wallace, returned to campus to enjoy Auburn's 28-18 football victory over Alabama and see their college coach, Pat Dye, honored in a pre-game ceremony. Both Greene and Steve Wallace were All-Pro stars after their playing days at Auburn.
The field at Jordan-Hare Stadium was officially renamed Pat Dye Field to honor the former Auburn coach who is being inducted to the National Football Foundation's College Hall of Fame next month.
Prior to the kickoff, Auburn officials put on a ceremony to honor Dye, who coached the Tigers from 1981-1992.
More than two hours before kickoff, fans headed down Donahue Drive to find their spots for the Tiger Walk.
Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville is engulfed by fans as he makes his way toward the Tiger Walk Plaza before his team defeated Alabama.
The Tiger Walk Plaza, next to the Auburn footbal team's locker room, is where the pre-game Tiger Walk ends.
Alabama quarterback Brodie Croyle was sacked 11 times by the swarming Auburn defense.
A fourth straight victory over the Tide was something to celebrate for Tommy Tuberville, who improved his Auburn record to 5-2 vs. his team's in-state rival.