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WSFA 12 News reporter Jennifer Oravet catches up with Auburn Network radio announcer Rod Bramblett. WSFA 12 News reporter Jennifer Oravet catches up with Auburn Network radio announcer Rod Bramblett.
PASADENA, CA (WSFA) -

Two consecutive games, two history-writing calls have set a precedent for Auburn Network radio announcer Rod Bramblett.

Bramblett traveled with the team for Newport Beach, preparing for Monday's key match up with the Florida State Seminoles.

Although Bramblett covered the Tigers 2004 perfect season, controversially ending at the Sugar Bowl, and the 2010 National Championship team, he says this group is globally a personal favorite.

It's been a dream season on the field and in the press box. Bramblett calls it a broadcasters dream, referring to the, "It" factor the Tigers continue to defend, and their ability to keep fans, including himself, on the edge of their seats.

Hear more from Bramblett, tonight on WSFA 12 News at 10:00.

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