Atlanta bowl wouldn't mind CU-AUB rematch


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From Montgomery Advertiser:

An Auburn invitation for the Dec. 31 game in Atlanta, however, could turn into an Auburn-Clemson rematch, which takes on more meaning with the two teams scheduled to play each other in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic to open the 2012 season.

"Clemson is the same way," Stokan said. "Clemson has great fans, a great team, exciting players. It would be a rubber match. Auburn won last year, Clemson won this year. The matchup next year would be the Guiness Book of World Records because I don't think any two teams have played each other three times in the matter of a year. It would be a unique record to have."

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