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By Daniel A. Moore
After the completion of The Top of the Line, Mr. Moore decided to go back and commemorate the dramatic come-from- behind touchdown against Auburn during the 1979 season that allowed the Tide to go to the 1980 Sugar Bowl and play for the national championship. Alabama was trailing, and the Tide's hopes lay heavily upon Steadman Shealy, who was playing with a previously injured right knee that still hadn't healed. In the fourth quarter, Bama mounted an 82-yard drive that Shealy capped with a scamper of eight yards into the end zone. The touchdown gave Alabama a 25-18 victory over Auburn, paving the way to the Sugar Bowl and another National Championship.
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