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Iron Bowl gets the Taiwanese animation treatment

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

You've seen a lot of news reports regarding the upcoming Iron Bowl, the annual clash between the Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers.

Well, here's a special news report for you from the people of Taiwanese Animators, a company owned by a Hong Kong media conglomerate, that specializes in taking current events and putting them to humorous animations. The group's YouTube page boasts more than 2,500 video news reports on various topics.

The group's Iron Bowl report says that in Alabama, "things pretty much seem to revolve around three things: family, religion and football." True. True. True.

Now, bring on the awesome animations, the church foam finger, the panda fight and the analysis!

We'll go ahead and warn you if you're an Auburn fan. The animators aren't very reverent when it comes to Auburn's historic Toomer's Oaks. It features an Alabama player urinating on it while another dumps a toxic drum of poison on it.

See the video HERE - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClwnsE_Kkw4

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