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VIDEO: Auburn's Toomer's Corner Rap Song Is Better Than 'Blue & Orange,' At Least

If there are any Southeastern college schools whose teams wear blue and orange and that weren't planning on producing homemade rap music videos at any point this weekend, please let someone know. Just before Virginia cranked out a gawk-worthy version of Wiz Khalifa's "Black & Yellow," Auburn contributed a Toomer's Corner tribute that's actually not unbearable.

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Both begin with forced and unnecessary phone conversations, but Auburn's is far more enjoyable in its amateur sincerity and won't make you want to slap everything in your proximity that's under the age of 22:

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Via War Eagle Reader

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And, yes, headliner Young IE, a former Auburn basketball player, has already turned in his own color-coded Khalifa cover. Are there any other blue and orange teams left? How many weed lines could a Florida Gators rapper cram into one verse over that beat? Clemson, you're close to blue and orange. And do they get rap music on the Illinois and Syracuse campuses? I'm just asking. 

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.