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Alabama fans are pepped up after another huge win Saturday night, while Auburn fans are now wondering about the future of coach Gene Chizik.

Auburn fan Michael Williams left Bryant Denny Stadium saying "We got whooped." Alabama fan, Donna Mazur says "It wouldn't have made any difference what Auburn could have done."

Alabama fans are feeling good about the 49 to zero victory over Auburn. Jack Dibenedetto says "Thank God for Nick Saban, the greatest coach. He's as good as anyone we've ever had."

But, some Auburn fans wonder about the future of coach Gene Chizik. Auburn fan Michael Williams says "I think in the morning he's gone."  Darren Bates,  says  "I think it all started with Spring training and with a couple of personnel errors.

While Auburn fans are reflecting on the season, Alabama fans are celebrating another triumph, sending them to the SEC Championship. Alabama Fan, Nick Snead, says "You lose some, you win son. Luckily, we were able to lose one and still get into the sec championship. The game next week against Georgia will be a tough one. I feel like whoever wins it is deserving to go to the national championship."

Auburn Fan Darren Bates says "What I want to see is a SEC
team to win the national championship. I'm an SEC guy. Auburn will live and fight another day, they'll be alright.

The SEC Championship game is Saturday at the Georgia Dome.

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