By Rob Hamilton / CBS Atlanta

By now you’ve all seen “Miracle At Jordon-Hare 2” or the “Iron Bowl Miracle” or the “Runback Seen Round The World” or whatever you’ve come to know it as.

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And you’ve probably seen the 1000’s of YouTube videos with fans reacting to Auburn’s #11 Chris Davis running the missed field goal back 109 yds for the game-winning touchdown over a shocked Nick Saban and Alabama Crimson Tide.

But we came across one that you probably haven’t seen yet and it was too cute to not share with you guys.

Being in the radio broadcast business we have a certain affinity for our play by play and color analyst colleagues calling the games each week and Auburn’s Rob Bramblett is no exception. His call of the final play of the 2013 Iron Bowl has already become legendary and everyone, except maybe Alabama fans, can’t help but listen to it at least several times.

25 year old Kaitlyn Reed might have just started a new trend on YouTueb. “Sports Call Karaoke” could be the next big thing. If so, this is a GREAT way to start it off. If not, this is still something you have to see.

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Kaitlyn is not an Auburn fan, she graduated from Texas State. She just loved the call. So she whipped out her phone and did this:

(YouTube Video Courtesy Of YouTube / Kaitlyn Reed)

Now granted, according to Kaitlyn it took her approximately 10 takes to get it right, but I think Rod Bramblett would be proud.

We sure are.

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