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Auburn fans are publicly rebuking the University of South Carolina football program in the wake of the Tigers’ defeat in this week’s big national championship game in Pasadena, California.

Auburn came up just short against No. 1 Florida State in the final Bowl Championship series game – losing 34-31 when Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston connected with wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin for the game-winning score with just thirteen seconds left on the clock.

Anyway, the post-game drama began when a Gamecock football supporter took to an Auburn football message board to offer his thoughts on the game.

“Oh well, guess we can’t win ’em all,” the Carolina fan wrote. “Sucks it was against an a-she-she team. Good effort boyz.”

The message was entitled “Broke Our Streak,” a reference to the Southeastern Conference’s streak of seven straight national championships, which came to an end with Florida State’s win.

Auburn fans wasted little time in venting a little post-game frustration.

“Our streak?” one wrote. “Havent seen a cock anywhere near a title game.”

“(T)he cocks have no claim to any SEC championships,” another Auburn fan replied.  “Your best team ever folded against this FSU team when they were in their freshman year … Save face cocks and just keep talking smack to Clemson fans instead of making yourselves look idiotic on this Auburn site. They deserved it, they made it, they played their asses off..  You and the other SEC losers have nothing to do with this.”

Ouch …

Next, a University of South California fan got in on the action …

Our? We? you Cocks are so pathetic, living off what other teams are doing. i am so glad, the SEC lost. because of mini teams like you.

Then it was back to Auburn supporters for some more trash talk …

they ride the coat tails of other SEC teams..they will never be contenders but yet they have this vision of themselves that I will never understand..can someone help me? When have the Cocks ever been significant?????

Uscum roosters have an Alabama mouth and a Vanderbilt trophy case.  Great game by both teams – sorry that either team had to lose.

Wow …

For those of you wondering the next time these two programs square off, South Carolina travels to Jordan-Hare Stadium on October 25, 2014 – and our hope is these comments whet the Gamecocks’ already ravenous appetite for revenge.

Auburn is the last team to defeat Steve Spurrier’s squad at Williams-Brice Stadium, escaping with a 16-13 win midway through the 2011 season.  South Carolina has reeled off eighteen straight home victories since then.

The Gamecocks (11-2, 6-2 SEC) finished the 2013 season ranked No. 4 in the nation – two spots behind Auburn (11-2, 7-1 SEC).