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You know the Iron Bowl is on the list, but where does NCAA.com rank it among top rivalries?
Alabama fans cheer during the first half of their game against Auburn at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
Rivalry week - at least in the state of Alabama - is right around the corner.
Earlier this season, the ranked the Iron Bowl as the third best rivalry in the nation.
Per the report:
"In the state of Alabama, you're either screaming War Eagle or Roll Tide every Saturday. And if you don't pick orange or crimson as a child, you're told to leave the state. Dating back to 1893, the Iron Bowl is the biggest in-state rivalry in the country. These teams hate each other so much they canceled the series because they couldn't agree on the ground rules. The rivalry is back in full force with further evidence that iron sharpens iron as the winner of this game has won the BCS title the past four years."NCAA.com ranks Army-Navy as the top rivalry in the nation, citing it is "more than a game" and it is a "rivalry that has no rival" on the day it is played.
Ohio State-Michigan comes in at No. 2 on the list.
The Alabama-Auburn game isn't the only SEC rivalry to make the list.
The Florida-Georgia game comes in at No. 4 followed by the Red River Rivalry between Texas and Oklahoma.
Check out the video below and tell us how you would rank them.
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