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It is named after former State Senator "Shel" Toomer (a halfback on Auburn's first football team in 1892) who founded Toomer's Drugs in 1896.
Toomer's Drugs is a small business on the corner that has been an Auburn landmark for over 130 years.
The unbeaten Crimson Tide was second in the nation coming into the game and Henley made a pledge: "We're going to beat the No. The Toomer's Oaks were removed in April, 2013, after a poisoning incident that occurred after the Iron Bowl in 2010.