High school baseball team re-enacts 'kick-six' on visit to Auburn

The "kick-six" is iconic. It's one of those plays, at least for Alabama and Auburn fans, where they will remember exactly where they were and what they were doing when it happened.

So when the Milton High School baseball team was in Auburn this week to take a tour of the athletic facilities, it only made sense for the players to re-enact their own version of the "kick-six" on the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

It might not have been 100 percent accurate, but from the field-goal attempt to the return to the celebration in the opposite end zone, it was pretty close. One of the players even portrayed Robinson Therezie, who basically ran alongside Chris Davis for the final 40 yards into the end zone.

Milton is located in Georgia, not Alabama, but the school is home to Peyton Barber and Carl Lawson, two of the stars on Auburn's football team this past season.

And as for the “kick-six,” this isn't the first time it's resurfaced -- remember that 404 page -- and it likely won't be the last.