Several members of the Auburn men's basketball team mocked the Crimson Tide after defeating Alabama in Tuscaloosa on Tuesday.
Alabama football adopted the Karate Kid crane kick pose as a touchdown celebration this year.
Several Auburn men's basketball players did the Karate Kid crane kick pose after Tuesday's 81-77 win.
Among the Auburn players to do the pose were KD Johnson, Jabari Smith, Dylan Cardwell, and Wendell Green Jr.
"That's actually Alabama's thing, man," Auburn junior Allen Flanigan said. "The football team did it to us (after the Iron Bowl). We were all right behind the end zone in the final seconds, and when (John Metchie III) scored the touchdown, they came right there to the end of the end zone and did the little karate kick. So we stole their move on them again."
— jordan dempsey (@jdempsey_04) January 12, 2022
The celebration continued in the locker room. Auburn tweeted a video that showed KD Johnson doing the Karate Kid pose in their locker room while surrounded by teammates.
— Auburn Basketball (@AuburnMBB) January 12, 2022
After Tuesday, Alabama leads the all-time series 98-67 vs. Auburn.
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