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BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

Some former football stars got a pie in the face for an Alabama Power competition called "Let's Can Hunger."

The event is a culmination of a canned food drive to help needy families. Auburn and Alabama fans in Alabama Power Company competed to bring in the most food.

Wesley Britt represented Alabama and Quentin Riggins represented Auburn. It was a close competition, so they each "pied" one another.

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