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Coffee and Magnolia: 13 July 2015

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News and notes from the Auburn corners of the Internet

Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

MOTHRATRON

The scoreboard is nearing completion and members of the media were given a tour of it late last week. Yes, that's right, the scoreboard is so big that you can take a tour of the inside of it.

There's more than just a scoreboard going in. It's going to have a whole new audio set up, as well. The audio set up is going to be bigger than the old score board if you're wondering just how massive this all is.

BASKETBALL

So this is pretty good, right? It sounds pretty good, anyway.

FOOTBALL

This will somewhat finish off my SEC Scheduling history articles, but I covered the number of times every SEC team has played every other current member of the conference in football, yesterday.

The Watch Lists continue! A few more Tigers found their way on to pre-season awards lists on Friday. There will likely be one or two more today and then more throughout the week.

Need to know how and where you can watch Media Days? We've got you covered on the front page.

Media Days begin today!!! Gus Malzahn will be the first coach in the shoot this afternoon. Ryan Black (formerly of the Ledger-Enquirer, now with AuburnUndercover) has a primer for what Gus Malzahn may be able to expect from the media.

Speaking of primers, AL.com predicts some questions for the three player representatives.

The AL.com VIP 25 is done. The #1 man? The new defensive coordinator, Will Muschamp, of course.

Is Jeremy Johnson ready to be the face of the Auburn program? He says he is, and he'll begin by appearing for the Tigers at Media Day, today.

Who will he be handing off to the most? Probably Jovon Robinson, who can do anything he's needed to.

Who are the most productive lines and players returning in the SEC for 2015? AL.com takes a look.

Remember that Texas offensive lineman who was transferring to Auburn? Apparently he has now enrolled in classes.He'll still have to sit out a year, but he'll definitely provide a big boost to the line next season which could lose a few off this year's team to the NFL.

It's not specifically Auburn related, but AL.com does have a pretty good story of how the recruitment of Prince Tega Wanogho, Jr has changed the landscape at Edgewood Academy.

Former Tiger Derrick Moncrief has found a landing spot at Oklahoma State.