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News and notes from the Auburn corners of the Internet

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On April 4th for the mid-week game against Georgia Tech, Auburn will host a "Bark in the Park" night where fans can bring their four-legged friends.


An assistant coach has moved on from the basketball team after one year. Chad Dollar is rejoining his former Georgia Tech head coach at his alma mater of South Florida.


The Tigers fell to UGA in the SEC Championships last weekend. They'll be the 3rd seed in the NCEA Championships as they look to defend their title.


Field goal nets? In Jordan-Hare? NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! Yet, it appears that it is indeed happening. In one end zone, at least.

Last year, Kerryon Johnson was recuperating from a shoulder injury in the Spring. This is his first spring practice where he's been able to focus solely on getting better on the field. Because of that, Tim Horton thinks Auburn fans should expect a different Kerryon Johnson in 2017.

It sounds like Montavious Atkinson is earning some high praise for his performance this spring. That's great to hear as Auburn can use some more depth at the linebacker slot.

Watch Chip Lindsey mic'd up and going through drills with the quarterbacks. I'm sure they picked good throws on purpose, but there are some very encouraging throws in that video. Stick around for the last one by Sean White. No, I'm not saying Sean is going to beat Stidham for the starting job (I'd be shocked if he did), but it's still good to see Sean throwing the ball well.

Where does graduate transfer Casey Dunn fit into Auburn's plans on the offensive line? That remains to be seen, but rest assured that Herb Hand is planning for it.

Tecmo Bowl Kick Six? Tecmo Bowl Kick Six!

So, there have been people who questioned Kodi Burns' ability to recruit. Recruits who have been targeted by him sure seem to be singing his praises.

The official site has a great feature on former Tiger Cole Cubelic who has gone on to have quite a bit of success as a broadcaster and radio personality.