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April 20, 2013

IT’S A NEW A-DAY: Miss something from spring football coverage? Links to all Auburn features, videos and notebooks right here

Auburn 31, ULM Louisiana-Monroe 28

BY AARON BRENNER | abrenner@ledger-enquirer.com


AUBURN, Ala. — Maybe you wanted to read that wide receiver profile one more time. Maybe you were tied up at dentist appointments and kids’ soccer games that one Wednesday. Maybe you’ve lived in a cave for the last three and a half weeks.

Whatever your reason … don’t even think about trying to scroll through NINE pages of WarEagleExtra.com web content trying to find that certain story.

(That’d be an inefficient use of your time, since there are 48 items since March 27.)

We’ve got you covered with links to every significant piece of Ledger-Enquirer coverage from Auburn 2013 spring football. Of course, the majority of written stories are accompanied with video, both of the live and interview variety.

Three questions to answer at Auburn’s A-Day

And just for the sake of sanity, no Roopstigo or ESPN The Magazine-related posts are here – though those were covered plenty. Just spring football stuff.


WR Quan Bray: “A minor setback for a major comeback”

WR Trovon Reed: “Time is flying. I can’t just keep sitting back”

QB Kiehl Frazier: Dad tells son “Go be a winner”

LB Kris Frost: “Being a student of the game is really being willing to learn”

OL Shon Coleman/Avery Young: The Comeback Kings

C Reese Dismukes: “I don’t give myself a chance to get in trouble”

WR Melvin Ray: “I want to play college football”

RB Corey Grant: “I’m more focused, trying not to let any opportunity slip by”

FS Demetruce McNeal: “I made mistakes last year. Everybody made mistakes”

“Star” Justin Garrett: “I just try to play all out. I just love to hit”

RB Cameron Artis-Payne: “My head wasn’t in the right place. That was my fault”


3/26 – Malzahn vows a physical spring, Burgess & Florence leave team

3/27 – Malzahn doesn’t think Tigers played fast enough

4/5 – Ellis Johnson disappointed with tackling, Rhett Lashlee seeks consistency

4/10 – Unhappy Gus Malzahn calls Wednesday’s step back “a red flag”

4/12 – Lashlee & Johnson, 32 years apart in age, enjoy working off each other

4/17 – VIDEO: Gus Malzahn fields 28 questions in 10 minutes

4/19 – First team vs. Second team on A-Day; McNeal still out for personal reasons


3/29 – Prepping for the pads

3/30 – Jordan Diamond ‘blessed’, Patrick Miller has All-American aspirations

4/1 – Owens finally gets a look at LB, Parkey picks up pace

4/6 – QBs confident in their growth, plus updates on Holsey, Garrett, Mason & Reed

4/12 – EJ rejuvenated as coordinater, prefers Holland balance football & school

4/13 – Offense has upper hand, banged-up Tigers return

4/17 – Pat Sullivan stops by practice, QB race “status quo”

4/19 – Lashlee, Johnson discuss A-Day format; Holsey works at safety


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3/28 – 7 at 7: How we’ll cover spring football

3/28 – BRENNER: Praise won’t, and shouldn’t, be handed out freely

3/31 – 7 at 7: Frazier’s love of fútbol, Robenson Therezie video

4/2 – 7 at 7: Louis working hard on his own, Ray raising eyebrows

4/4 – Brenner live chat, in the heat of the Roopstigo report & backlash

4/11 – A-Day details, Cam Newton craves a PB&J sandwich

4/11 – Brenner live chat, in the midst of spring practices

4/11 – BRENNER: Patience is a virtue during spring practices

4/13 – TALK OF THE TOWN: Five Tigers turning heads

4/18 – Brenner live chat, previewing A-Day

4/18 – BRENNER: Final roll call won’t seem real

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