August 15, 2007
Auburn ends two-a-days in familiar fashion
After 14 straight days of practice including three split-squad sessions and four two-a-days, Auburn's fall camp came to an end Wednesday night.
And the Tigers polished the grueling two-week span off nicely.
Auburn practiced for nearly two hours on the intramural fields in what appeared to be one of the better practices of camp.
"For the last day of two-a-days, it was good," said head coach Tommy Tuberville.
The wide receivers, which had been called out by the coaches for their poor play recently, were particularly impressive. The group, led by Rod Smith and Robert Dunn, did not have a drop all night. Freshman Chris Slaughter also had several catches in 11-on-11 work with the second-team.
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