Colby Wooden was a star in 2020. Auburn's new scheme will make him a bigger one.
Few freshmen in college football were as disruptive as Wooden last season. Now he's in a scheme that will take even more advantage of his skills.
I am once again asking you to donate to the annual EDSBS Charity Bowl. College football icons and Internet friends Spencer Hall, Holly Anderson and several others are raising money for New American Pathways — a nonprofit in Atlanta that helps refugees get settled here in the United States.
This week, 100% of all new subscription money we get at The Auburn Observer will be donated toward Auburn’s collective total. So, if you give a gift subscription to someone or convince them to subscribe between now and Friday afternoon, all of that money will directly go to helping refugees right down the road.
As of Wednesday night, Tennessee jumped Auburn in the SEC standings. There’s still plenty of time to make up ground and get back into the overall top 20.
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