Ja'Varrius Johnson could usher in a new era of slot receivers at Auburn this fall
The spring breakout star of the Tigers' offense is in line to take a major role this fall — one that should be even bigger under the new staff.
As I wrote Tuesday, this week is 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.
The Charity Bowl is all about doing good in the name of beating your college’s rival teams. To be quite blunt, Auburn had a rough showing in the 2020 Charity Bowl. We’re trying to change that.
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 right now, we’re closing in on $200 for the week. Let’s get that number up.)
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