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Episode 269: The Truth is Probably Somewhere in the Middle
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Episode 269: The Truth is Probably Somewhere in the Middle
Justin and Painter take stock of the final week of Auburn football spring practice and discuss Wendell Green Jr. going pro.

Justin and Painter take stock of the final week of Auburn football spring practices — the positive trends on the offensive side of the ball, the rotating competition at quarterback, the recent breakout candidates and an idea for spring games that is so good that there’s no chance the NCAA lets it happen.

Then it’s a discussion of Wendell Green Jr.’s decision to leave Auburn and declare for the NBA Draft. The guys talk about Green’s two seasons on the Plains and where the Tigers will go from here at point guard.

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The Auburn Observer

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Justin Ferguson, Dan Peck, Painter Sharpless and friends take you inside the stats, strategies and stories of Auburn football and basketball.