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Two-A-Day Monday For Tigers

By   /   August 14, 2012  /   Comments Off

AUBURN — Auburn practiced twice on Monday, holding a two-hour morning workout in full pads at the Auburn Athletics Complex Practice Fields. The Tigers took to the field again at 5 p.m. for a 90-minute practice in shorts.

“Moving forward from the scrimmage (Saturday), I feel like we’ve had two really good days of work,” said Auburn head coach Gene Chizik. “Looking back at the scrimmage, I thought there were some real signs of improvement.

“The physicality is getting closer to where we want to be in terms of what we’re stressing. There are some minute details that require a lot of focus that we have not arrived at, but we’ve improved the last few practices on those. The last two days of practice were really, really good. I think things are starting to click.”

Tuesday is an off-day for the Tigers before two practices on Wednesday. Classes for the Fall Semester begin Thursday at Auburn.

Two different three-game football mini-packs, as well as limited remaining season tickets, are currently the only opportunities to get tickets for the LSU, Arkansas and Texas A&M contests.

The Blue Pack includes tickets for the home opener vs. Louisiana-Monroe on Sept. 15, No. 1-ranked LSU on Sept. 22 and 10th-ranked Arkansas on Oct. 6 for just $205. With the Orange Pack, fans get tickets for Texas A&M on Oct. 27, New Mexico State on Nov. 3 and Alabama A&M on Nov. 17 for $160.

All three-game mini-pack seats are located in the upper level of Jordan-Hare Stadium. Season tickets and six-game mini-season tickets are still available in lower and upper level seats.

The Tigers open the season Saturday, September 1, facing Clemson in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome.

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