Famed Auburn Trees Coming Down After Last Roll

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Famed Auburn Trees Coming Down After Last Roll
Courtesy of ESPN.com

Auburn University is planning one final roll of the historic Toomer's Corner Oaks this spring before the trees are removed. The university announced Friday that the last rolling of the beloved trees, a tradition that dates to the 1950s, will take place on April 20 following the Tigers' spring game. Auburn football fans traditionally roll the trees with toilet paper after a win.

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