5 Things We Have Learned About the Tigers in Spring Practice

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5 Things We Have Learned About the Tigers in Spring Practice
Gus Malzahn delivers a strong message to his team following practice on Wednesday. Photo credit: Todd Van Emst / Auburn media relations

The Auburn football team is just over the midway point of its first spring practice under new head coach Gus Malzahn. 

With a totally new coaching staff, this is a very important spring for many players to make a good impression on the new staff. Along with the mantra of it being a "new day," the coaching staff has also preached that every position is wide open. 

"Every position is wide open. Everybody has a clean slate," said Malzahn prior to spring practice beginning. "I've tried, even though I was here before, not to have any pre-judgments on any of the players. We're moving forward." (h/t auburntigers.com)

The Tigers are preparing for the annual A-Day game on April 20, which is expected to have a large turnout. 

A new energy has been injected into the program since Malzahn took over in early December. He has helped lift up a program that has had little to cheer about in recent days.

Like the Tigers did last Monday by taking a day off practice, let's hit the pause button and take a look at five things we have learned about the 2013 Auburn team in spring practice with just over a week before the spring game. 

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