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Did Auburn’s Equestrian Team start a new rolling tradition?

The Auburn equestrian team may have found the next Toomer’s Corner, metaphorically speaking.

Members of Auburn's equestrian team celebrate their national championship outside Jordan-Hare Stadium April 20.

Though the location seems as crucial to the threatened tradition, if not more so, than the actual mode of celebration, the tree outside the Tiger Walk entrance of Jordan-Hare Stadium selected as a Toomer’s oaks surrogate for the team’s national championship celebration in April seems plenty capable of facilitating a Toomer’s style rolling.

And judging by the “officially sanctioned” vibe coming from the video of the event, it at least seems possible the university intended it as more than just a one-time-only consolation.

Todd Van Emst photo via.

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