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Auburn’s Heisman Statues Likely Won’t Be Unveiled Until Spring

The pedastals outside Jordan-Hare Stadium will likely have to wait for their statues for several more months.

When we talked to Ken Bjorge in April, the Montana sculptor commissioned to produce statues of Auburn’s three Heisman Trophy winners was under the impression he’d be coming to their unveiling this Fall.

He won’t be. But that doesn’t mean the event has been postponed.

“There has not been a postponement,” said Auburn Associate Athletic Director Scott Carr. “Our plan was and still is to unveil [the statues] sometime during the 2011-12 academic year.”

Carr’s best guess as to when?

“Most likely…sometime in the spring.”

Related: Auburn’s Bust of John Heisman Completed.

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