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Changing of the Guard: Shug’s symbolic toss to Barfield

A rare photo from the 1976 A-Day Program, which was mostly a Shug is gone, long stay the Shug type retrospective.

A rare photo from the 1976 A-Day Program, which was mostly a Shug is gone, long stay the Shug type retrospective.

Most Auburn fans would rule this an incomplete pass. But we’ve got a losers-are-more-interesting sort 0f  soft spot for ol’ Doug Barfield that we plan to massage even more in the coming months. I’m sure you’ll stay tuned.

Related: Telegram for the Barfields.

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