It’s hard to make out in this shot, but subtly superimposed over the faces of Auburn seniors Ashton Richardson, Ikeem Means, and Anthony Morgan, the three Auburn senior featured on the first 2012 issue of Auburn Football Illustrated are “words that reflect who they are as individuals,” according to the program’s content page.
“The words they chose represent their character, habits, quirks and abilities. The words were then placed in the face of their photos to represent what they are made of as people.”
For example, in case you couldn’t tell already, Ikeem Means is, among a zillion other things, organized, musical, smart, agile, and, of course, dashing. Anthony Morgan is generous, corny, tidy, etc., while lively homebody Ashton Richardson is both meticulous and vigorous.
Related: Commemorative Phil Neel poster included in Auburn vs. La-Monroe game program.
* These 1986 A-Day Photos will Bo your mind
* A complete set of 1988 Phil Neel’s Auburn pinback buttons
* Cam Newton on the cover of GQ
* Pat Dye would have killed Jerry Sandusky
* Toomer’s Corner Before and After shot
* Auburn-educated astronaut wanted ‘War Eagle’ to be first words on the moon
* Show Some Pigskin: An Illustrated Guide to Auburn’s Playboy All-Americans
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