Hundreds of Auburn Tiger fans gathered at Toomer's Corner Saturday to watch as two live oak trees, both about 18 years old and one of them about 23,000 pounds, were planted where the old beloved trees stood before they were poisoned in 2011 by Alabama fan Harvey Upkyke, Jr.
Hundreds of Auburn Tiger fans gathered at Toomer's Corner Saturday to watch as two live oak trees, both about 18 years old and one of them about 23,000 pounds, were planted where the old beloved trees stood before they were poisoned in 2011 by Alabama fan Harvey Upkyke, Jr. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
Hundreds of Auburn Tiger fans gathered at Toomer's Corner Saturday to watch as two live oak trees, both about 18 years old and one of them about 23,000 pounds, were planted where the old beloved trees stood before they were poisoned in 2011 by Alabama fan Harvey Upkyke, Jr. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
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Auburn replacing both oak trees at Toomer’s Corner

February 14, 2017 01:23 AM

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Jordan D. Hill has covered high schools and athletes in the Bi-City area for the Ledger-Enquirer since January 2017. Prior to coming to Columbus, Hill was a freelancer for The Macon Telegraph and an intern for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. A native of Jasper, Georgia, Hill is a graduate of Pickens High School and the University of Georgia.