After a three-day layoff, the Tigers returned to the football practice field on Wednesday. A report…
Another Chance With The Football Tigers
Fulton, Miss.--Look for linebacker Lemarcus Rowell to be back in the battle for playing time on the 2004 Auburn University football team. What began as a nightmare of a 2003 season looks like it is having a much better conclusion for the former Opelika High star who who spent the fall in exile at Itawamba Community in Mississippi. After being arrested in his hometown during the July 4th holiday and later convicted on charges of driving while intoxicated, the linebacker was suspended from the AU team by Tommy Tuberville. The head coach said at the time he wasn't certain whether or not Rowell would be back, noting it would be up to the linebacker to determine his potential for a return with how he dealt with his problems. The Auburn coaches obviously like what they have seen and heard about Rowell this fall because the door has been opened for the middle linebacker to be a part of the...
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