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Sophomore Cornerback Making Progress

Montae Pitts is showing signs that he will be an improved player for the 2004 Auburn football team.

Auburn, Ala.--It has taken him nearly two seasons, but speedster Montae Pitts looks as if he's finally found a permanent home at cornerback for the Auburn Tigers. Recruited to play either offense or defense out of Loachapoka High where he was a quarterback, Pitts says that it has taken him a long time to get used to playing cornerback after playing wide receiver his redshirt season, but the...

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