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War Damn It shirts – Perfect for our not so perfect season!

OK, so we can’t win every game every year, but our ONE overtime win has really got us down.  So much so that if we lose to Vandy, I think we’ll all be saying “WAR DAMN IT”!  Buy your WAR DAMN IT tshirt from wardamnshirts.com now: http://goo.gl/Cz1Uf

WAR DAMN IT

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War Damn Chiz Auburn Shirt

Whats up with all the haters lately?  We have a whole new coaching staff and a bunch of young, hungry, excitable guys – we’ll turn this thing around, don’t worry.  Show everyone your loyalty to our dear ol Chizik by wearing the WAR DAMN CHIZ t-shirt to the Arkansas game in a couple of weeks.  War Damn Eagle!

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WAR DAMN CHIZ TSHIRT

WAR DAMN CHIZ TSHIRT

War Damn Shirts

War Damn Shirts now on sale with original funny Auburn shirt designs – other great everyday designs also available:

War Eagle Shirts

War Eagle t shirt

Funny Auburn Shirt - War Damn Beer

Court Records of the charges against Harvey Updyke

Charges Against Harvey Updyke

Motion to Withdraw – Harvey Updyke

Home of the Toomer’s Tree Killer, Harvey Updyke

Evan Woodbery, a beat writer for the Auburn Bureau of al.com, has tweeted some photos of the house of the Toomer’s Tree Killer, Harvey Updyke’s home on Lake Martin.

http://twitter.com/#!/auburnbeat/status/38323008644845568
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Auburn University Press Conference

Arrest made in Auburn Toomer’s Corner trees poisoning

http://www.myfoxal.com/Global/story.asp?S=14048891

AUBURN, AL (WBRC) – A man has been arrested in connection with the poisoning of trees at Toomer’s Corner in Auburn.

WTVM-TV in Columbus, GA, said Harvey Almorn Updyke, 62, of Dadeville, had been charged with Criminal Mischief. WTVM-TV attributed the news of the arrest to a source at the Lee County Justice Center.

Bond for Updyke was set at $50,000.

School officials, in a statement Thursday morning, announced plans to hold a news conference at 10:30 a.m. in front of Samford Hall to discuss developments in the poisoning of Toomer’s Oaks.

FOX6 News plans to carry that news conference live on FOX6 and FoxAlabamaLive.com.

Wednesday, Auburn University announced the oak trees at Toomer’s Corner had been given a lethal dose of herbacide.  School officials said horticulturalists were attempting to save the trees, but did not believe the trees would survive.

Investigators began examining the trees after a caller to the Paul Finebaum Radio Network said he had poisoned the trees. Finebaum told FOX6 News local, state and federal investigators were looking into the story, which began on his show on January 27 when a man calling himself “Al from Dadeville” called in to the show claiming to have poisoned the trees. The man said he poisoned the trees the week after last year’s Iron Bowl because he said he saw a newspaper clipping from 1983 showing Auburn fans rolling Toomer’s Corner the day former Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant died.

The “Al from Dadeville” call on Finebaum

Listen to the call yourself. On January 21st, this call from “Al from Dadeville” called the Paul Finebaum Radio Show and made the following statement which we’ve now learned to be true

“Al from Dadeville” – Finebaum – Click here

Toomer’s Corner oaks poisoned with herbicide; unlikely to survive

AUBURN – Auburn University today confirmed that an herbicide commonly used to kill trees was deliberately applied in lethal amounts to the soil around the Toomer’s Corner live oaks on campus, and there is little chance to save the trees. More information and ongoing updates as to treatment and prognosis are available at www.auburn.edu/oaks.
The City of Auburn Police Division is investigating the situation, and the application of this herbicide, known as Spike 80DF, or tebuthiuron, is also governed by state agricultural laws and the Environmental Protection Agency. The university does not use Spike herbicide. There is no reason to suspect any human danger from the herbicide, which manufacturer Dow Chemical says should be applied with proper clothing protection; a typical use of the herbicide is to kill trees along fence lines.

http://ocm.auburn.edu/news/oaks.html

‎2011 Auburn schedule

Sept. 3 Utah State
Sept. 10 Mississippi State
Sept. 17 at Clemson
Sept. 24 Florida Atlantic
Oct. 1 at South Carolina
Oct. 8 at Arkansas
Oct. 15 Florida
Oct. 22 at LSU
Oct. 29 Ole Miss
Nov. 12 at Georgia
Nov. 19 Samford
Nov. 26 Alabama