Four Auburn Football Players Arrested For Robbery, Burglary, And So Forth

Four Auburn Tigers football players were kicked off the team Friday after being arrested for robbery -- make that seven counts of various robberies, burglaries, and thefts each, a total of 28 charges that is going to set the Fulmer Cup scoreboard ablaze.

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Mike McNeil, Antonio Goodwin, Shaun Kitchens, and Dakota Mosley were arrested after four individuals were seen rolling into a home while armed, leaving with hot merchandise. They're ALL IN Lee County Detention Center, being held on a bond worth nearly three Cam Newtons.

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While Auburn's police department is obviously a pack of haters sent by Alabama to test the faith of Auburn family, PAWWL, it is to Gene Chizik's credit that the four individuals are no longer part of the football program. From a quick glance at Auburn's 2010 depth chart, it appears McNeil was the one most in line for playing time, as he would've taken over at safety for Aairon Savage if everything shook out as lined up.

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Every Day Should Be Saturday is still processing the Fulmer Cup ramifications as of this moment, but check over there very soon.

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