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Auburn Names Rodney Garner Assistant Head Coach And Defensive Line Coach

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Former Auburn player and coach, Rodney Garner, has been named assistant head coach and defensive line coach at his alma mater, head coach Gus Malzahn announced Thursday. Garner, who was an All-SEC player at Auburn in 1988 and coached on the Plains from 1990-95, will also serve as recruiting coordinator. Garner spent the previous 12 years at the University of Georgia where he served in a similar capacity.

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Garner did great things for UGA and I look forward to his return to the Plains!  So far I like what I am seeing on the coaching hires.  Malzahn is hiring coaches that already know his system on the offensive side and at the same time is going after monster coaches and recruiters on the defensive side.  This tells me he is committed to fielding a great defense.  War Eagle!
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