Football Coaches Have Rib Cookoff For Charity

Auburn football coaches brought out their grilling equipment and best recipes to help raise money for a children's charity.

Running backs coach Eddie Gran (in the chef's hat) and his wife Rosemary talk with strength and conditioning coach Kevin Yoxall (blue hat) and wide receivers coach Greg Knox (in orange hat) on Saturday at the Partnernship For Children ribs cookoff fundraiser.

Offensive coordinator Hugh Nall cuts some meat on Saturday while new quarterback coach Steve Ensminger (in sunglasses) relaxes in a chair.

Defensive ends coach Terry Price is shown cooking ribs for charity on Saturday on the Auburn campus. The event, which was sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta, benefits the Partnership For Children. That organization was founded by Suzanne Tuberville and Carolyn Ellis, the wives of head football coach Tommy Tuberville and head basketball coach Cliff Ellis.

Former Auburn football coach Pat Dye (left), Barbara Hutto of Macon, Ga., and Sam Hutto of Macon do the blind juding taste tests of the ribs.

Former Auburn assistant football coach Steve Dennis was the winner of the ribs contest. He is shown with his daughter and helper, Allyson. Dennis now works as a fundraiser with the Tigers Unlimited program.

Defensive tackles coach Don Dunn served as the auctioneer as the football coaches helped raise money for the Partnership For Children on Saturday.

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