A-Day Football Photo Gallery 2

Scenes from Auburn University's spring football game weekend are featured.

Auburn, Ala.--Photos from Auburn University's A-Day weekend are featured.

Former Auburn star Jason Campbell was the official host for a charity bowling event on Friday night. The Washington Redskins quarterback helped a new organization called The Dream, Inc., a support group for girls.


Ronnie Brown of the Miami Dolphins was among the former Auburn football players who was on hand for The Dream fundraiser.


Carnell Williams reacts after bowling a strike at the fundraiser. The Cadillac drew a crowd of fans at the event in Auburn where he was a star tailback.


Redshirt sophomore quarterback Calvin Booker (11) comes onto the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium in the pre-game with his head coach, Tommy Tuberville.


Tommy Trott catches a pass, one of his four receptions for 112 yards in the A-Day Game. Trott scored the only touchdown on Saturday.


Junior running back Carl Stewart carries the football as junior safety Eric Brock comes in to make a tackle. The defense held the upper hand in Saturday's A-Day Game.


David Irons takes the football away from wide receiver Courtney Taylor for one of two interceptions for the defense in the A-Day contest. Irons, a senior cornerback, had a strong performance.


Quarterback Brandon Cox makes his pre-snap read during the A-Day Game. Cox completed 12-21 passes for 104 yards with one TD and one interception in a game with 12-minute quarters. Center Joe Cope (50) checks out the defensive front while linebacker Tray Blackmon watches the offense.


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