AU Football Coaches Help With Charity Event

Auburn, Ala.--For a sixth consecutive year, Auburn's football coaching staff competed in a student-run rib cookoff and auction for charity on the Auburn University campus.

Auburn football team trainer Arnold Gamber joined the competition.

Dana Marquez, equipment manager for the Tigers, and his dog Butkus put the finishing touches on their barbecue.]

Defensive line coach Don Dunn, who is known for his expertise on the grill, contemplates his ribs.

Running backs coach Eddie Gran joined the competition that was held in front of Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum.

James Willis, who coaches the Auburn linebackers, participated in the charity event. Wide receiver coach Greg Knox (right) checks out the coach's cooking while certified barbecue judge Barbara Hutto of Macon, Ga., checks out the action.]

Jimmy Perry, who is director of football operations, tried to knock off defending champion Steve Ensminger.

Joseph Hollis Jr., who is the team's offensive graduate assistant coach, joined the festivities.

Defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks (left) and tight end Gabe McKenzie center check out the action along with coach Will Muschamp and his son Whit.

Defensive coordinator Will Muschamp checks out the competition.

Terry Price, who is always a threat to win a barbecue competition, shows his ribs.

Tight ends coach Steve Ensminger defended his championship with a tasty rack of ribs that are being sampled by wide receivers coach Greg Knox.

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