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Dismissed Georgia safety Tray Matthews announced on Twitter Saturday that he will be transferring to Auburn.

Matthews was dismissed by coach Mark Richt back on June 3rd. He will sit out the 2014 season and be eligible to play for Auburn in 2015.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Don't you mean like lose 5 of the past 7 years. I think AU banked rolled for that last play last year. If not they should have.
Reply30 months
Dang, y'all take everyone's cast offs.
Reply30 months
At least he will have a chance to win a championship now. Good for him
Reply30 months
first page and first to comment!

Hope it works for Auburn again.

Should really "help" the DSOR to become even less civil in the future.
Reply30 months
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