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On Saturday against Arkansas, Auburn LB Anthony Swain was caught by ESPN cameras staring at his coaches right before a play near the goal line. Then suddenly, Swain went down grabbing his knee. He was not seen again until after the game walking in a boot. Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn denied that Swain faked the injury. You think this was real?

Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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QJenk - 27 months
I still remember in high school. We developed a call and signal for a guy to fake a cramp. It would usually be for when the other team is driving using a fast paced no huddle and we wouldn't have a chance to change personnel. ?the trainers were in on it too. They would take player to sideline pretend to stretch and in 4 plays they would be back in game... i always hated the idea of that, but you gotta do what coach tells you
Russvegas Dan - 27 months
#prayforswain
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