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Auburn's Philip Lutzenkirchen 'left an impactful legacy' of kindness, compassion


Like most college football fans, I was stunned when I heard the news Sunday morning that 23-year-old former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen had died in a car accident. Some folks probably knew him because of what a go-to guy he was for the Tigers. His 14 career touchdown receptions is most all-time among Auburn tight ends. He caught five of them in 2010, the season when Auburn won the national title. (FOX Sports)


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