Auburn Tigers Bookie News – August 31: Rise of the Freshmen

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Aug/30/2017

Gambling911.com has your Auburn Tigers bookie news for Thursday as the team prepares to face off against Georgia Southern Saturday.

Auburn announced its depth chart on Tuesday that includes several true freshmen likely to make an impact for this Tigers in 2017.

They include Noah Igbinoghene and Devan Barrett on offense and guys like Tyrone Truesdell, Tadarian Moultry, Jordyn Peters and Traivon Leonard on defense.

Bookies and agents will need a solid Pay Per Head that has the ability to customize odds, provide sharp reports around the clock and offer LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING as a means of boosting profit.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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