Found October 28, 2011 on College Football Talk:
PLAYERS: Emory Blake
TEAMS: Auburn Tigers
Each of the past three weeks, Auburn’s Emory Blake had been questionable due to injury heading into the weekend. You can officially make it a fourth straight week of uncertainty leading into game day. The wide receiver suffered an ankle injury Oct. 1 and his missed all but a couple of snaps the past three…
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