Found July 25, 2013 on College Spun:
Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville is losing a pretty important Bearcat to his former employer – his son. Tucker Tuberville will walk on to the Auburn football team (where his father used to coach). Brandon Marcello of was the first to report the news. Tommy Tuberville’s son to walk on, play quarterback at Auburn — Brandon Marcello (@bmarcello) July 26, 2013 Tucker transferred from Texas Tech to Cincinnati last year, but now appears to finally be moving onto an opportunity sans his father. As notes, he’ll have to sit out one season due to NCAA rules.

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