On Tuesday, Auburn linebacker Cassanova McKinzy revealed that he would return for his senior season on Twitter. Now, McKinzy plans to spend his final off-season giving back to the local community. McKinzy tweeted that he plans to visit 12 schools and six hospitals before spring practice starts up.
— Cassanova McKinzy 30 (@McKinzy30) January 8, 2015
Auburn may be getting good news soon, at least if interpretations of linebacker Cassanova McKinzy’s recent tweets are accurate. The junior seems to have addressed his NFL future on the social network, and it certainly sounds like he is planning to return to Auburn.
I had a talk with God, and God said no cass. No cass don’t go. Everything is possible through him. He has the last...
Auburn's leading WR D'haquille Williams and second-leading tackler LB Cassanova McKinzy did not join the team Friday when the Tigers reported to Tampa for the Outback Bowl. Tigers coach Gus Malzahn told reporters that both players are "just running late."
Williams missed two games earlier this season with a sprained MCL but returned to catch seven passes for 121 yards in the Iron...
Two Auburn stars weighing whether to enter the NFL Draft did not join the team when the Tigers reported Friday to Tampa for the Outback Bowl.
Auburn junior linebacker Cassanova McKinzy is one of the most ferocious players in all of college football. But Monday, Tigers fans got to see a much softer side of the future NFL star. McKinzy took to social media to post some incredibly emotional tweets after visiting a children’s hospital in Alabama. Clearly overcome by the perseverance they’d all showed, he vowed to make...
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Kris Frost and Cassanova McKinzy had been coming through for Auburn even before they combined to make the team's biggest play of the season.
The two linebackers for the third-ranked Tigers have helped turn a position that had been regarded as a liability the last few seasons into a strength of the defense, and they're taking some pride in that evolution.
Via AP on Fox
November 04, 2014
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Cassanova McKinzy recovered a fumble in the end zone to preserve No. 4 Auburn's 35-31 victory over No. 7 Mississippi on Saturday night in what amounted to the first College Football Playoff knockout game.
The Tigers (7-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference, No. 3 CFP) got a reprieve after Rebels receiver Laquon Treadwell lost the ball at the end of a tackle-breaking...
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November 01, 2014
In a tight game between Ole Miss and Auburn, wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was headed from the endzone when he was tackled from behind.
Treadwell approached the goalline when he was hit with the football coming out. Auburn defender Cassanova McKinzy quickly fell on the ball which left in question if the play was a touchdown.
GIF- Treadwell TD gives Ole Miss the lead over Auburn...