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Auburn fans celebrated equestrian's national title on Tuesday at Toomer's Corner.

Auburn sports: Best way to celebrate any national title

Auburn football is the No. 1 topic in the War Eagle Wakeup every day — but we cover news, notes and analysis from across the Tigers’ sports world. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Auburn football, recruiting, basketball and more. 

Reason to get ready 

According to College Football Now, Auburn football will be featured in three of the top 10 games of the 2018 season.

While it’s still a ways off, the Tigers will be in the thick of some of the most competitive, hyped games come fall — and that’s reason to get excited.

Involved in little bit of everything 

Tyler Stovall was a unique Auburn football player and now he has another special role as a graduate assistant for Butch Thompson’s baseball club.

Stovall played in the Atlanta Braves farm system, was released and then was involved in Daniel Carlson’s record-breaking career on the Plains. In the video below, Stovall talks about his time with the Tigers:

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Equestrian rolls Toomer’s 

Auburn equestrian took its rightful spot in downtown on Tuesday evening to celebrate its second national championship in three years.

Coach Greg Williams’ team was honored in front of fans and other university personnel, including Greene.

If you missed the Auburn-style celebration, you can check it out on the SEC Country Facebook page (courtesy of Justin Ferguson):

Baseball wins again 

Auburn baseball earned another win on Tuesday night over Samford at Plainsman Park. The Tigers defeated the Bulldogs 7-2, making it six straight victories for Butch Thompson’s team.

Steven Williams added another home run to his season stats, and in all, the Tigers totaled 10 hits. Next up is a three-game SEC series at Florida this weekend.

Tweet of the day 

If you win a national championship, you are allowed to be confident.

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