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A warm welcome home for Auburn Football Players

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Support for the Auburn Tigers is huge. Fans showed their appreciation to the team Tuesday night for a tremendous season.

The team arrived in Montgomery in two different planes. They headed to the Indoor Practice Facility where Auburn fans couldn't wait to lift their spirits.

Auburn Tigers were cheered on by fans as they walked into their practice field.

Cynthia Jackson says, "We want them to know regardless how everything turned out, we're behind them 100%."

Auburn student, Sarah Kellem says "We're all proud of them but sad at same time."

Coach Gus Malzahn took a moment to express his thanks and praise the team."I'm going to say this in closing, these guys laid the ground work for great things to come in the future. And I'm going to tell you right now, we're going to go back."

Auburn Player, Chris Davis, had this to say to fans. "We know ya'll stood behind us in tough times. We want to thank ya'll for that. You're the best fans in College football.">

Auburn fan, Mike Freeman, says "In our eyes,  they're champions, no matter what. Regardless of what happened last night, they were not double digit under dogs. They outplayed FSU for majority of the game."

Tiger Fans are already looking forward to the team tackling another season and feel they will be ready to pick up where they left off.

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