Auburn had asked fans not to roll the new trees after their planting in February 2017 until they were established enough to avoid damage. The trees were removed after being poisoned by Alabama fan Harvey Updyke in 2010.
Two new live oaks were planted in 2015 but both were removed after being damaged by fire while celebrating a win over LSU.
“The rolling of Toomer’s Corner is one of the nation’s top sports traditions,” Auburn President Christopher B. Roberts said. “Our fans have come together for decades on the corner of Magnolia and College to celebrate our big wins.
“In recent years, we continued our cherished tradition by rolling different trees, but I am very excited that the Auburn family will once again be able to roll our most prominent trees.”
Auburn’s first chance to roll Toomer’s Corner will come on the opening week of the season, when it hosts UMass on Sept. 3.
Updyke, who died in 2020, had pleaded guilty to poisoning the trees, which were planted between 1937 and 1939.
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