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Auburn AD Greene Not Afraid To Take Risks; Tasked With Dealing With FBI Investigation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 22 / 18

Auburn on Friday introduced new AD Allen Greene, who “won’t be afraid to take risks,” according to Tom Green of AL.com. Greene said, “We want our people to be armed and equipped and feel comfortable taking some chances, some calculated risks and knowing that it's OK...

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