Auburn Coach Hugh Freeze Baptizes Freshman Safety Sylvester Smith During Mass Worship Event

Auburn football coach Hugh Freeze baptized freshman safety Sylvester Smith on Tuesday night after a service at Neville Arena that drew several thousand people.

The Unite Auburn event featured speakers and a live worship band. After the event, the crowd moved to the lake at Auburn’s Ag Heritage Park, also known as the Red Barn, where more than 100 people were baptized.

A video posted on X appears to show a baptism.

Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl and head baseball coach Butch Thompson also attended the event, and the coaching staff and Freese said: promotion Weekly events leading up to Tuesday.

Auburn center Dylan Cardwell posted about the incident, saying, “Thank God for the comeback.”

Freeze made headlines in August after praising the Toohey family for adopting movie star Michael Oher. blind side, who helped Oher when he was homeless. “I love Michael Oher. He’s like a member of our family. I love the Toohey family,” Freese, who coached Oher at Ole Miss, said. auburn observerHe spoke about the recent legal problems his family has been having. “I think it’s sad, and I’m never going to say that I understand every inch of it, like adoption and conservatories. But I know what I witnessed, and I… witnessed a family that fully embraced a young man, and I don’t think there would be a story without that.

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