AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Coaches let Walt McFadden off with a warning for his celebratory dance against Tennessee Tech.
Perhaps because a little demonstration was understandable following a 93-yard interception return for a touchdown, third-longest in Auburn history.
McFadden, a reserve defensive back, said the display was directed at his brother Bryant, who plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
McFadden said the warning stands for the next two years while he is at Auburn. He said he's learned the lesson that that wasn't the right way to celebrate.
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