Auburn to receive 2013 SEC Championship rings at A-Day

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AUBURN, Alabama -- The rings are in.

Auburn players, coaches and administrators will receive their 2013 SEC Championship rings during halftime of the A-Day game Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The rings were unveiled on coach Gus Malzahn's Twitter account Tuesday afternoon. The simple design includes a large AU shield logo in the middle of the ring with "2013 SEC Champions" framing the centerpiece.

Kickoff for the A-Day game is scheduled for 2 p.m. The scrimmage will be televised on ESPN.

Auburn knocked off Missouri 59-42 in the SEC Championship Game on Dec. 7. The victory, along with a loss by Ohio State in the Big Ten title game, propelled Auburn into the BCS National Championship.

The Tigers lost to Florida State 34-31 in the national title game to finish 12-2 in Malzahn's first season.

Auburn has won eight SEC titles in its history and leads the SEC with three conference titles in the last 10 seasons.

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