MBA student captures memorable moments as Auburn football’s graduate assistant video coordinator

4 Dec


Stephen Love kept his camera steady, which seemed as remarkable as the moment he had just recorded through its lens.

He managed to track the pass as it left Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall’s hands and never lost sight of the ball as it – and Auburn’s hopes and dreams, for that matter – hung in the air. He kept his focus after Marshall’s improbable heave found its way into Ricardo Louis’ hands with some unintentional help from two Georgia defenders and Louis found his way into the end zone.

The stadium shook during the defining play of Auburn’s 43-38 victory over Georgia, but Love’s camera didn’t.

“I’ve had a lot of practice over the last five years trying to keep my emotions calm and focus on my job,” said Love, a second-year MBA student in the Harbert College of Business who serves as a graduate assistant video coordinator for the Auburn football team.

Love has borne witness to the best and worst of Auburn football these last five years while managing 14 student videographers, coordinating filming of practices, capturing game highlights and editing footage for the coaching staff.

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