AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Schwartz is considered a bonafide speedster who has run a blazing 4.34 40-time.Fortunately for the Tigers, they should have the services of junior wide receiver Eli Stove, another speedster who is returning from a major knee injury.Speedy Auburn receiver Anthony Schwartz to undergo surgery, reports @bmarcello https://t.co/Or8tTFhMvu pic.twitter.com/vq5QYzjl57— 247Sports (@247Sports) August 5, 2019The Tigers are coming off an 8-5 season that included upset wins over Washington and Texas A&M. They finished the season with a 63-14 blowout win over Purdue in the Music City Bowl.Auburn heads into the season ranked No. 16 in the preseason Coaches’ Poll.The Tigers and the Ducks are set to kick off at 7:30 p.m. E.T. on Aug. 31. The game will be on ABC. AUBURN, AL – OCTOBER 13: General view of Jordan-Hare Stadium prior to the matchup between the Auburn Tigers and the Tennessee Volunteers on October 13, 2018 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Michael Chang/Getty Images)When the Auburn Tigers kick off the 2019 season against Oregon later this month, they may be without one of their top receivers. Wideout Anthony Schwartz is going to be gone for a while with a pretty major injury.According to 247Sports, Schwartz suffered a hand injury in practice this past Sunday that will require surgery. Per the report, he may undergo the surgery as early as Monday.Though the injury is not too serious, his status for the opener on August 31 is now up in the air.As a freshman, Schwartz caught 22 passes for 357 yards and two touchdowns. He also proved adept in the running game, rushing 27 times for 211 yards and another five touchdowns.
Hamilton police are investigating after two people were held at gunpoint during an attempted robbery on Tuesday. Shortly before 1 p.m., Hamilton police were called to the area of Barton St. and Sanford Ave. for reports of a robbery.Police say two people were walking along Barton St. when a man approached them from behind. The suspect demanded money from the pair and pointed what is believed to be a handgun at the victims. The suspect fled the area after the duo managed to get away unharmed. The suspect is described as a white male, 20 to 30 years old, and was wearing a black coat, black pants and a bandana on his head. Anyone with information that could help police in the investigation is asked to contact Acting Detective Sergeant Ewart at 905-546-3833.