Auburn assistant moves to administrative job


AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Auburn cornerbacks coach Phillip Lolley is moving into an administrative role in the football program.

Auburn announced the move Tuesday and says a search for Lolley's replacement will begin immediately.

Lolley has coached cornerbacks for the Tigers the last three seasons. He has been on the staff in a variety of roles since 1999, working as conditioning coach, secondary coach and director of NFL relations.

The 57-year-old Lolley spent 22 years as a high school coach in Alabama.