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Ex-coach Barbee laughs at Auburn's 2nd-round annihilation

theScore logo theScore 3/19/2018

a man wearing a suit and tie © Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images Sport / Getty Tony Barbee, the predecessor to Bruce Pearl as head coach of Auburn, seemed to enjoy the 31-point obliteration his former team took in the second round of the NCAA tournament versus Clemson.

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Clemson's largest lead of the game was 41 points, but Auburn received no sympathy from its ex-coach:

Barbee coached at Auburn from 2010-14, failing to earn a single berth in the NCAA tournament. He had the lowest winning percentage of any Auburn coach with a tenure longer than two years.

He joined Kentucky after his firing from the Tigers, and is still an assistant on John Calipari's staff.

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