Auburn fans might finally be able to seek their revenge against Harvey Updyke, who poisoned Auburn's beloved oak trees at Toomer's Corner. He has agreed to a charity event in which fans will be allowed to dunk him or throw pies at his face.
With psychiatric testing planned for a University of Alabama fan charged with poisoning Auburn University's oak trees at Toomer's Corner, state mental health officials said Tuesday that such tests can last from hours to years, casting new doubt on when th
A University of Alabama fan accused of poisoning Auburn University's landmark oak trees in a fit of football rivalry is voluntarily surrendering himself into custody for psychiatric testing at a state mental facility.
An Alabama fan accused of poisoning two landmark oak trees at rival Auburn should not have to stand trial near the Auburn campus, especially since the defendant's reported confession was published by the student newspaper, his lawyer argued Wednesday.
Harvey Updyke turned down a plea offer from prosecutors that would have required him to spend 13 years in prison and never attend a Crimson Tide sporting event for the rest of his life, a source close to the case told ESPN.com on Friday.