ROBIN TRIMARCHI/COLUMBUS LEDGER ENQUIRER 
 Auburn freshman Tripp Gulledge, right, and Hannah Stanfield warm up on the practice field with the mellophone section of the Auburn University Marching Band. Gulledge, who was born with retina problems which has led to almost complete vision loss, often marches during halftime programs. 11.12.15
ROBIN TRIMARCHI/COLUMBUS LEDGER ENQUIRER Auburn freshman Tripp Gulledge, right, and Hannah Stanfield warm up on the practice field with the mellophone section of the Auburn University Marching Band. Gulledge, who was born with retina problems which has led to almost complete vision loss, often marches during halftime programs. 11.12.15 ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
ROBIN TRIMARCHI/COLUMBUS LEDGER ENQUIRER Auburn freshman Tripp Gulledge, right, and Hannah Stanfield warm up on the practice field with the mellophone section of the Auburn University Marching Band. Gulledge, who was born with retina problems which has led to almost complete vision loss, often marches during halftime programs. 11.12.15 ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com

Auburn band member performs at games that he can't see

November 23, 2015 5:03 PM