- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Former Auburn star running back Michael Dyer testified during former teammate Antonio Goodwin's trial that Dyer "consistently" smoked synthetic marijuana during his career at Auburn.
Dyer was suspended for the bowl game last season and then transferred to Arkansas State.
Also during testimony, Dyer said his gun was used in an alleged armed robbery involving former Auburn teammates in March 2011.
Dyer testified that he met with Goodwin and co-defendants Dakota Mosley and Shaun Kitchens at a party at DeAngelo Benton's house the night of the alleged robbery. The players had gathered to watch a Los Angeles Lakers game and were drinking beer and smoking "spice," a name for synthetic marijuana that was legal in Alabama until last October.