Auburn lost two Iron Bowl stars in a two-month span this year.

Former Tiger tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen and defensive back David Langner will be remember with a moment of silence before Saturday’s game against Arkansas.

Auburn’s Sports Information Director Kirk Sampson also said that there will be “something” on the video board during the moment of silence.

Lutzenkirchen, a beloved player by some many people, died in a single-vehicle accident June 29 outside of LaGrange, Georgia. During fall camp the Tigers remembered “Lutzie” with a No. 43 painted in one end zone. Just prior to the start of her soccer season, Lutzenkirchen’s sister, Abby, changed her Alabama jersey number to 43 to honor her best friend and brother.

The tight end hauled in 59 catches during his career, 14 for touchdowns. Lutzenkirchen’s most memorable touchdown came in Auburn’s 2010 national championship season. Against Alabama, Auburn roared back from a 24-0 deficit and scored the game-winning touchdown when Cam Newtown threw a seven-yard strike to Lutzenkirchen that put Auburn ahead for good 28-27 win.

Many Auburn players and coaches are expected to show some form of tribute for Lutzenkircken, whether it is wearing a bracelet or printing No. 43 written on their shoes or tape.

“I’ll be wearing his bracelet,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said. “I’m sure there will be some players who honor him in their own way.”

Lutzenkircken was the first player Malzahn recruited when he was at Auburn.

Langner died on April 26 of cancer. The 62-year old might be the most recognizable Auburn star in Iron Bowl history. In the 1972 contest, now known as the “Punt Bama Punt” game, Langner returned not one, but, two Alabama blocked punts for touchdowns. Auburn’s Bill Newton blocked both punts in the fourth quarter  The second Langner touchdown gave the Tigers the lead for good 17-16. Langner’s interception in the waining minutes clinched the Auburn victory.