The celebratory rollings date back at least 40 years, starting with the now-underground wires that used to criss-cross the corner and switching to the trees some three decades ago, according to Housel.
A system of wires crossing the street will replace the trees as a temporary solution for postgame celebrations in a tribute to the old days.
Harrison Mills, the president of Auburn's student government association, said the Samford Park renovation will improve the openness, accessibility and accommodations for fans.
There were plenty of celebrations at Toomer's Corner when Malzahn was the offensive coordinator at Auburn from 2009-11. He came back to the school after Gene Chizik was fired following a 3-9 season.
Malzahn, who received a five-year contract worth $2.3 million annually, said Saturday he and his team are going to give fans a reason to once again shower the corner in toilet paper.
"Here's the plan in the fall: to give the Auburn family numerous opportunities to roll these trees," Malzahn said to a roar of applause.