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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 11–18–17

By on November 17th, 2017 in Football, News 1 Comment »

Doak Walker Award semifinalist Kerryon Johnson expected to get a lot of touches against ULM (photo: Bennett/

After Auburn blew out the No.  1 ranked Georgia Bulldogs last Saturday, the College Football Playoff Committee moved the Tigers to No. 6 in the CFP standings. The Top 10 ranking makes Auburn one of several teams trying to move up into the final four or at the least become eligible for a top-tier bowl. 

However, Coach Malzahn has said the Tigers are not looking ahead, focusing instead this week on Louisiana Monroe. Malzahn said the goal is not to lose the momentum in this game before heading into the Iron Bowl. As Acid Reign mentioned in his game preview, Auburn needs to take care of business and get out of the game without injuries and with a win that doesn’t hurt the team’s standing in the playoff race. Kickoff will be at 11:00 a.m. CT and will be broadcast by ESPN2.

Although LA Monroe has not had a good year, its passing attack has the Warhawks ranked in the top 20 in total offense and scoring. And, they have one of the best wide receivers in All-Sun-Belt return man Marcus Green. Kick coverage has been a sore spot for the Tigers, and Green should provide them a chance to work on improvement.

Those attending the game will enjoy perfect football weather. The forecast calls for a breezy day with temps hovering around the mid to high 60’s. For those who will watch the game on television, we have prepared our regular broadcast schedule of all games leading up to and after Auburn’s game with LA Monroe.

Game times are Central Standard, and all SEC games as well as those involving Top 25 teams are underlined. Games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here and games on ESPN3 can be viewed by clicking on this link.

Acid Reign will be back doing his regular play-by-play and will have his Open Thread up Saturday. So why not check back here during the game and join him in the discussion as the game unfolds. War Eagle and …

Beat the Warhawks!

11:00 a.m. CT
No. 6 Auburn hosts La Monroe – ESPN2    
Cincinnati at East Carolina – CBS Sports Network
Delaware State at Florida State – RSN
Virginia at No. 3 Miami, Fl. – ABC
Mercer at No. 1 Alabama – SEC Network
Rutgers at Indiana – Big 10 Network
SMU at No. 21 Memphis – ESPNews
No. 12 TCU at Texas Tech – Fox Sports1
Texas at West Virginia – ESPN
No. 15 UCF at Temple – ESPNU
No. 24 Michigan at No. 5 Wisconsin – FOX
Minnesota at No. 23 Northwestern – Big 10 Network
No. 16 Mississippi State at Arkansas – CBS

See the rest of the schedule after the jump:

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Track’Em Tigers Podcast Episode #12—Gus Malzahn’s Renaissance

auburn-vs-georgia-nov-11-2017-3943ea2e18fe2481 Check out Track'Em Tigers Podcast Episode #12 below. In this edition Zach Taylor and I discuss Auburn's record-breaking victory over Georgia last weekend. We also tease what's ahead in the week leading up to Auburn's biggest game annually—the Iron Bowl. Thanks so much for listening and being the best readers/fans of Auburn sp... Read Full Story

Auburn Strolls Past Indiana State

By on November 16th, 2017 in Basketball, News Comment »

Auburn traveled to Charleston South Carolina to play in the Charleston Classic. The Tigers weren't the talk of the town entering the tournament. However, that changed when they played their fist game against Indiana State, a team that had destroyed the Indiana Hoosiers last week. And it was all Auburn -- all game as it cruised to a team win.

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Hosting the Warhawks!

By on November 16th, 2017 in Football 5 Comments »
ULM Week Auburn has won every time against these guys (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody. Another Auburn football Saturday is fast approaching. In the past, the second week of November meant that the UGA Bulldogs were on the slate. In recent years, thanks to the 12-game schedule, Auburn has been able to schedule a l... Read Full Story

One Down, Three to Go

By on November 15th, 2017 in Football 9 Comments »
636460194851947781-USP-NCAA-FOOTBALL-GEORGIA-AT-AUBURN-95252677 Saturday afternoon was overwhelming. Throughout the entire week leading up to the game, I was preparing myself for a loss. I had seen this game play out in front of me countless times. Gus Malzahn and big games just typically don't add up to victories very often.Following the LSU game earlier this year, many fans called for Co... Read Full Story

TET College Pick’em WEEK 11 RESULTS

By on November 14th, 2017 in Football Comment »
pickem-graphic-e1439682710300-3 A Big WAR EAGLE to all! What an exciting week 11 we had for our Auburn Tigers. The boys showed their strength over the #1 Georgia Bulldogs last week and the question is—did you pick them to do so in such fashion on your college pick'em scores? It's true, this week doesn't have too many power ranking teams going at each other, ... Read Full Story

Auburn Basketball Bounces Back Against Norfolk State

By on November 14th, 2017 in Basketball, News Comment »
Feb 17, 2016; Fayetteville, AR, USA; Auburn Tigers head coach Bruce Pearl gestures instructions to his players in the second half of a game with the Arkansas Razorbacks at Bud Walton Arena. The Tigers won 90-86. Mandatory Credit: Gunnar Rathbun-USA TODAY Sports

Auburn took on Norfolk State just a week after a disappointing loss to Barry University. How did the Tigers do it?

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Spastic Random Thoughts – Busted Bulldog Edition

By on November 13th, 2017 in Football 9 Comments »

The Bulldog “faithful" have stopped saying, “We want Bama,” and are looking forward to a rematch. They are already saying, “One game doesn’t make a season,” and “It’s how we respond to this,” and other complete tripe. I hear,“We want AU again.” The classic definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results—well, instead of stop the insanity!, I say bring on more insanity!

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And, Here We Are (Kudos to Auburn’s 12th Man) !!!

By on November 13th, 2017 in Football, News 10 Comments »
AA_T0501_3 If you were not at Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday afternoon/evening, then there is no way I can express exactly how loud the environment was. I keep going back in memory to 1989 when Auburn first welcomed Alabama to the Plains and, to me at least, Saturday night was louder. I could try and convey to you, TET members, a loudness th... Read Full Story

Auburn Crushes Georgia!!!! (Grading Auburn’s 40–17 win over Georgia)

By on November 12th, 2017 in Football 14 Comments »
Georgia Grades Let the celebrating begin!(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)     War Eagle everybody! It's time now for the Acid Reign Report on Auburn's incredible 40–17 win over top-ranked Georgia at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Georgia started and finished the game with nice, lengthy drives that relied heavily upon the arm of freshman quarterback... Read Full Story

Bash the Bulldogs! (Auburn vs. Georgia Open Thread)

By on November 11th, 2017 in Football 2 Comments »
Georgia Thread Last time Auburn beat Georgia...     War Eagle, everybody! Amen Corner continues today in Auburn as the top-ranked, undefeated Georgia Bulldogs pay a visit. This is an important game for the Auburn Tigers as they stand at 5–1 in the SEC. Lose this one, and the Tigers will need help from Mississippi State to get to th... Read Full Story

College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 11–11–17

By on November 10th, 2017 in Football, News 1 Comment »
8f279a66314cbb33870f6a7067000f44-USAToday The CBS Game of the Week will broadcast the 121st meeting of Auburn versus Georgia. There have been so many thrilling and dramatic games over the 125-year history of the series, and this year’s edition will just add to the mystique that is the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry.This edition of the rivalry could well be "the battle ... Read Full Story

TigerEye Review Week 9

By on November 10th, 2017 in Football, News 5 Comments »

The number of fired SEC coaches in the middle of this season doubled last week with the departure of Jim McElwain from the University of Florida. I’ve talked about the losses of coaching talent over the last couple of seasons and related it to how various teams have performed over time. But one statistic I recently found really stood out to me from a coaching tenure standpoint ...

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A Tough Test Awaits the Tigers

By on November 9th, 2017 in Football, News 8 Comments »
Georgia Week Can the Tigers win up front?(Dale Zanine, USA TODAY Sports)     War Eagle, everybody. Another defining Auburn football Saturday is fast approaching. The calendar has ticked over to November, and that means “Amen Corner” is here. This is a make or break Saturday for the Tigers, make no mistake. The undefeated, numbe... Read Full Story

TET Podcast Episode 11—Preview of Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry

auburn-vs.-georgia War Eagle everybody! Time now for Track 'Em Tigers weekly podcast. Click on this link for another interesting discussion with Zach and myself on Auburn football. This week we preview Saturday's Top 10 showdown between Auburn and Georgia.And when you listen to #TETpodcast Episode 11 be sure to share it on twitter using the code ... Read Full Story

It’s Auburn–Georgia Week On The Plains … Let the Buildup Begin!

By on November 7th, 2017 in Football, Memories, News 36 Comments »
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While the Iron Bowl is usually more important, the heritage of college football in the south belongs to this November classic. The first game ever played in the deep south was between these two like-minded programs. There have been many memorable games in its 124 year history and today we highlight some of the more significant in a walk down memory lane.

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TET College Pick’em WEEK 10 RESULTS

By on November 7th, 2017 in Football, News Comment »
Do you have what it takes to win the TET College Pick'em? How crazy was this past week if you were in the Top 10? It took some know how on picking who was going to come away with a win. Many top teams saw their championship hopes take a big step backwards, while our Auburn Tigers moved back into the AP Top 10 with a much needed win over the Texas A&M Aggies to start Amen Corner!Pic... Read Full Story

Basketball Suffers Bad Defeat to Barry University

By on November 6th, 2017 in Basketball, News 11 Comments »
giiwl04fdjyipqijisov With the numerous happenings around Auburn athletics, the exhibition game against Barry University, a 105–95 loss, was a mere footnote. Much of that can be attributed to the fact that the exhibition wasn’t covered by any media, and the game itself required paying patrons, who were asked to cough up $10 to watch Auburn’s sq... Read Full Story

Auburn Outlasts the Aggies! (Grading Auburn’s 42–27 win at Texas A&M)

By on November 5th, 2017 in Football 14 Comments »
Aggie Grades Stove puts it just inside the pylon (Sam Craft/Associated Press)     War Eagle everybody! It's time now for the Acid Reign Report on Auburn's 42–27 win in College Station over Texas A&M. Hoping to get off to a fast start, Auburn instead struggled for much of the first half. Thanks to some chunk plays by Texas A&a... Read Full Story

Assault the Aggies! (Auburn at Texas A&M Open Thread)

By on November 4th, 2017 in Football 6 Comments »
Aggie Thread The 12th Man Awaits      War Eagle, everybody! The Auburn football season continues this morning with a visit to College Station, Texas. The Auburn Tigers will take on the Texas A&M Aggies in an important SEC Western Division matchup. For the Aggies, it is a chance to redeem themselves a week after getting blown ou... Read Full Story

Jay Jacobs Stepping Down as Auburn AD

By on November 3rd, 2017 in Football, News 4 Comments »

There were other controversies as well, but those two broke the camel's back. "They have begun to take their toll," said Jacobs. "And have raised questions about why Auburn must endure such problems. But as I consider the future and what is best for Auburn, I have prayerfully decided the time has come for me to step aside.”

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