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July 4th Week and Nominations for TET’s Auburn Football Hall of Fame

By on July 1st, 2016 in Football 1 Comment »

All-American running back, Joe Cribbs, was one of the best to ever play at Running back U.

The celebration of our nation’s independence is a time-honored tradition. It’s a time for fireworks, barbecues, and vacations. And, traditionally, it’s a time for the staff here at Track ‘Em Tigers to take our annual week’s vacation.

We appreciate all of you that make TET a part of your daily lives and wish you a happy and restful holiday weekend. We will be back with our regular postings on Monday, following the July 4th week.

In the interim, we have something we would like for you, our readers, to help us with.

The next few days we will be taking nominations to fill out our ballot for the fifth class of our own Auburn Tigers Football Hall of Fame. TET’s Hall now includes forty-one former Auburn  players and coaches. You can find a list of those names at the end of this article.

The rules for the selection process are:

(1) Nominate only one person from each of the following positions: QB, RB, FB, WR, TE, OL, DL, LB, DB, ST, and Coach. 
(2) We have two classifications for nominations. One representing players from the last 40 years and one representing “old school” Tigers – those who played before 1976.
(3) To be eligible, players and/or inactive coaches should have been out of college for four years. Ten names, nine chosen by our readers, will go into the 2016 class and may come from any period in Auburn history.
(4) Although it would be good for you to have seen the nominee play or coach (at least on television), we recognize that in some cases that would not be possible.

You can tell us in the comment section why you think a player or coach is deserving of the nomination or just list their name. If your guy has already been nominated, you can still nominate himan action that will simply add to the nominee’s weight for placement on the final ballot.

Towards the end of this week, we will publish a list of the top vote getters along with a ballot/poll to decide which nominees will make up the 2015 class of TET’s Auburn Football Hall of Fame.

On behalf of the staff here at Track ‘Em Tigers, thank you in advance for your help. War Eagle, and we wish you all a safe and enjoyable 4h of July.

Editors note: The names of the forty-one current members of TET’s Hall of Fame are listed after the jump.

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Rested Tigers Host the Razorbacks! (Previewing Arkansas vs. Auburn)

By on June 30th, 2016 in Football 2 Comments »
Arkansas Preview Austin Allen takes the reins this year.(Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports)     War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for another Auburn football preview! On October 22nd, the Auburn Tigers host the Arkansas Razorbacks after a bye weekend. Exactly 6 weeks into the schedule, the break could not come at a better time. Last season, Arkan... Read Full Story

Is Carl Lawson Key to Restoring Auburn Pass Rush to Championship Level?

By on June 29th, 2016 in Football, News 6 Comments »
635770715065682619-090515AuburnVsLouisville36 Some prognosticators believe the 2016 Auburn defensive line may be the best since Nick Fairley helped the Tigers win the 2010 National Championship. For that to happen, the Tigers will have to have two things going for them: one, plenty of depth and two, keep Carl Lawson healthy the entire season. The Tigers may well have the be... Read Full Story

Looking Ahead to the 2017 Auburn Softball Season

By on June 28th, 2016 in News, Other Sports 3 Comments »
Tiffany Howard (1) is greeted by teammates after hitting her first grand slam.
Jacksonville State vs Auburn softball in Auburn, Ala., on Sunday, May 22, 2016 during the NCAA Softball Regionals. Kris Sims/Auburn Athletics

Auburn must replace some important players who shaped modern softball on the Plains. There are options on the current roster as well as a Top 10 class of recruits. Take a look at who we think will be next year's starters.

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A New Running Back at Auburn?

By on June 27th, 2016 in Football 7 Comments »

Check out Coulter's Monday Musings: From a new Running Back at Auburn, to Gus' new recruiting car, to new football facilities, to Jordan-Hare expansion to a tribute to Pat Summitt's & more ...

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Auburn Lands Four Star Running Back Kameron Martin

By on June 26th, 2016 in Football, News 6 Comments »
1024x1024 Auburn Football got a shot in the arm tonight as Kameron Martin, the nation's No. 7 all-purpose back in the 2016 class signed with the Tigers. The four star back originally signed with Baylor but opted to transfer after the recent troubles on the Waco campus. He was given his unconditional release from the Bears and is eligibl... Read Full Story

Pivotal Game in Starkville (Previewing Mississippi State)

By on June 23rd, 2016 in Football 9 Comments »
MSU Preview Tigers haven't won in Davis-Wade Stadium in a while.(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for another Auburn football preview! On October 8th, the Tigers take their first road trip of the year, heading to Starkville to play the Mississippi State Bulldogs. There are reasons for optimism in this game. ... Read Full Story

Herb Hand Continues to Show He’s a Strong Recruiter

By on June 21st, 2016 in Football, News 6 Comments »
Herb Hand 
Auburn spring football practice on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 in Auburn, Ala. Photo by Wade Rackley/Auburn Athletics Much was made in 2015 about Auburn’s poor quarterback play. The season ended without a clear starter, and Auburn fans are still waiting to find out who will be the signal caller in 2016. The success of whomever wins the job will be determined not only by individual performance but in large part by the offensive line he has in ... Read Full Story

2016 Auburn Softball Wrap-up

By on June 20th, 2016 in Memories, Other Sports 6 Comments »

Auburn lost a hearbreaker in game three of the WCWS Finals. Along the way, nine players finished their eligibility. Take a look at who they were and what they meant to Auburn's softball program.

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Happy Father’s Day from Track ‘Em Tigers

By on June 19th, 2016 in Memories, News 6 Comments »
feat Today is Father’s Day. It’s a day that brings back the moments shared with children. It’s about the sacrifices fathers made as well as the little things they did. The laughs, the embraces, the smiles, the encouragement, and the lessons learned. For some it’s a time to buy their dad a present, for some a time to take thei... Read Full Story

Auburn Places Nine Players on Athlon’s Preseason All-SEC Teams

By on June 17th, 2016 in Football, News 12 Comments »
img25272298 It's only June, and the college football preseason All-SEC lists have started to come out. Athlon Sports published its list this week, placing nine Auburn Tigers on the first through fourth teams.Named to the first team were offensive lineman Alex Kozan and kicker Daniel Carlson. Second team honorees were defensive linemen Carl... Read Full Story

ULM Marks Five in a Row at Home (Auburn vs. ULM Preview)

By on June 16th, 2016 in Football 5 Comments »
ULM Preview Can the Warhawks be a serious threat?(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for another Auburn football preview! Auburn will host the University of Louisiana at Monroe Warhawks at Jordan-Hare Stadium on October first. The last time these two teams met was 2012, when Auburn climbed to a 28–14 lead in... Read Full Story

Midweek Ramblings From The Plains (6-15-16 edition)

635782884048175385-091915AuburnVsLSU52 The time between the end of college baseball and the beginning of SEC Media Days is typically the slowest time for the college sports news cycle. However, a bit of interesting news came out Sunday from the league's sports information directors. The SID's gave their annual prediction on how each football team will finish at the e... Read Full Story

Three Years Ago Today, Auburn Hired Two Proven Coaches…

By on June 14th, 2016 in Baseball, News, Other Sports 8 Comments »
78e7ba76f590271a-julie-bennett Three years ago today, Auburn's AD Jay Jacobs stood in front of the press and introduced two new coaches. Arizona State's Clint Myers was announced as the new softball coach, and later in the day Oklahoma's Sunny Golloway was announced as the new baseball coach. Under pressure to deliver, Jacobs said he was looking for proven w... Read Full Story

Jacobs Doubles Down on Malzahn

By on June 13th, 2016 in Football 17 Comments »

Last week it was announced that Jay Jacobs had extended Gus Malzahn's contract to 2020 despite recent struggles. Why would Jacobs commit more money? Could it be less about wins and more about his own job stability?

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A Blown Career Ends in Likely Jail Time for Hubbard

By on June 13th, 2016 in Football, News 3 Comments »
mike hubbard What a long, strange trip it has been for Mike Hubbard. The now former Speaker of the House in Alabama faces a future few could have imagined back in 1985 when he was the young gun on David Housel’s SID staff, tasked with promoting Bo Jackson for the Heisman Trophy.It seemed he had his profession by the tail. Many predicted he... Read Full Story

September Finishes with LSU! (previewing LSU)

By on June 9th, 2016 in Football 5 Comments »
LSU Fournette Preview

It's time now for another Auburn football preview! Auburn will host the LSU Tigers on September 24th, finishing the month of a September featuring 4 consecutive home games. While Auburn lost a half dozen games last season, none was more embarrassing than the beating the team took at the hands of LSU. At LSU, the game was over before halftime. Here's hoping for a little Tiger payback this fall!

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Tigers Have Forever Changed Auburn Softball (despite falling short in Women’s College World Series)

By on June 8th, 2016 in News, Other Sports 16 Comments »
-7b132f65b8638722 Auburn softball came up just short in its quest for a national championship, losing to the Oklahoma Sooners 2–1 Wednesday night. The Sooners won the championship despite not having scored an earned run in the last 13 innings against Auburn. The deciding factor in the final game of the Women's College World Series was two une... Read Full Story

WCWS Championship – AU vs. OU – Winner Takes All – Live Game Thread

By on June 8th, 2016 in Other Sports 1 Comment »

This is an open thread of the final game of a three-game Women's College World Series to decide the NCAA National Champion. Click on article to view comments in the live thread box at the bottom of the article

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Deciding Game Three of WCWS National Championship Preview

By on June 8th, 2016 in Other Sports 1 Comment »

Auburn stayed alive with a miraculous comeback in last night's game two of the WCWS Finals. Tonight, either Auburn or Oklahoma will walk away as national champs. What can fans expect? Read below.

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What a Comeback … Tigers Win 11-7 … Game 3 of WCWS is On!

By on June 8th, 2016 in News, Other Sports 8 Comments »
add8c0bfe4654beaab613d3f8a4dae53_r900x493 No. 4 Auburn defeated No.3 Oklahoma 11–7 in game two of the Women's College World Series Tuesday night in one of the wildest games ever played at AHS Hall of Fame Stadium. Oklahoma jumped out to a 7–0  lead in the second inning, then the never-say-die Tigers came storming back and tied the game in the fourth on Kasey Coop... Read Full Story