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What Went Wrong With Auburn Baseball Season?

By Posted on: May 20th, 2014 in Baseball, Featured Article 11 Comments »
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Senior Dillon Ortman made two starts in Auburn’s season ending series against LSU. (photo:Anthony Hall,AUmedia)Normally I love this time of year. Sandwiched between spring football and summer workouts are the SEC and NCAA Baseball Tournaments. Like most Auburn people, I’m a big football fan. However, I also enjoy SEC baseball … in particular Auburn Baseball.I Continue Story…

Auburn Had to Give Up Something

By Posted on: May 5th, 2014 in Baseball, Football 16 Comments »
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It seems most Auburn fans are satisfied. I guess I see it as a missed opportunity. When league members agreed on the 8-game conference format preserving its long-time rivalries, fans across the state cheered.Alabama gets to keep its annual rivalry with Tennessee and Auburn continues playing Georgia. That’s the good news. On the flip side, Continue Story…

Auburn Baseball Still in Post Season Picture (Updated 5-4-14:Tigers swept by MSU)

By Posted on: May 2nd, 2014 in Baseball, Featured Article 5 Comments »

Last weekend, Auburn Baseball went into Baum stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas with a 7-11 conference record facing elimination from the SEC Tournament. The Tigers had to take care of business in order to be in contention. After taking two of three against the Razorbacks, Auburn put themselves back in the picture. But Head Coach Sunny Continue Story…

It’s Crunch Time for the Tigers – (Update: Tigers Win Arkansas Series!)

By Posted on: April 25th, 2014 in Baseball, Featured Article 4 Comments »
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Dillon Ortman, tied for the most wins in the SEC, will take the mound in first game of Ark. series. (photo:Zach Bland/Auburn media)Auburn Baseball will travel to Arkansas tonight for a battle with the Razorbacks to stay relative in the SEC West. After opening the SEC season with two series wins over Texas A&M and Continue Story…

‘The Times They Are A Changing’ – Whether NCAA Likes it or Not

By Posted on: April 16th, 2014 in Baseball, Basketball, Featured Article, Football 3 Comments »
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When news broke Tuesday of the NCAA’s change in the meal policy for student athletes it hardly registered a blip on the sports media radar screen as a big deal. The governing body’s Legislative Council approved a change that will now allow unlimited meals and snacks to all Division I student-athletes, including walk-ons. That’s big Continue Story…

Auburn – Bama Play Important Weekend Series (update:3rd game AU falls in 9th)

By Posted on: April 11th, 2014 in Baseball 2 Comments »

The Auburn Baseball Team is set to play an important game tonight at 6:30 CT when they take on Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Of course it’s always an important game anytime the Tigers take on the Tide in any sport.However, for a mid season game, the stakes are pretty high. While the two teams record are Continue Story…

Auburn Baseball Nationally Ranked

By Posted on: March 25th, 2014 in Baseball 4 Comments »
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                                                                                                (photo:Albert Cesare,Opelika/Auburn News)The Auburn Baseball Team has Continue Story…

Golloway’s Tigers Getting it Together Just in Time for SEC Play

By Posted on: March 11th, 2014 in Baseball, Featured Article 3 Comments »
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              Keegan Thompson  has only given up one earn run this season. (photo:auburntigers.com)After a rough start, new Auburn Baseball Coach Sunny Golloway has his Tigers playing the way he has expected. The Tigers played a good game last week in a one run loss in the Capital City Classic, before sweeping a good Mercer team Continue Story…