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“What Comes Next Sits Squarely on My Shoulders.”

By Posted on: May 14th, 2013 in Baseball, Basketball, Football, News, Other Sports 12 Comments »
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Auburn A.D. Jay Jacobs says he has a plan … a plan to improve the athletics department including how to turnaround the lack of winning in the big three major sports. Speaking before the Auburn Chamber of Commerce today, Jacobs said that University President Jay Gogue has made it clear that he has high expectations Continue Story…

The Report Is In – Gogue Expects Jay Jacobs to Make Necessary Improvements

By Posted on: May 13th, 2013 in Baseball, Basketball, Football, News, Other Sports 8 Comments »

The much awaited report of the committee on Auburn Athletics has given their report to University President Jay Gogue. Dr Gogue had charged the committee to take a look at five criteria for evaluating the athletic department: (1) academic and support services for student-athletes, (2) financial management, (3)customer service, (4) competition, including winning, sportsmanship and Continue Story…

Jordan Ebert Named SEC Freshman of the Week

By Posted on: May 13th, 2013 in Baseball Comments Off

The SEC office has announced that Jordan Ebert is the Freshman of the Week for his play in the Tigers’  4-1 play last week. Jordan is batting .302, with six doubles, a triple and three home runs. He has drivien in 18 runs and scored 27 for the season. The second baseman led the Tigers for Continue Story…

Friday from the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: May 10th, 2013 in Baseball, Featured Article, Football, News 19 Comments »

When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong – Bob Stoops is not a believer in the SEC’s elite status despite every logical indication that he’s wrong. In the article, he goes on to say that the SEC’s perceived quality is nothing more than “propaganda.” By default, Stoops does have a point. The media is a little Continue Story…

Is Auburn’s Dramatic Win Over No.18 Ole Miss Enough to Turn Things Around for Pawlowski?

By Posted on: May 6th, 2013 in Baseball 7 Comments »

Before Saturday’s 8-5 win over No.18 Ole Miss, the Auburn Baseball Team had not scored more than three runs in a game since April 16. And before yesterday Auburn had not won a Sunday game in the SEC. For most of this spring, watching Auburn Baseball has been less than a thing of beauty. In Continue Story…

Time for Auburn Baseball to Get the Job Done

By Posted on: May 1st, 2013 in Baseball 1 Comment »
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                                      Garret Cooper hit two homeruns in Tigers’ 3-1 victory over                                       Missouri April 26, 2013. Last Friday the  Auburn Baseball Team entered what may have been thier most important series to date. The Tigers needed to sweep13th place Missouri or at least win the series Continue Story…

“Are you about TREE, or are you about FOOTBALL?”

By Posted on: April 18th, 2013 in Baseball, Basketball, Business - Entertainment, Football, Other Sports 11 Comments »
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                                 The last roll will take place on April 20, 2013. (Author’s note: In view of the fact that our Oaks’ time on the Plains is drawing to a close, I thought I would update and re-run the first article Continue Story…

Can Auburn Baseball Make a Case for the Postseason?

By Posted on: April 16th, 2013 in Baseball 6 Comments »
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                   Michael O’Neal is on track to be the Tigers first 10 game winner since 2003.After the Auburn Baseball team plays Samford  tonight in Birmingham, the last  half of the SEC Baseball season will begin on Thursday. And despite winning their last two series, the Auburn Tigers have a mountain to climb if they want to play Continue Story…