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Sunny Golloway Means Business – Tigers headed to Omaha in first season

By Posted on: February 26th, 2014 in Baseball, Featured Article 17 Comments »
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                                          This guy means business. (photo: Julie Bennett, al.com)New Auburn Baseball Coach Sunny Golloway went out on a limb after being hired to take over the Tiger program. He boldly declared Auburn would not only Continue Story…

Friday from the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: February 21st, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 18 Comments »

-Texas Tech football players treated fans attending a school basketball game with a halftime dunk contest. Clancy David, a walk-on wide receiver and self-proclaimed backwards name advocate, took home first place in the event. Apparently this was much more popular with the players than former head coach Tommy Tuberville’s annual Funk Contest.-Colorado St. running back, Continue Story…

Spring Has Sprung on The Plains (AU spring sports that is)

By Posted on: February 19th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 4 Comments »
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                                                                                        (photo:Phillip Marshall,auburntigers.com)Although Auburn University just went through several days of snow and ice that caused classes to be cancelled, the baseball open house postponed, and the calling of the Softball Team’s opener in the seventh inning – the official start of spring is just around the corner. Warmer, sunny days are approaching and people Continue Story…

More Rule Changes We’d Like to See

By Posted on: February 18th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 9 Comments »
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With Nick Saban and Brett Bielma drawing all the attention and flack for their endorsement against HUNH offenses, we believe at TET that not enough interest is being shown for legislating against some of the real problems of the game.  While other college football outlets might be reluctant to tackle these issues, we have no such compunction Continue Story…

Auburn Wins Most Important Game – Gives Sunny Golloway 1st Victory

By Posted on: February 15th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 10 Comments »
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                                     Sunny Golloway won his debut game at Auburn. (photo:Julie Bennett, al.com)Just days after schools and businesses were closed in Auburn, Ala. for snow and ice, the Auburn Tigers opened their 2014 baseball season Friday in the Snow Bird Classic in Port Charlotte, Fla. The Tigers made new Coach Continue Story…

Friday from the Eagle’s Nest – Special Investigative Report

By Posted on: February 14th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 15 Comments »

With recent developments coming to light, it has been revealed that University of Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema and University of Alabama head coach Nick Saban are two key supporters of a radical proposed NCAA rule change that would drastically limit the pace at which offenses could operate.Having been fascinated by the possible implications Continue Story…

Hal Herring – Man’s Man and the Last of an Era

By Posted on: February 12th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 3 Comments »

The year was 1957. The Auburn Tigers won the National Championship and did so with a lock down defense. Just as Auburn won a national championship in 2010 behind the play calling of an offensive guru named Gus Malzahn, the Tigers of ’57 won it behind the play calling of another guru, but that time Continue Story…

No Better Place for Quail Hunting than Pat Dye’s Crooked Oaks Preserve

By Posted on: February 12th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 7 Comments »
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                     Bill Sewell aka. MyAuburn in the field at Crooked Oaks. (photo by AubTigerman)             Everyone needs a pastime, a hobby if you will. And the more avid you are about that hobby, the more enjoyment it will bring. Webster defines pastime as something that amuses and serves to make time pass agreeably. After college Continue Story…