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Godspeed to an Auburn Hero

By Posted on: May 14th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 8 Comments »
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Saying goodbye is not an easy thing to do, but it’s a normal part of life’s experiences. People come in and go out of our lives. Some just fade away while others leave an imprint on our hearts. When those times of separation come, they often cause us to reflect on what all that person Continue Story…

Postseason is About Playing the Best Teams

By Posted on: May 13th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 2 Comments »
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Auburn Has the Personnel to Win the SEC Softball Tournament (Updated:5-8-14)

By Posted on: May 7th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 6 Comments »
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                                                                                                                                             (photo:Anthony Hall, Auburn media)Shortly after Clint Meyers was hired as the Auburn Softball coach he gave his formula for a winning program: “It’s not so much about how many hits you get, it’s about when you get them. Good defense, good 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…

Tradition Like Auburn – Georgia is What Sets College Football Apart

By Posted on: April 30th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 10 Comments »
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                                                        The 1892 Auburn Football Team.Families arrived by carriage while many others came on horseback as close to 3,000 people gathered on a chilly winter’s day in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park to witness a group of young men play a new game called football. It was February 20, 1892 and the young collegians came together on 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…

My Soul Will Forever Yell War Eagle!

By Posted on: April 22nd, 2014 in Basketball, Featured Article, Football, News, Other Sports 6 Comments »
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Auburn great, Doc Robinson with Auburn Media Relations Director Chuck Gallina, and former Auburn AD David Housel at 2014 Tiger Trail Induction Ceremony. (photo:Anthony Hall/Auburn media relations)A couple of weeks ago I was invited to attend Auburn’s walk of fame (the Tiger Trails) induction ceremony by a tailgate friend from Texas. Holly Byrd usually attends 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…