Archive for March, 2009

Calipari Takes Kentucky Job

By Posted on: March 31st, 2009 in Football Comments Off

SEC basketball got a lot tougher tonight when Memphis Coach John Calipari accepted the head basketball job at Kentucky. A Sea Of Blue is reporting that the deal is done. It’s also being confirmed by the Memphis Commercial-Appeal. Here’s part of their story from earlier tonight… After nearly a full day of reflection and struggle, John Calipari decided Continue Story…

More Than A Championship: Auburn Men Claim Eighth National Title

By Posted on: March 30th, 2009 in Football Comments Off

  Glance at the headline of today’s story and for many it’s very easy to keep on going. After all, it’s not about Gene Chizik’s football team or Jeff Lebo flirting with Virginia Commonwealth. It’s none of those things – but it is a better story. Outside of the Olympics every four years, swimming gets Continue Story…

TET Meet-Up at A-Day Game Sort of Planned

By Posted on: March 30th, 2009 in Football Comments Off
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 Will somebody PLEASE explain to me how the scoring at A-Day works?   I’m pretty confident that the staff here at TET is going to try our best to assemble for A-Day on April 18th, so we can take notes on the team and sample a few of the Plains’ best watering holes and basically Continue Story…

Tracking The Tigers

By Posted on: March 26th, 2009 in Football Comments Off

Getting any substantive news out of spring practice in Auburn is proving to be a tough ticket. Give Gene Chizik credit. He knows how to lockdown a practice. The mainstream press has had some luck getting a few sound bites here and there so I thought rather than write a story today, I’d just link a lot Continue Story…

Hold That Tiger!

By Posted on: March 25th, 2009 in Football Comments Off

War Eagle, everybody! Time now for another in the series of Tommy Tuberville’s Greatest Games! On September 16, 2006, two top ten-ranked football teams geared up for a WAR, at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The past two seasons had featured close, hard hitting games between Auburn and LSU, and this year was likely to be no different. Continue Story…

AP Poll Results for the SEC Over the Years

By Posted on: March 23rd, 2009 in Football Comments Off
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While researching some numbers on the AP College Football Poll’s own site recently, I noticed that they were closing in on 1000 weekly polls since it’s inception on an annual basis in 1936 (989 to be precise), and thought that it might be fun to take a look at how teams from the SEC have done throughout Continue Story…

Auburn vs. Baylor To Be Televised By ESPN

By Posted on: March 22nd, 2009 in Football Comments Off

The Auburn men’s basketball team (24-11) will play its final home game of the season as it plays host to Baylor (22-14) in the NIT Quarterfinals on Tuesday at 6 pm Central in Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum. The winner advances to the NIT Final Four in New York’s historic Madison Square Garden on March 31. Reserved tickets Continue Story…

Auburn Ladies Pound Lehigh In First Round Of NCAA Tournament

By Posted on: March 21st, 2009 in Football Comments Off

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Auburn senior DeWanna Bonner had a game-high 26 points and a stifling Tiger defense held the Patriot League’s top offense to a season low as the Tigers defeated Lehigh, 85-49, in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Saturday. The No. 2 seed in the Oklahoma City Regional, the Tigers will Continue Story…