Archive for January, 2010

Building a Program

By Posted on: January 21st, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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War Eagle, everybody! We’re now a mere two weeks from national signing day for college football. By all appearances, Auburn has a strong class lined up. The Tigers are currently ranked in the top five in the nation by most services. It’s been years since the Tigers hauled in a class with this much promise. Continue Story…

Eric Mack Commits to Tigers

By Posted on: January 20th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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As was reported by a few readers in a different thread, OL Eric Mack from St. Matthews, SC, has chosen Auburn over Florida in an announcement made today. Auburn’s persistence in recruiting Mack has seemed to pay off for the former committment to South Carolina. Mack had originally committed to Spurrier and company last year, but decommitted Continue Story…

Runaway Lane

By Posted on: January 19th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

Recruiting Season Takes Front and Center

By Posted on: January 19th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

With bowl season and the college coaching carousel finally ending, we can all focus more on recruiting and national signing day on February 3rd. If you’ve taken your eye off the ball, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. This year’s group of Auburn commitments may go down as the best in school history. Of course, Continue Story…

Monday Morning Musings

By Posted on: January 18th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

Just when Auburn thought it had escaped one of the craziest, most contengious post-season coaching grabs in recent memory, Gene Chizik now has reason to worry. While there has been no official word of Lousiana Tech officials asking for permission to interview offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn, the odds of that happening are extremely high. In Continue Story…

Who Says the Best Action Is On The Field?

By Posted on: January 15th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

In a world where Brittany Spears constitutes good music, Nancy Pelosi can be chosen Speaker of the House and Oprah Winfrey can be anointed America’s moral compass, it should really come as no surprise that Southern Cal headed to East Tennessee to find its new coach. Still, it comes as something of a mild shock to Continue Story…

“Family Always Helps Family”

By Posted on: January 14th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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The uniqueness of the Auburn Family never ceases to amaze me. Like thousands of Auburn fans the last couple of weeks, I was frantically looking for tickets to the BCS National Championship game. I am a season ticket holder but I have broken my contribution record a couple of times over the years in order Continue Story…

Southeastern Conference in Turmoil!

By Posted on: January 14th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

War Eagle, everybody! It’s always great to be an Auburn Tiger, but right now it’s especially great. The Southeastern Conference is currently suffering a plague of departures, retirements, replacements and defections. Given the tempestuous year 2008 was for the Tigers, it’s pretty amazing that Auburn now appears to be one of the more stable programs Continue Story…