Archive for May, 2010

Ranking the 2010 SEC Out-of-Conference Schedules

By Posted on: May 31st, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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Ever since becoming the default conference for a slot in the BCS championship game, the SEC’s in-conference games are above reproach. The out-of-conference (OCC) slate, however, has served much of the last decade as ammunition to shoot down the high poll rankings of the conference’s teams. You have to go no further back than the 2004 Continue Story…

Cam Newton Story

By Posted on: May 31st, 2010 in Football Comments Off

Great story out of SI.com on Cam Newton’s journey to Auburn. For those that have never heard it, definitely worth reading it.

Track’em Tigers Welcomes Two New Writers

By Posted on: May 30th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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With the departure of War Damn Zach from Track’em Tigers, we’ve taken the opportunity to change our weekly line-up. That means adding two new writers to our team. Please join me in welcoming AubTigerman and KoolBell777 as our newest team members. If you are regulars here, these two are no strangers. They been some our most active contributors over the Continue Story…

Now It’s Time To Say Goodbye

By Posted on: May 30th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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The secret to success in sports is keeping the team together over a long period of time where working together as a unit becomes second nature. We’ve certainly had that here at Track’em Tigers over the past three years. Along with War Eagle Atlanta, War Damn Zach and Acid Reign, our team here at TET has stayed Continue Story…

Thursday Night Shoot out!

By Posted on: May 27th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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War Eagle, everybody! On September 5th, Auburn heads to Starkville, Mississippi for a Thursday night rumble with the Mississippi State Bulldogs. It’s a short week for the Tigers, after their opener with Arkansas State. The Bulldogs likely will have been better tested prior to this game. They open with Memphis, a team that usually plays Continue Story…

Big Ben Is Back On Top Again

By Posted on: May 25th, 2010 in News Comments Off
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He was a 17 year old undersized center his senior year at Shades Valley High School in Birmingham. Maybe that’s why no colleges were interested in signing him. At 6’2″ 210lbs, Ben was not a small kid … if Ben were a wide receiver. But Ben was not a wide receiver, he was a center. Although he Continue Story…

BCS Simply An ‘Old Boy’ Network?

By Posted on: May 24th, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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 Interesting commentary today from SI.com’s Andy Staples on the fallout from last week’s response from BCS director Bill Hancock to Congressional inquiries into the BCS system made some months ago by Utah senator Orrin Hatch (R). Not wanting to get into a debate at this time of the legalities of the BCS and whether it is or Continue Story…

Auburn Baseball SEC Western Division Champions !

By Posted on: May 22nd, 2010 in Baseball Comments Off
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Ryan Jenkins is met at homeplate after his 3 run homer in Auburn’s Championship win over Ole Miss.                             John Pawlowski and his Auburn Tigers have done it, they have won the Western Division SEC Championship. The Tigers crushed the Ole Miss Rebels Friday night in Oxford 18 – 4. This is the team’s first Championship since 1995 and it Continue Story…