Archive for March, 2011

Despicable act serves only to make Auburn stronger

By Posted on: March 21st, 2011 in Football Comments Off

We are fortunate to have Lyn Scarbrough, the marketing director of Lindy’s Sports Publications, as a friend of Track’em Tigers. He recently wrote a piece on the Toomer’s Corner incident for Lindy’s and was kind enough to let us reprint it here. An Auburn graduate, Scarbrough gives us his take on the tragedy. Without question, it’s spot on… Continue Story…

Auburn Looks for Fresh Start as Spring Practice Gets Underway

By Posted on: March 21st, 2011 in Football Comments Off

For better or worse, Auburn turns the page on the 2010 football season this week when spring practice opens on Wednesday. The football program has seemingly taken more hits in the off-season than it did during its championship run. From false audio tape allegations to armed robbery to now unflattering pictures of players on the internet, this Continue Story…

Bruce Pearl Out at Tennessee For Bringing NCAA Heat. What if He Were a Football Coach?

By Posted on: March 21st, 2011 in Football Comments Off

Word came Monday afternoon that Tennessee basketball coach Bruce Pearl is out in Knoxville. After a series of investigations by the NCAA, the best bet is that university officials like their chances in front of the infractions board in June if Pearl is no longer the figurehead of the program. The man who led the Vols to Continue Story…

Myriad Questions for the Tigers.

By Posted on: March 21st, 2011 in Football Comments Off

War Eagle, everybody! The short sleeves are out, a coat of yellow dust is everywhere, and buds are blooming all over. That means it’s time for spring football! When discussing spring practice, many writers like to make short lists of questions that the football team hopefully answers with a month of practice. With this Auburn Continue Story…

Paul Finebaum Caught on Tape

By Posted on: March 17th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

It’s safe to say that syndicated radio host Paul Finebaum has never been a friend to Auburn. He portrays himself on-air as someone who doesn’t have a dog in the state fight and tells it like he sees it. In reality, everyone knows he plays to his pro-Alabama audience across the South. On Monday, the Continue Story…

Auburn Bass Sports Team Ranked Number One In The Nation

By Posted on: March 16th, 2011 in Other Sports Comments Off

                   The Auburn Bass Sports Club Team outside the President’s mansion with Dr and Mrs Jay Gogue.   FLW Outdoors Magazine editors have ranked Auburn’s Collegiate Bass Sports Club,number one in the nation. Auburn finished last year ranked number two in the top 25. FLW Outdoors sanctions collegiate sport fishing tournaments, Continue Story…

Tweet Your Way To Houston With SB Nation and Samsung

By Posted on: March 15th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

Great news from the mothership: SB Nation has partnered with Samsung for “The Pride of March Tweetstakes.” The campaign is running from March 15th through 24th, and we’re asking fans to submit (via Twitpic or another similar platform) a picture of you in your best fan gear. The more you stand out, the better. All Continue Story…

Kirk Herbstreit Driven from Columbus by Irate Ohio State Fans

By Posted on: March 15th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

Over the weekend, there was this little gem about ESPN College Gameday/studio host and game announcer Kirk Herbstreit announcing he is moving from his home town of Columbus, Ohio–and the home of Ohio State University–to NashVegas of all places. He is being driven from his home base by a vocal minority of “relentless” Buckeye fans, who supposedly Continue Story…