Archive for April, 2011

Tigers Break Out of Slump

By Posted on: April 13th, 2011 in Baseball Comments Off
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After starting the baseball season as a favorite to repeat as SEC West Champs, theAuburn Tigers had gone into a slump the last two weeks, losing eight of their last nine games. But the Tigers sent a message last weekend that early reports of the team’s demise were premature if not greatly exaggerated. For the first time since 2003, Continue Story…

Monday News and Notes

By Posted on: April 11th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

Good Monday to you. Outside of fall football Saturday’s, it’s hard to beat Master’s weekend. Sunday’s final round may have been the best ever despite only having one American in contention. One thing is for certain: Charl Schwartzel is the funniest name to ever claim the green jacket, barely edging out Jose Maria Olazabal… Look Continue Story…

Brent Calloway Recruitment Allegations Getting Clearer

By Posted on: April 11th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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While many of you are no stranger to a deluge of internet-based accusations concerning various programs in college football, the trick for us editors comes at what point rumor actually becomes a story worthy of mention. Having been a contributor on here for three years, I’ve seen my share of opposing teams’ dirt go flying by, Continue Story…

Recruiting Services Outlawed By NCAA

By Posted on: April 9th, 2011 in News Comments Off
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In an apparent attempt to remove web-based recruiting services from the recruiting process of high school players, the NCAA has banned colleges from using ‘scouting services’ like Rivals.com. Rivals was signaled out Friday by the NCAA as an example of the outlawed activities in recruitment of high school players. In a statement by an NCAA representative, Continue Story…

Spring Practice Notes

By Posted on: April 7th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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War Eagle, everybody! It is hard to believe that we’re already about half-way through spring football drills! The Tigers completed their ninth practice of the spring yesterday with a half scrimmage. There will be another full scrimmage Saturday, as players try to make moves and get better. Head Coach Gene Chizik continues to be upbeat Continue Story…

Auburn’s Pass Rush Will Be In Good Hands With Mike

By Posted on: April 6th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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Mike was one of the all time great defensive tackles at Auburn. Number 50 ran off the field for the last time at Jordan-Hare Stadium. It was November 12,1994 – Auburn had just missed a field goal that would have kept their 20 game winning streak alive. Legendary Bulldog announcer Larry Munson yelled over the air waves ” Continue Story…

TET Bracket Pool Finals

By Posted on: April 5th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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Thanks to everyone that participated in our TET bracket pool this season. Only one person had anyone  picked for the finals, the winner, 2nd try. Be sure to look for our pick em contest coming up for the fall season.     Rank Bracket 1 2 3 4 Semis Finals Points Possible Pts 1 2nd Try 23 Continue Story…

It’s Time for Auburn to Go on the Offensive

By Posted on: April 4th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

Auburn officials need a public relations makeover more than any program in the country. I’ve got a suggestion: How about opening the doors to Saturday scrimmages at Jordan-Hare Stadium? After weeks of reading about armed robbery, disorderly conduct and alleged pay-for-play schemes, it would be nice to watch some action on the field – you Continue Story…