Archive for May, 2012

SEC Must Go on Offensive Now

By Posted on: May 24th, 2012 in Football Comments Off
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What a difference a week makes. No sooner do I get it out of my mouth that the Big 12 is on life-support and the unlikeliness of FSU leaving the ACC for that conference, the SEC and the Big 12 go and blow up college football again. With the announcement of the bowl game contract between Continue Story…

Auburn Drops First Game In SEC Tournament

By Posted on: May 22nd, 2012 in Football Comments Off

The Auburn Baseball Team only had three hits in a 6-1 loss to Florida in the first game of the SEC Baseball Tournament. The loss dropped Auburn’s record to 30-27 and put them into the loser’s bracket. 0n Wednesday at 4:30 pm, Auburn will face Georgia a 4-1 loser to Vanderbilt earlier this evening. Neither Continue Story…

Man in The Middle

By Posted on: May 22nd, 2012 in Football Comments Off
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                                               Auburn Linebacker Jake Holland.                   ( photo: thecornernews) January 10, 2011 – University of Phoenix Stadium. It’s the third quarter of the BCS National Championship game, the Oregon Ducks are trailing the Auburn Tigers 19 -11. The Ducks have the Continue Story…

SEC vs. Big 12 Changes College Football Forever

By Posted on: May 21st, 2012 in Football Comments Off
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College football Armageddon is here. Forget the realignment moves of a year ago. Things are about to get really crazy. After more than 125 years of play, the sport is on the verge of its most radical makeover. Last week’s announcement of the SEC and Big 12 forming a bowl partnership to pit its champions Continue Story…

Keeping The Dream Alive

By Posted on: May 21st, 2012 in Other Sports Comments Off
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“We are starting over now and going to have a chance to win a National Championship. That is what we recruit for. That is what we practice for, and that’s what we dream about. So, we are looking forward to it.” Words spoken by Auburn Golf Coach Nick Clinard who was elated after his Tigers made an Continue Story…

Auburn Beats No. 2 Florida In Regular Season Final – Prepares For SEC Tournament

By Posted on: May 20th, 2012 in Baseball Comments Off
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The Auburn Baseball team got some good news and some bad news on Saturday. The Good News … The Seniors got to finish their last game on Hitchcock Field with a 5-4 victory over the No. 2Florida Gators. The Tigers did it with good hitting, good defense, and a strong outing by right hander Derek Varnadore who made Continue Story…

Picking ‘Tiger Walk’ To Win The Preakness

By Posted on: May 19th, 2012 in Other Sports Comments Off
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Today is the 137th running for the Black-Eyed Susans at the Preakness Stakes. The Preakness is known as the Middle Jewel of Horse Racing’s Triple Crown. The other two jewels are the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes. If you’re a betting person, I’ll give you a tip … Place all your money on “Tiger Walk” from Sagamore Farm’s of Glydon, Maryland. At 25-1, he’s a Continue Story…

Auburn Softball Falls To No. 5 Texas In NCAA Regional

By Posted on: May 19th, 2012 in Other Sports Comments Off
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The Auburn Softball Team was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament Saturday by No. 5 Texas as the Longhorns jumped out to a four run lead in the first three innings. Texas had two homeruns during the game to down the Tigers 6-1 in the NCAA Austin Regional. Texas pitcher Rachel Fox held Auburn to one Continue Story…