Archive for May, 2012

Friday Links

By Posted on: May 18th, 2012 in Football Comments Off
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War Eagle, everybody! Friday is here once again, and we’ve got a number links of interest for you today. A number of Auburn spring sports are winding down towards a close this time of year. We’ll kick things off with track star Harry Adams, who was therecipient of the Tiger Torch Academic Achievement Award this week. Continue Story…

“A New January Bowl Tradition Is Born” – SEC Champs vs. Big 12 Champs

By Posted on: May 18th, 2012 in News Comments Off
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While the the Big 10 and the Pac 12 have been making moves to protect their position in the Rose Bowl, the SEC and the Big 12 have come up with a plan to effectively match the champions of the BCS’s historically top two football conferences in America. The details have to be worked out later Continue Story…

Auburn Softball Loses First Game of Regionals – Plays 2nd Game 3 p.m. Saturday

By Posted on: May 18th, 2012 in Other Sports Comments Off

The Auburn Softball team(33-22) lost the first game of the NCAA Regionals in Austin to Houston (35-22) on a questionable ump call in the seventh inning Friday. With the game tied 1-1, Angel Bunner was called for an illegal pitch which forced in a run and gave the Cougars a 2-1 victory. It was a particular tough Continue Story…

A Warhawk Tuneup.

By Posted on: May 17th, 2012 in Football Comments Off
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War Eagle, everybody! It’s time once again for an Acid preview of an Auburn football opponent. In week three of 2012, Auburn plays host to the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, in a game tailor-made for a crack-of-dawn SEC Network broadcast. It’s a game the Tigers can’t afford to overlook, sandwiched in the center of a 5-game Continue Story…

Auburn Host No.2 Florida In Final Regular Season Series

By Posted on: May 17th, 2012 in Member Post Comments Off
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On Tuesday night the Auburn Tigers were down by one run to Jacksonville State with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth but the Gamecocks held on to take an 8-7 win. Had the Tigers won that game it would have upped their record to 30 wins and help their case for a post season Continue Story…

Barkley Being Barkley

By Posted on: May 17th, 2012 in Football Comments Off

With presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in attendance Sunday night at the Hawks-Celtics game in Boston, TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley opined about Romney’s political chances in November, presumably against the Democrats and Barkley himself. “Mitt Romney, we’re going to beat you like a drum in November.” At first thought, you think this is Continue Story…

Everyday Champions Are Rarely in the Spotlight

By Posted on: May 16th, 2012 in News Comments Off

He grew up on the streets of Atlanta, Ga. and by his own account, he was a kid that, “grew up a child without focus or direction.” Then one day at a high school assembly he heard a motivational speaker say that you should always try to do your best in everything and never give Continue Story…

Talking Boobs and Football

By Posted on: May 14th, 2012 in Football Comments Off
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Oh what the hell. It’s May and let’s face it, there’s not a whole lot going on in the sports world. Let’s start today by discussing breast feeding and the latest cover of Time Magazine. By now, you’ve probably seen the picture of the five-year-old boy nursing his hot mother on the front of the magazine. Continue Story…