Archive for March, 2013

The Road to Auburn

By Posted on: March 20th, 2013 in Featured Article, Uncategorized 15 Comments »

 I’m leaving my parent’s house, finally cleaned out and ready to rent after their passing. After saying goodbye to my sister who is flying out later that day, I resolve to make a short stop in Auburn on the way home to Charlotte. At a gas station on the edge of town I further decide Continue Story…

To Be Disciplined, To Work Hard, and To Bleed Orange and Blue

By Posted on: March 19th, 2013 in Football 5 Comments »
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He was a part of some of the most glorious years of Auburn Football – the decade of the eighties. It was a time when the Tigers dominated the South Eastern Conference. From 1983 – 1988 the Tigers had the fourth highest winning percentage in the nation. He played on two SEC Championships and was Continue Story…

Auburn Women Host First Round WNIT at the Arena

By Posted on: March 19th, 2013 in Basketball 1 Comment »
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       Terri-Williams Flournoy is taking her Tigers to the postseason in her first year. The Auburn Women’s Basketball Team has been selected to the WNIT. The selection committee made the announcement Monday night. It will be the Tigers 22nd trip to the post season and the fourth appearance all-time in the WNIT.It also Continue Story…

Auburn Falls to 3-27 in SEC Play This Academic Year… And No One Seems to Care

By Posted on: March 18th, 2013 in Baseball, Basketball, Football 18 Comments »

Reflecting on another stellar week of Auburn Athletics, I sat with a group of friends this weekend and tried to put into prospective how bad the situation is on the Plains. In case you missed it, and I pray that you did, Auburn was swept in a three game series by Vanderbilt at Plainsman Park.On Continue Story…

Auburn Fails to Give Pitchers Run Support, Falls to Dores 8-1

By Posted on: March 17th, 2013 in Baseball Comments Off
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Michael O’Neal took the loss for Tigers despite another strong performance. Auburn’s batters were confounded by some of the best pitchers in the country Saturday and the Auburn Tigers stranded 11 base runners in an 8-1 loss to the No.2 Vanderbilt Commodores.However, the Vandy pitchers were not entirely on their game, issuing nine walks to Continue Story…

Auburn Looking to Even Series Against Vandy

By Posted on: March 16th, 2013 in Baseball Comments Off
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                                      Michael O’Neal will start second game of the series. “Good teams are going to take advantage of some mistakes. We made some mistakes and they took advantage of it and that was the difference in the ballgame.” That’s the way Auburn Coach John Pawlowski described Auburn’s  loss to Vanderbilt last night at  Plainsman Park.The Continue Story…

Real Auburn Baseball Season Begins Tonight

By Posted on: March 15th, 2013 in Baseball 1 Comment »

                                                    South paw, Daniel Koger will be on he mound for Auburn’s opening SEC game This time last year, Auburn Baseball prepared to enter South Eastern Conference play with a 10-7 Continue Story…

A Great Senior Season.

By Posted on: March 14th, 2013 in Football 4 Comments »
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Dameyune Craig was always looking downfield.      War Eagle, everybody. This time last week, I ran out of time while reminiscing about the great Dameyune Craig. This week, we’ll finish that thought up, with a recap of Craig’s senior season. After absolutely dismal football and basketball seasons this year, I know I can use the Continue Story…