Archive for June, 2013

A Daunting Trip to College Station.

By Posted on: June 13th, 2013 in Football 5 Comments »
Aggie lawnmower

Can the Aggies be slowed down?      War Eagle, everybody! It’s time now for another Auburn opponent preview. On October 19th, Auburn takes to the road after Homecoming to take on Texas A&M at Kyle Field. The general consensus from the media this season is that the Aggies will have a hard time duplicating their Continue Story…

A Different View —- This article shows what we have not had in Auburn for some time now thanks Jay Tate

By Posted on: June 12th, 2013 in Member Post 1 Comment »

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Auburn Should Make Next Baseball Coach an Offer He Can’t Refuse

By Posted on: June 12th, 2013 in Baseball, News 8 Comments »
518aaca25ccaa.image- Hal Baird

          Could the next Auburn Baseball coach return the Tigers to the glory days of Hal Baird? There hasn’t been much news lately on the search for a new Auburn baseball coach. But with the NCAA Tournament over and the College World Series wrapping up in the next 2 weeks, most of the prospective coaches Continue Story…

To See Where Are Going You Have To Know Where You Have Been

By Posted on: June 11th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 7 Comments »
Terry Beasley

There is no single other word to better describe Terry Beasley, TOUGH. He recently proved it again by going home from the hospital when he had to be hooked up to every manner of tube just to keep him alive. It was reported that the outpouring of support and love from the Auburn faithful while Continue Story…

Saluting Phillip Marshall

By Posted on: June 10th, 2013 in Football, News 10 Comments »

I’d be remiss if I didn’t start today with the semi-retirement of long-time sports writer Phillip Marshall. He’s an Alabama institution, writing for many years at the newspapers in Montgomery and Huntsville before starting Auburn Phillip will continue contributing two columns a week at AUC and a few more stories for, he’s stepping Continue Story…

College Football’s Renaissance – Part 1

By Posted on: June 7th, 2013 in Business - Entertainment, Featured Article, Football 3 Comments »

Some believe you can never have too much of a good thing. Well, college football is about to test that theory to the max. Throughout the previous decade of the sport, college football has exploded in nearly every respect. In fact, one could argue that the sport has already reached its highest peak, but there Continue Story…

Catamounts for Homecoming.

By Posted on: June 6th, 2013 in Football 6 Comments »
WCU Preview

Western Carolina will provide even less drama than the A-Day game.      War Eagle, everybody. In this spot the past five weeks, I’ve provided a preview of upcoming Auburn football opponents. In week seven, following the Ole Miss game, Auburn celebrates Homecoming. This year’s October 12th opponent is the Western Carolina Catamounts. The game falls Continue Story…

Quan Bray Hopes to Spark Tiger Offense

By Posted on: June 5th, 2013 in Football 6 Comments »

It was evident to recruiters that the high school quarterback was an electric player, especially with the ball in his hands. And although he could run and throw – what he did best was bring a real spark to his team.  That’s why he was listed as the nation’s No. 5 athlete by, named Continue Story…