Track’em Tigers was started in July 2007 and has quickly grown into the most popular Auburn blog on the internet. The site is part of the SB Nation Network, the largest sports blogging conglomerate in the country.
SB Nation covers more than 40 colleges and all of the NFL, NBA, MLB and numerous other sports including NASCAR and Hockey. The blogs are run by editors that specialize in individual sports and specific teams.
Track’em Tigers is managed and edited by Jay Coulter. He’s now in his eleventh year blogging on Auburn athletics. Prior to joining SB Nation, Jay was a writer for AOL Sports, covering college football. In 2004, he launchedFootball Saturday In The South, one of the first blogs to cover SEC football. He is a 1991 graduate of Auburn University.
In his day job, Jay has managed and edited four corporate publications for a Fortune 200 company.
Track’em Tigers has four additional writers on staff.
Acid Reign has been a regular on Auburn sites for years and joined this blog as a weekly columnist in early 2008. He is a walking encyclopedia that brings a wealth of knowledge to the job. He knows as much about Auburn football as anyone that wears orange and blue. We believe he may be one of the best game preview/review guys around.
Greg Goodwin, a.k.a… War Eagle Atlanta, joined Track’em Tigers in early 2008 as a weekly columnist. He brings a much needed wit to the site and doesn’t mind telling it like it is. Living in Atlanta, he brings a true fan prospective to this community. War Eagle Atlanta addresses the issues facing all the SEC and college football. Greg is a 1990 graduate of Auburn.
PW Elder, a.k.a… AubTigerman, joined the team as a weekly columnist in the Spring of 2010 after having been one of our most active contributors. He brings a thorough knowledge of Auburn football history and his love and passion for Auburn are evident in all his stories.
KoolBell777 brings a ton of writing experience to Track’em Tigers. Joining the team in May of 2010, he produces two other blogs, including the Auburn site over at Phil Steele.com. His writing is some of the most thought provoking around. We are fortunate to have him on our team.
More than anything else, Track’em Tigers is a community – a family. Everyone is welcome to share their opinions and stories. This is what makes the blog so special.