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Another Iron Bowl for the Ages.

By Posted on: August 22nd, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 21 Comments »
Terrell Zachery, DeMarcus Milner

Can the Tigers break away again?      War Eagle, everybody! It’s time now for another Auburn opponent preview, the last of the preseason. On November 30th, Auburn hosts Alabama in Jordan Hare Stadium for the Iron Bowl. This year, the Tigers get a bye week between the Georgia and Alabama games, hopefully to rest, recuperate Continue Story…

A Big Name Coach Doesn’t Guarantee Success

By Posted on: December 4th, 2012 in Football 37 Comments »
Auburn Practice Football

Letdown. That’s the word trending across message boards and Twitter accounts in relation to the Auburn coaching search. With Jimbo Fisher, Bob Stoops, Jim Mora Jr. and other big name coaches seemingly bowing out of the Auburn search, fans are flooding social media sites expressing their disappointment in what they perceive as a lack of Continue Story…

The Calm Before the Storm

By Posted on: December 3rd, 2012 in Football 65 Comments »
Kirby-Smart

Call it the calm before the storm. After a week of rumors and flight tracking, all has gone quiet on the Auburn coaching front, which means a decision is likely close at hand. With the regular season over, Auburn is expected to move fast now. They’ll have to be quick, Arkansas and Tennessee have made Continue Story…

Time Is of the Essence in Auburn Coaching Search

By Posted on: November 27th, 2012 in Football 115 Comments »
DSC_0364 - Malzahn

                                   Could Gus Malzahn be Auburn’s next head football coach? There have been a lot of questions swirling around the Auburn Football program this fall, the biggest of which was answered Sunday afternoon when Athletic Director Jay Jacobs announced the dismissal of Coach Gene Chizik. With the announcement, the big question shifted from if and Continue Story…

Where Would Auburn Turn?

By Posted on: October 16th, 2012 in Football 32 Comments »
james-franklin

Should Auburn decide to make a coaching change at the end of the season, they’ll need to move fast. The SEC is likely to have its highest turnover at the top in years. It’s widely expected that Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Auburn will be in the market for new leaders.Throw in Texas and the speculation Continue Story…