Posts Tagged ‘Track ‘em Tigers’

C.J. Uzomah – “We’ll Get Back on Track”

By Posted on: July 15th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 7 Comments »
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                                                                                                                                      (photo:USAToday file)Gus Malzahn had to face the media Monday after what had to be  a very distressing two weeks, starting with the death of former player Phillip Lutzenkirchen and ending with Friday’s disappointing actions of his starting quarterback. Despite those problems, anyone watching him at SEC Media Days could see he showed the same Continue Story…

Sammie Coates Nominated for Biletnikoff Award

By Posted on: July 15th, 2014 in Football, News Comment »

The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation announced today that Auburn Wide Receiver Sammie Coates has been named to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List.Coates was the Tigers’ No. 1 receiver last year, catching 42 passes for 902 yards and seven touchdowns; a number good enough to finish third in the country at nearly 22 yards per catch. Continue Story…

Dismukes Continues to be Honored With Pre-Season Award Watch List

By Posted on: July 15th, 2014 in Football, News Comment »
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                                                                                                     (photo:Tood Van Ernst,Auburn media))Reese Dismukes was selected by the Rotary Lombardi Award Committee for their pre-season watch list on Monday. It was the third pre-season list the Auburn Center has been named to this year. The award recognizes the nation’s top college down lineman on offense or defense. Reese has also made the Watch Continue Story…

Tribute to the 2014 Track ‘Em Tigers Auburn Football Hall of Fame

By Posted on: July 9th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 5 Comments »
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                Frank Sanders with Bob Hope on the 1994 All-American TV Show. (photo:Auburn media file)Auburn University has a football heritage that is one of the richest  in all of college sports. In fact, some of the greatest to ever play the game have worn the Orange and Blue. The Tigers have had four College Football Continue Story…

Track ‘Em Tigers Auburn Football Hall of Fame Ballot for 2014

By Posted on: July 4th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 7 Comments »
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                                                                                                           Auburn All-American Continue Story…

Squeezing Even More Out of the Gus Bus

By Posted on: June 25th, 2014 in Football 10 Comments »

snake·bit (see also snake·bit·ten) adjective – Experiencing a period of misfortune or inability to succeedWe all saw the incredible effect and potential of the Gus Bus HUNH offense on the defenses of the Southeastern Conference last year. Auburn transformed from an unremarkable and misfiring offensive scheme in 2012 into one of the most potent and Continue Story…

Former Tiger Tim Puetz Plays Today in Second Round at Wimbledon – (Updated: Puetz impressive in loss)

By Posted on: June 25th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 3 Comments »
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                              Tim Puetz won his debut match at Wimbledon. (photo:Jim Kruger,yahoo)In four seasons at Auburn, star tennis player, Tim Puetz was named All-SEC four times averaging at least 18 wins per season including racking up an incredible .857 winning percentage during his senior year. Now that Puetz is a tennis pro, it comes as no Continue Story…

Auburn Has More Than 5 Potential Starters on the O-Line (which is) “A Good Problem to Have”

By Posted on: June 18th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 3 Comments »
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                                                                                                                         (photo:Julie Bennett, al.com)A football team is only as good as it’s offensive line. The big uglies don’t get as much attention as the skill players, but every play begins with them. At Auburn the O-Line was the reason the Tigers were good enough to Continue Story…