Posts Tagged ‘Track emTigers’

Friday from the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: February 28th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 15 Comments »

Oh, there’s Something Slowing Down Alright The NCAA announced this past week that the proposed ‘slow-down’ rule would soon be re-evaluated in the wake of overwhelming lack of support from head coaches. The new rule’s entire objective was to improve player safety, but thus far there have been no studies to show that it is necessary. Continue Story…

Auburn Softball Team Ranked in Top 25 for First Time this Year

By Posted on: February 25th, 2014 in Other Sports 1 Comment »
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               Marcy Harper throws a strike during the Plainsman Invite , Feb.9th. (photo:auburntigers.com)The Auburn Softball team was ranked in the top 25 teams in the country today when the Tigers broke into the poll at No. 24. It is the first national raking for the Tigers since 2012.The national Continue Story…

The HUNH Rule (AKA Saban’s Law) & why is it not likely to pass

By Posted on: February 20th, 2014 in Member Post 5 Comments »

A secret meeting was held in which a small group of coaches tried to “hurry up no huddle” a rule change. Somehow the contents of the meeting became public and revealed that a rule change was being proposed for vote on March 6th without allowing time for debate from anyone opposed to said proposal. Nick Continue Story…

Spring Has Sprung on The Plains (AU spring sports that is)

By Posted on: February 19th, 2014 in Featured Article, Other Sports 4 Comments »
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                                                                                        (photo:Phillip Marshall,auburntigers.com)Although Auburn University just went through several days of snow and ice that caused classes to be cancelled, the baseball open house postponed, and the calling of the Softball Team’s opener in the seventh inning – the official start of spring is just around the corner. Warmer, sunny days are approaching and people Continue Story…

More Rule Changes We’d Like to See

By Posted on: February 18th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 9 Comments »
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With Nick Saban and Brett Bielma drawing all the attention and flack for their endorsement against HUNH offenses, we believe at TET that not enough interest is being shown for legislating against some of the real problems of the game.  While other college football outlets might be reluctant to tackle these issues, we have no such compunction Continue Story…

Malzahn Pulls in Stellar Class — Again

By Posted on: February 5th, 2014 in Member Post 18 Comments »
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    Racean “Roc” Thomas is the second consecutive ‘Mr Alabama Football’ to sign with Auburn. (photo:Julie Bennett,al.com)What a great day for Coach Malzahn and his staff. They may not have a TOP 5 Class and all the glitzy primadonnas that try to reinvent the Hat game for their two minutes on ESPNU, but the staff Continue Story…

Could Auburn’s First Road Trip in 2014 set up as a Trap Game?

By Posted on: February 4th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 3 Comments »
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Auburn Athletics released some important information yesterday about the upcoming football season. The Tigers first road game scheduled for September 20th has been moved to a Thursday night to accommodate ESPN. Why is that so significant? Because the Tigers already are playing one of the toughest schedules in the nation, now have to face a Continue Story…

Crowded Conferences May Spell End For Divisions As We Know Them

By Posted on: January 28th, 2014 in Featured Article, Football 8 Comments »
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The SEC was the first conference in the country to move to divisional play in 1992 to utilize an obscure NCAA rule that permitted a conference championship game to be added between the two divisional champs. It further dictates that each division must have an equal number of teams and that each team play every Continue Story…