The Southeastern Conference released its preseason All-SEC teams today and not surprisingly, the SEC Western Division placed nearly 71 percent of the total players (55 of 78) on the three teams. The list wAS voted on by the media at this week's SEC Media Days.
Auburn had 10 players make the list, including First Team selection,... Read Full Story
Auburn was picked by the media at SEC Media Days to win the Southeastern Conference while Alabama was picked to win the Western Division. Nevertheless, the media are not the only ones who can cast votes for their favorite to win the SEC. So can our readers.
Take our poll and tell us what your vote would be if you were given a ballot at SEC Media Days.
Oftentimes first steps are small, even for the great ones among us. Beethoven's first symphony is more an homage to Mozart and Haydn than an expression of unique style that his later works would display, most especially in his dramatic Fifth. Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer is a witty humorous novel, but is in no way comparable to th... Read Full Story
As fans follow every word spoken by their team's coaches during SEC Media Days and watch their favorite players be interviewed by the press, this writer always looks forward to the statements made by the head SEC official.On Tuesday Steve Shaw, the Coordinator of SEC Officials, delivered his annual address on rule changes comin... Read Full Story
He arrived in Auburn with high expectations. After all he was the 2013 "Mr. Alabama Football." A four-star recruit out of Carver Montgomery, the 6’ 5” quarterback threw 45 touchdowns for 5,625 yards the last two seasons at Carver. Thirtyone of those TD’s came during his senior season.However, those expectations were put on... Read Full Story
Auburn Buck/Defensive End Carl Lawson and Linebackers Kris Frost and Cassanova McKinzy have all been named to the Butkus Award Watch list which is given annually to the nation's top linebacker.McKinzy who is Auburn's second-leading returning tackler adds this honor to selections for the Outland and Nagurski Awards along wi... Read Full Story
Gus Malzahn just stepped off the podium at SEC Media Days. Questions from the press included Muschamp (of course), Carl Lawson, the stable of RBs, Harbaugh's football camps, the toughness of the SEC West, and that BIG Scoreboard screen in the stadium.Muschamp is bringing a good work ethic and is passionate (as we all know). Ma... Read Full Story
We hit another milestone today. SEC Media Days gets underway this morning at 11:30 am CT. Auburn gets the honor of kicking off the festivities, being the first team at the podium. I love the event. It’s uniquely Southern. No other conference can match the atmosphere of Hoover, Alabama.
Coverage will pretty much run all day ... Read Full Story
Live coverage starts at 11:30 a.m. on Monday with coaches’ remarks and player interviews beginning at approximately 12:45 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. while Thursday’s schedule will be a half day format – 9 a.m. to noon. After new conference Commissioner Greg Sankey speaks on Monday, Auburn’s Gus Malzahn will be the first coach at the podium. We have listed below a schedule for the week:
Five Auburn Tigers were named Friday to prestigious preseason awards watch lists. Avery Young and Alex Kozan were both selected for the Outland Trophy watch list while Carl Lawson, Jonathan Jones, and Cassanova McKinzy landed on the Bronco Nagurski Trophy list.
The Outland Trophy honors the country's best interior lineman, and ... Read Full Story
Time now for another Auburn opponent preview. On October 24th, Auburn will travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas for a grudge match with SEC West rival Arkansas. Since Bret Bielema was hired a couple of years ago, things have become right testy between these two schools. Thanks to various barbs between head coaches Bret Bielema and Gus Malzhan, I've read from a number of Arkansas fans that Auburn is now considered the biggest Razorback rival.
It's not even SEC Media Days, and already the preseason award watch lists are starting to come out. Yesterday, Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson and wide receiver Duke Williams were named to one of the biggest awards list, The Maxwell Award, which is given to college football's "Player of the Year."
Having started only one game... Read Full Story
Auburn University has a rich and storied football heritage. Some of the greatest ever to play the game have played on the Plains of Auburn. The Tigers have had four College Football Hall of Fame coaches, three Heisman Trophy winners, and are the twelfth winningest program in Division I history.Not only has Auburn won more SEC ... Read Full Story
With Fourth of July festivities in the rear view mirror, we can officially say football season is here. It starts next month. It’s hard to believe this will be the 11th football season that has been in existence. Next month we’ll celebrate our 10th year of covering Auburn football.
There have been many blogs come and go si... Read Full Story
The celebration of our nation’s independence is a time we all cherish and ... fall camp is just a month off. So accordingly we have posted a sneak peak video from the Auburn Athletic office to get us all pumped for the start of Auburn Tiger Football. The clip features members of the Auburn Family including former Tiger quarterback, Jason Campbell.
The names receiving the highest number of votes will be included in this year’s class of the Track ‘Em Tigers Football Hall of Fame. So vote for the players you would like to see go into this year’s HOF class ... Next week, we will publish a tribute article to the list of winners.
July 4th is one of America's biggest holidays. It's a time when most Americans celebrate our nation's independence with traditional parades, fireworks, barbecues, and vacations. And traditionally, it’s a time for the staff here at Track ‘Em Tigers to take our annual week's vacation ... For the last three years Track ‘Em Tigers has taken nominations for our own Auburn Tigers Football Hall of Fame. This year ...
War Eagle, everybody. It's a somber day, as I have just been informed that former Auburn center James Kiger passed away early this morning in an automobile accident. Kiger was a member of the undefeated 1993 Auburn squad and was the starting center on the 1996 team for Dameyune Craig that went 8 - 4 and won the Independence Bowl. Kiger helped Craig set an Auburn total offense in a single game record that didn't fall till Nick Marshall broke it in last season's Iron Bowl.
Boom Williams totes the rock for the Wildcats!
War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for another Auburn opponent preview. On October 15th, Auburn will travel to Lexington Kentucky for a Thursday night headliner against the Kentucky Wildcats. A half century ago or so, Auburn used to play the Wildcats every year. Since 197... Read Full Story