Fifteen minutes after landing on Utah Beach, he was wounded in his arm and shoulder by shrapnel from a German 88-millimeter shell that landed nearby. The painful wound rendered his left arm useless, yet,
he bravely led his men on their mission, blowing holes through the beach defenses to allow ...
Rod was probably jumping and shouting, “Holy Cow!” as Auburn beat No. 3 Georgia Tech 4–1 to advance to its second consecutive Super Regional. And you can bet he will be looking down from heaven next weekend when his Tigers will be playing the No. 14 Tar Heels in the North Carolina Super Regional.Read Full Story
Auburn Squares Off Against the Ducks in Arlington: Previewing Auburn’s Season-Opening Matchup Against the Oregon DucksI would imagine this costume will not be comfortable in Dallas in late August!(Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports) War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for the first Auburn game preview of the year! On August 31st, Auburn will travel to Arlington, Texas to take on Oregon in the season opener. These are a pair of dangerous, yet... Read Full Story
Memorial Day is more than the unofficial start of summer. It’s a time we, as a nation, stop and remember our fallen heroes lest we forget what they have meant to our posterity. We don't know them all but we owe them all ...Read Full Story
Rod Bramblett and his wife Paula both passed away from injuries received in the accident. This is a tragic and sad day for the Bramblett family as well as the entire Auburn family. Rod became an icon at Auburn and will be sorely missed. God bless his memory, and God bless his family during ...Read Full Story
From Auburn Softball making the NCAA field, to the Baseball team’s chances at a post season berth, to an Auburn Legend getting a ‘special honor’ and much more in this edition of Musings.Read Full Story