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Auburn Basketball is Fun Again

By on November 20th, 2015 in Basketball 3 Comments »
usa-today-8922048.0 Fans who attended Auburn's opening 75-74 win against UAB said the noise and energy level were exciting. Several fans told this writer that the thrilling last second victory was one of the most fun games they've had at a basketball game in a long time. So I set out to find out for myself.We attended the Tigers' second game on Tue... Read Full Story

Vandals Visit Auburn

By on November 19th, 2015 in Football 9 Comments »
Idaho Week Linhan Linehan looks to gun it.(Kirby Lee, USA Today Sports.)     War Eagle, everybody. It's Iron Bowl tuneup week in Auburn. The Idaho Vandals visit Auburn for a nonconference matchup. The Vandals hope to cash a big paycheck and possibly pull a monumental upset. Auburn is fighting for bowl eligibility and will not take Idaho light... Read Full Story

Auburn Soccer Set to Make Run at The Sweet 16 – (Update: Tigers win!)

By on November 19th, 2015 in Other Sports 4 Comments »
10909754 The No. 19 Auburn soccer team has a chance at setting a new record for wins in a season if they can upend No. 15 Texas Tech tomorrow in the NCAA Soccer Tournament. And even more importantly, a victory over the Red Raiders will propel the Tigers into the Sweet 16.Auburn (15 - 5 -1) advanced to their fourth consecutive second-roun... Read Full Story

The Dirty Dozen – Week Eleven – Not What We Ordered Edition

By on November 18th, 2015 in Football 13 Comments »
chowline Major Reisman: "Eleven!"  Team: "Posey guards points five and seven"Not What We Ordered EditionAuburn fans were well and truly hungry for the season to start. Even when the hopes and dreams hit an early hiccup, as the season progressed it didn't seem that bad despite the difficulties, but as we reach the end of the season, it's... Read Full Story

TET College Pick’em Results (Week 11)

By on November 17th, 2015 in Football Comment »
Pickem graphic A small gap is starting to form as we come into week 12 of our TET college pick'em. PortCouncil moves to the top with UglyJoe and @AU_History rounding out the top three.Here are your current standings:StandingsRankPick Set NameTotalDroppedW-L1PortCouncil12416124-742UglyJoe12319123-793@AU_History12017120-814WDE_TightLines11918119... Read Full Story

Barning from CoMo: Questions Arise

By on November 17th, 2015 in Football 23 Comments »
NCAA Football: Auburn at Kentucky I certainly had my doubts going into this past weekend. It seemed just too good to be true. That the same team that barely squeaked out a win against Jacksonville State, the same team that has no consistent quarterback would be able to run the table to salvage what has been a disappointing season.But never did I expect such an ... Read Full Story

Meet your 2015-16 Auburn Men’s Basketball Team

By on November 17th, 2015 in Basketball 4 Comments »

On Friday the Tigers electrified a packed house with a last second 75-74 win over the UAB Blazers. Today at 2:00 Auburn returns to the Arena to face Big 12 power, Colorado.This year’s Auburn team looks different from last season with a new starting lineup. So let’s look at some of, what may be, the key “cogs in the wheel” that Coach Pearl is counting on this year.

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#TETtailgate Review: Week 11 Edition

By on November 16th, 2015 in Business - Entertainment 4 Comments »

A bad season doesn't mean Auburn fan's can't have a good time! Our weekly post showing how fans tailgate is back with another edition of the #TETtailgate review!

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What’s Next For Auburn and Gus Malzahn?

By on November 16th, 2015 in Football 51 Comments »
jeremy johnson 2 A week ago there was so much optimism. Maybe Auburn could make something out of this season. Maybe Gus Malzahn could turn this team around and escape the dreaded bowl berth at Legion Field. We all wanted to believe so badly.Following Saturday’s home loss to the worst Georgia team in recent memory, there’s now more questions... Read Full Story

Handcuffed Tigers Fall Short (Grading Auburn’s 20-13 loss to Georgia)

By on November 15th, 2015 in Football 35 Comments »
UGA Grades Countess A good defensive performance went for naught.(Photo: Shanna Lockwood, USA TODAY Sports)     War Eagle, everybody. It's time now for the Acid Reign report on Auburn's 20-13 home loss to the Georgia Bulldogs. After a somewhat encouraging first half, Auburn limped, whiffed, fumbled and stumbled to a very disappointing finish in... Read Full Story

Batter the Bulldogs! (Auburn vs. Georgia, Open Thread)

By on November 14th, 2015 in Football 1 Comment »
UGA Thread A fine fall day for football!(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! Today Auburn plays the first of 3 straight home games. The Georgia Bulldogs come to town today, looking to save Coach Mark Richt's job. Widely predicted to dominate the SEC East this season, the Bulldogs have had quarterback issues and slumped to a... Read Full Story

College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 11-14-15

By on November 13th, 2015 in Football, News Comment »
auburn-vs_-georgiabypaulKrouse The Auburn – Georgia game kicks off CBS coverage of college football this Saturday. The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry is hardly ever anything but exciting. There have been so many thrilling and dramatic games over the 122-year history of the series.Georgia has announced that the Dogs will play two quarterbacks Saturday while A... Read Full Story

Stats and Speculation: The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry

By on November 13th, 2015 in Football Comment »

Best5Zach delves deeply into the history of the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry to see which team holds some sort of mythical edge.

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Auburn – Georgia Game Brings Back Special Memories

By on November 13th, 2015 in Football 10 Comments »
sullivanjordanjpg-8d60c519bd3d21cd It's time for one of college football's most unique and storied football series. It's Auburn - Georgia weekend on the Plains. Known as the "Deep South's Oldest Rivalry," the game is more than a rivalry. It's the genesis of college football in Dixie.Its rich tradition symbolizes what makes the college game so special. Since 1892,... Read Full Story

Reliving Another Dimension – The Miracle in Jordan-Hare

By on November 12th, 2015 in Football 3 Comments »
You're now about to enter another dimension. A dimension of not only sight and sound but of mind. A journey into the wondrous realm of Auburn Football.The last time the Georgia Bulldogs played in Jordan-Hare Stadium they experienced that dimension. The date was November 16, 2013.And now for your viewing pleasure, we give you, "T... Read Full Story

The South’s Oldest Football Rivalry

By on November 12th, 2015 in Football 7 Comments »
Nasty Georgia

This Saturday will be the 119th meeting between the Auburn Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs. Astonishingly, the series is dead even, to date. Each team has beaten the other 55 times, and there have been 8 ties in the series. Lets take a look at some of the more interesting games over the years.

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Saying Goodbye to Another Auburn Hero

By on November 11th, 2015 in Football 12 Comments »
                                   Chuck loved to play ball. Growing up in a cotton mill village in Columbus, Ga. he was what some would call a gym rat. Every day when he wasn’t in school he would join dozens of other youth in the mill gym or baseball field to play whatever sport was in season.He wasn't very ... Read Full Story

Afternoon Siesta at Cafe Malzahn

By on November 11th, 2015 in Football 9 Comments »
tumblr_m61hsaQAeT1rtih78o1_1280 Pardon the delay in fulfilling your order. Our kitchen staff is new, our menu too, and our store of spices in the larder is scant. Still we are motivated to bring you the very best in quality statistics despite the difficulties encountered thus far. But I must beg forgiveness on another note, and no amount of Happy Hour mixed dr... Read Full Story

TET College Pick’em Results (WEEK 10)

By on November 10th, 2015 in Football Comment »
Trophy With just four weeks remaining, there is only a five-point margin between the top spot and the fifth spot in our standings. It is still anyone's game! The Golden Bo Trophy is polished and ready to go into the hands of the all knowing TET College Pick'em expert.Will it be UglyJoe in all his radiant beauty who will hoist up the tr... Read Full Story

Why Winning at Texas A&M was Malzahn’s Coaching Job in 2015

By on November 10th, 2015 in Football 18 Comments »
NCAA Football: Auburn at Kentucky

The offensive playcalling and execution have been easy to complain about thus far in 2015. After a week's worth of criticism, the Malzahn-led offense adapted and overcame in what I believe was his best-coached game of 2015.

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