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Is Auburn a “Young Team” or Just Immature?

By on September 29th, 2015 in Football 10 Comments »

Struggling coaches often resort to a laundry list of reasons why a team doesn't perform. One of those has been frequently used over the last two years. But is Auburn a young team or just an immature team?

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Golloway Not Going Away… Quietly.

By on September 28th, 2015 in Baseball 6 Comments »
golloway Well it seems like Sunny Golloway wants to put Auburn baseball in the limelight during college football season. After Jay Jacob's decision to fire Golloway yesterday amid compliance concerns under Golloway's watch, the lawyer representing Sunny fired back today with a statement of his own.John Saxon, the lawyer representing Go... Read Full Story

Tigers Drop Another One in the Red Zone. (Grading Auburn’s 17-9 loss to Mississippi State)

By on September 28th, 2015 in Football 26 Comments »
MSU Grades Quarterback Sean White had a decent debut (photo:USA TODAY).     War Eagle, everybody. It's time now for the Acid Reign report on Auburn's 17-9 loss to the Mississippi State Bulldogs. I'm not sure which I'm more disappointed in: The loss or Auburn's lack of identity on offense. I was kind of sympathetic to the defense. They ... Read Full Story

Auburn Football: A Repeat of 2012?

By on September 28th, 2015 in Football 31 Comments »
It’s the elephant in the room. By late Saturday night, it was big enough to overshadow the stadium video board. Are we experiencing what writer Kevin Scarbinsky calls Chizik 2.0? Is it time to party like it's 2012?Does history really repeat itself?Walking out of Jordan-Hare Stadium following Auburn’s 17-9 loss to Miss St., i... Read Full Story

Breaking News: Sunny Golloway Out as Auburn Baseball Coach

By on September 27th, 2015 in Baseball, Featured Article 7 Comments »
image The Auburn baseball coach has been fired by Athletic Director, Jay Jacobs. "I regret to announce that earlier today I dismissed Auburn head baseball coach Sunny Golloway with cause,” Jacobs said. “My commitment will always be to provide the best student-athlete experience in the nation, and we will not accept anything else."... Read Full Story

Auburn – MSU Post Game Review postponed till Monday.

By on September 27th, 2015 in Football, News 2 Comments »
18846349-mmmain-Julie Bennett Good afternoon folks. I'm writing this short post to let the followers of the Acid Reign Report know that the Auburn -  Mississippi State game review will not be ready till Monday afternoon.We know that many of you look for Acid's post game review and grades of the Tigers' most recent game on Sunday afternoons.  However, Acid ... Read Full Story

Gus Malzahn, Miss. State Post Game Press Conference

By on September 27th, 2015 in Football, News 16 Comments »
Gus Malzahn answered questions from the media after Auburn's game against Mississippi State. Although there were some improvements in the Tigers' play (especially on defense), Auburn still lost 17-9. Yet the coach didn't make excuses, saying, "Bottom line is we got to get better." See the video below to get the rest of his remar... Read Full Story

If Heaven Ain’t A Lot Like Auburn, Then I Don’t Wanna Go

By on September 26th, 2015 in Football, Memories 8 Comments »

It's a wonderful time to be in the Loveliest Village. This Saturday fans will again be enraptured with the sights and smells of an Auburn Football day in autumn There's nothing else like it on God's earth.

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Beat the Bulldogs! (Auburn vs. Mississippi State, Open Thread)

By on September 26th, 2015 in Football 5 Comments »
MSU Thread Can freshman Sean White (#13) step in and lead the Tigers to victory?(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! This evening marks Auburn's SEC home opener against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Reeling after being whipped last week in Baton Rouge, the Tigers hope to rebound against a young Mississippi State squad. Bo... Read Full Story

Auburn vs Mississippi State: The Best SEC West Game That Means Nothing

By on September 25th, 2015 in Football 2 Comments »

The Auburn vs Mississippi State has provided some of the very best games that didn't matter over the last 15 years. But, you know what someone said about thinking a game doesn't matter.....

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College Football TV Broadcast Schedule for Saturday 9 -26-15

By on September 25th, 2015 in Football, News Comment »
SeanWhite-610x354 War Eagle everyone! It's the fourth week of college football. And Saturday will be a big day on the Plains as Auburn's Sean White will make his debut as the starting quarterback for the Tigers.White may not be the only new person on the field for Auburn as Defensive Coordinator Will Muschamp promised changes this week. "You can... Read Full Story

#TETtailgate Challenge Week 3 Review

Another week of Auburn Tiger football is in the books. Did you go to the game? Maybe you had a viewing party. Did you remember to tag #TETtailgate? If you did, you might find yourself featured below!

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Second Quarter of Football Starts Saturday!

By on September 24th, 2015 in Football 5 Comments »
White A-Day

War Eagle, everybody! Saturday night's tilt against Mississippi State in Jordan-Hare Stadium represents a new beginning for this team as the Tigers will go with a new starter at quarterback. It's an opportunity to shake off a pretty dismal start to the season.

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The Gus Bus in for repairs…

By on September 23rd, 2015 in Football 12 Comments »

...when the quarterback is your leading rusher in the game and your running back is the leading receiver in the game, you think you are in the twilight zone or something.

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The Dirty Dozen – Week 3 (Push Comes to Shove Edition)

By on September 23rd, 2015 in Featured Article, Football 3 Comments »
push comes to shove1 Push Comes to Shove EditionMajor Reisman: "Three!"Team:"The Major's men are on a spree "Sometimes, all anyone needs is to be pushed to the limits of patience. Many fans were there a week ago, possibly even two weeks ago. But to their credit, Coach Malzahn and Lashlee were not until the film was reviewed on Sunday and several tea... Read Full Story

TET Pick’em Contest (Week 3 Results)

By on September 22nd, 2015 in Football Comment »
Pickem graphic Week three and counting.  It was the late games that did a topsy-turvy number on those who were leading at the beginning of Saturday's games. In three weeks we have had three different leaders. @AU_History is at the top of the leader board with WDE_TightLines and Jeremiah Johnson finishing up the top three.Next week's games br... Read Full Story

Sean White Will be Auburn’s Starter for Miss State

By on September 22nd, 2015 in Football 23 Comments »
17543000-mmmain "Any time you change quarterbacks, it's not an easy decision." Those words were spoken this morning by Auburn Coach Gus Malzahn when he announced that redshirt freshman, Sean White would be the starter Saturday against Mississippi State.Auburn's Jeremy Johnson has struggled in the Tigers' first three games. But Malzahn added, "T... Read Full Story

Barning From CoMo: What Went Wrong?

By on September 22nd, 2015 in Featured Article, Football 6 Comments »
USP NCAA FOOTBALL: AUBURN AT LOUISIANA STATE S FBC USA LA Following a lackluster, frustrating, and all-around bland Mizzou victory against UConn on Saturday, I made the walk back from Faurot Field, exhausted and already on edge with a frustrating offensive performance from my "other" Tigers. Making it back just following the 2:30 kickoff from Baton Rouge, I turned on the television in... Read Full Story

Coaching Magic: Making Barber Disappear

By on September 21st, 2015 in Football 9 Comments »

Peyton Barber leads almost every single statistical category for Auburn backs. Yet his limited role, especially in the second half, caused a lot of questions regarding the play calling. Though the questions on the team don't stop at Barber's limited action, it is impossible to ignore how he continues to disappear.

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Does Auburn Have Bigger Problems than Jeremy Johnson?

By on September 21st, 2015 in Football 19 Comments »
johnson lsu Gus Malzahn’s inaction tells us a lot. Watching Alabama’s Nick Saban quickly pull quarterback Cooper Bateman from the game with Ole Miss had Auburn fans green with envy (or was that just grass from Leonard Fournette’s cleats?). So there are consequences when a player doesn’t get it done on the field?Watching Saturday’s... Read Full Story