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Auburn Baseball Stumbles Again

By on April 2nd, 2018 in Baseball 2 Comments »
For the second day in a row, it was an error that led to an Auburn loss.Heading into the fifth, neither Auburn nor Mizzou had recorded a single hit. That changed when Mizzou RF Trey Harris stepped up to the plate with the bases loaded in the top half of the inning. After an error and two walks loaded the bases, Harris dug in wi... Read Full Story

Corrections are the Name of the Game This Week

By on March 29th, 2018 in Football 4 Comments »
Sizing up the team (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! It's hard to believe we are just a little over one week from Auburn's annual A-Day game. Auburn finally concluded its first scrimmage last weekend and looks at working on corrections this week. There will be another scrimmage this Saturday, followed by ... Read Full Story

Auburn Wins Another Iron Bowl of Baseball

By on March 28th, 2018 in Baseball, News 3 Comments »
Auburn and Alabama have been playing in Montgomery’s Capital City Classic since 2009. In those nine years, the Tigers are 8–1 against the Tide. Last night Auburn won its fourth straight in this game while handing Alabama its seventh straight loss overall and extending the Tigers' record to 9–1 in the series. The 5–2 vict... Read Full Story

Tuesday Ramblings From The Plains

Auburn athletics lost a legend over the weekend when Hall of Famer Mel Rosen passed away. The nationally respected coach was Mr. Track and Field to several generations of athletes. To say he was a legend doesn't adequately describe what he meant to the sport. His 1992 Olympic team won 20 medals and broke or set five Olympic rec... Read Full Story

Monday Musings: Vote of Confidence

By on March 26th, 2018 in Basketball, Softball 4 Comments »
As I said last week... I believe Bruce Pearl's future at Auburn is secure for the time being. Last week, AD Allen Greene appeared on an episode of "Tiger Talk", an in-house podcast, giving his support of the head basketball coach. The podcast was posted on the athletic department's official website and can be heard here.“The ... Read Full Story

Tigers Go Back to Work!

By on March 22nd, 2018 in Football, News 3 Comments »
Spring drills resume after a break(Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! Auburn returned to the practice field this week and will work towards A-Day in a little more than 2 weeks. Word out of practice Tuesday was that the Tigers looked a little rusty, and coaches weren't terribly pleased. I'm guessing that the... Read Full Story

Auburn Baseball Has to Keep Attacking

By on March 21st, 2018 in Baseball, News 4 Comments »
In this day of 24/7 media coverage many coaches have become adept at coach speak. So it's refreshing whenever you hear a coach tell it like it is. No excuses, no sugar coating, just plain truth talk. That's what Auburn baseball Coach Butch Thompson did after his team suffered its first midweek loss of the season at Georgia Tech ... Read Full Story

Auburn Softball SEC Review: Tigers Topple Tide in Jane B. Moore Field

By on March 20th, 2018 in News, Other Sports 6 Comments »

After being swept in Baton Rouge, the Tigers dropped a fourth straight game in the series opener with Alabama. The Tigers bounced back and won the series in grand style.

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Morning Musings: They’re Just Getting Started

By on March 20th, 2018 in Baseball, Basketball, News 4 Comments »

It was a great season that ended with a whimper, but I assure you that Sunday's game against Clemson is not the lasting memory of this season. The wound is still fresh, but it's only temporary. Bruce Pearl has laid the groundwork for a powerful dynasty, and no matter what the media or rival fans want you to believe, he isn't going anywhere. In fact, it's exciting to look toward the future.

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Auburn Basketball 2018—”A Hard-Fighting Team That Never Gave Up”

By on March 19th, 2018 in Basketball, News 19 Comments »

The story of the game was Auburn's ice-cold shooting, specifically the Tigers' failure to make the threes. To be sure, it was not the way Auburn wanted it to end. But Tiger fans need to remember this bunch for the special season they gave us—despite all the obstacles.

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This and That on a Frosty Thursday

By on March 15th, 2018 in Basketball, Football, Softball 5 Comments »
Just three weeks till A-Day!(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! It has been an interesting week at Auburn. The football team completed one practice in full pads and heads into spring break. The men's basketball team heads to San Diego to play in the NCAA Tournament. Men's baseball has taken off this season... Read Full Story

Morning Musings: Down, But Not Out

By on March 14th, 2018 in Basketball, News 6 Comments »
I was in St. Louis this past weekend... covering the SEC Tournament for Mizzou's campus radio station. Overall, it was a wonderful experience that was tainted only by early losses for both Auburn and Missouri in each team's first game.Well, that, and the Alabama radio crew sitting directly in front of me.During the second half... Read Full Story

Auburn Baseball Off to Best Start in 22 Years

By on March 13th, 2018 in Baseball, News 5 Comments »
While most Auburn fans have been following the renaissance of Auburn basketball, the baseball team has taken off on one of its best starts in program history. In fact, the Tigers' 15–1 record is the second best start ever. After sweeping through their first 15 games, the Tigers suffered a one-run loss Sunday to Northeastern. B... Read Full Story

How Murphy and Phillips Boated Top-Ten Bag on Guntersville

By on March 13th, 2018 in News, Other Sports Comments Off on How Murphy and Phillips Boated Top-Ten Bag on Guntersville
It may not have been what the Auburn University Bass Fishing Team was looking for when it brought 15 boats to Guntersville, but the Tigers had a solid showing in the 275-boat field that included the top-ten finish of Sean Murphy and Will Phillips. The two anglers posted a strong 25-pound bag of their five best fish, including se... Read Full Story

Auburn Basketball Continues to Make History

By on March 12th, 2018 in Basketball, News 6 Comments »
The Auburn men's basketball team made history Sunday night by receiving its second highest berth ever in the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers were selected as the No. 4 seed for the Midwest Region. Auburn (25–7, 13–6 SEC) will play the College of Charleston (26–7) in the first round in San Diego, California on Friday. Although... Read Full Story

A Week of Spring Drills

By on March 8th, 2018 in Football 4 Comments »
One day in shells, no real pad popping yet (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody. The big story this week with the Auburn Tigers is, of course, the Auburn men's basketball team, the SEC title they earned a part of, and their chances in the SEC and NCAA tournaments. I am excited and apprehensive about the SEC t... Read Full Story

Alabama’s Secret Recruiting Advantage: Phil Savage

By on March 7th, 2018 in Football 10 Comments »

This article is about how Alabama does something that every dynasty before them has failed to do: keep the momentum by bringing in quality depth year after year. Why would so many blue-chip players go to the same school?

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Auburn University Fields 15 Boats for FLW College Tour on Guntersville

By on March 7th, 2018 in News, Other Sports 1 Comment »
Guntersville is always a massive draw on the fishing tournament trail, and the FLW Yeti College trail is no exception. The lake is consistently among the top ten bass fishing lakes in America, although it rolled off the list last year. Perhaps that dropoff was needed for the fish to regroup and get back to the level it should be... Read Full Story

Auburn Softball Review—Bats Come Alive for Tigers

By on March 6th, 2018 in News, Other Sports 3 Comments »

Auburn finished the preseason tournament scene with a solid 6–0 weekend as the Tigers get set for SEC play, which starts against LSU this weekend.

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SEC Tournament Bracket is Set—Who Will Be Auburn’s First Opponent?

By on March 6th, 2018 in Basketball, News 4 Comments »

Auburn wrapped up a share of the SEC championship as they knocked off South Carolina. They are getting set to play as the No. 1 seed of the SEC tournament on Saturday.

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