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The Duf is Golfing His Rock in Florida

By on March 9th, 2017 in News, Other Sports 4 Comments »
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Jason Dufner, playing in the Valspar Championship, is putting on a ball striking clinic. Check out the video for a look at one of the purest struck iron shots you will ever see.

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Tigers Hitting on All Cylinders as LSU Comes to Town

By on March 9th, 2017 in News, Other Sports 2 Comments »
22252636-mmmain The No. 2 Auburn softball team keeps rolling along. The Tigers got their 20th win of the season yesterday with a 14–0 win over Alabama State. Now winners of 17 of 18 home games and 20–2 overall, the Tigers are hitting on all cylinders. Auburn jumped on the Hornets right off the bat, scoring 10 runs in the first inning. Kend... Read Full Story

Morning Musings: Spring Cleaning

By on March 8th, 2017 in Baseball, Football, News 6 Comments »
USATSI_9707264_168381178_lowres-650x342 Offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey confirmed on Tuesday... that Auburn would not name a starting quarterback during spring practice. This is because the coaches want to get an accurate look at a healthy Sean White before they make a decision. White's work in spring practice thus far has been limited, as he is still nursing a br... Read Full Story

Is Woody Barrett the Forgotten Man?

By on March 7th, 2017 in Football, News 26 Comments »
auburn-quarterback-woody-barrettjpg-99c1a26f082a7a69 Well, it’s spring time in Auburn, and that means it’s time for another quarterback competition. The Tigers go through this so often, it seems like it’s almost a rite of spring on the Plains.Although many assume the nation’s number one JUCO quarterback, Jarrett Stidham, will be the starter for the Tigers in 2017, the fina... Read Full Story

Keegan Thompson Named SEC Pitcher of the Week

By on March 6th, 2017 in Baseball, News Comment »
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Zach Bland Keegan Thompson has been named the SEC Pitcher of the Week. The honor came after the junior’s win over Lipscomb this weekend. The league office made the announcement Monday morning.   The right-hander pitched a shutout, only allowed one hit, struck out five batters and retired the final 12 batters he faced before leaving th... Read Full Story

Malcolm Askew: A Scouting Report

By on March 3rd, 2017 in Football, News 7 Comments »
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Malcolm Askew was an early enrollee at Auburn. He comes to Auburn from McAdory high as one of the best athletes in the country. He played five or more positions in high school. Where will he end up at Auburn?

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Spring Drills Are Here!

By on March 2nd, 2017 in Football, News 7 Comments »
Receiver practice It will be interesting to see the changes in the receiver drills (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! The calendar has ticked over into March, severe weather season is here, and Auburn football spring drills are back. For this year's team, it's out with the old, in with the new. Particularly on offense, it w... Read Full Story

Four Auburn Players Not Returning

By on March 1st, 2017 in Football 6 Comments »
635586781702222227-gus-malzahn-2 Auburn will be down four on its depth chart heading into spring practice. Gus Malzahn announced the departures of offensive lineman Deon Mix and linebacker Cameron Toney, as the two will be graduating and not returning to the field for Auburn. Defensive back Markell Boston and running back Stephen Davis Jr. were removed from th... Read Full Story

Softball Spotlight: An Interview With Kendall Veach

By on February 28th, 2017 in News, Other Sports 5 Comments »
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Kendall Veach started the 2017 season hot after spending most of 2016 on the bench. Her first start in 2017 was due to illness of starter Tannon Snow, but the young sophomore from Selma made the most of her opportunity and seized a starting role. Track 'Em Tigers writer, Zach Taylor, interviewed the Tigers' cleanup hitter. Read more!

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Chip Lindsey Begins New Offensive Era Today at Auburn as Spring Practice Gets Underway

By on February 28th, 2017 in Football, News 11 Comments »
-afd15f1636a4190e For the first time in his 25-year career as an offensive coach, Gus Malzhan will not be running his offense. That means the Auburn Tigers may have a different look in 2017 under new offensive coordinator, Chip Lindsey. The formation of that new look starts today as Auburn opens spring practice. While the Tigers will be looking ... Read Full Story

Stidham or Bust?

By on February 27th, 2017 in Football, News 16 Comments »
JarrettStidham4 Auburn football is back. Tomorrow marks the earliest start to spring practice in memory. This one promises to be different. Chip Lindsey now has the keys to the offense, and he badly needs a driver.With Sean White on the mend, attention turns to Baylor transfer Jarrett Stidham. All eyes will be on whether this is a coronation or... Read Full Story

Spring Drills Start Next Tuesday!

By on February 24th, 2017 in Football, News 10 Comments »
Practice soon I'm looking forward to a good spring on the practice field (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! It's hard to believe that spring drills are nearly here. The calendar still says February, but it definitely feels like spring outdoors. The Tigers are getting to work early this season, and other Auburn coaches h... Read Full Story

Auburn Softball Starts 6–0 on Jane B. Moore Field

By on February 23rd, 2017 in News, Other Sports 9 Comments »
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The Tigers will host their second invitational this weekend after finishing the Plainsman Invitational undefeated and outscoring opponents 40–5 behind spectacular pitching.

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Does Tommy Tuberville Have a Chance To Be Governor of Alabama?

By on February 22nd, 2017 in Football, News 13 Comments »
tommy-tuberville-tigerwalk If you live in the state of Alabama, you know by now there may be a new name entering politics in the next few weeks. In the last few hours, multiple news outlets have reported that former Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville is considering running for governor. Since taking the Texas Tech job in 2010 Tuberville has maintained a resid... Read Full Story

What is The College Basketball Invitational and Should Auburn Accept an Invitation if Offered?

By on February 21st, 2017 in Basketball, News 11 Comments »
41698457001_4609513471001_4609481887001-vs Color me embarrassed or color me stupid. Either way, when news broke yesterday that Bruce Pearl might consider Auburn’s participation in the College Basketball Invitational Tournament, I have to admit I didn't know what the CBI was. I certainly know about the once prestigious National Invitational Tournament, which in recent y... Read Full Story

Auburn Women’s Basketball Looks to Save Season in Final Week – Face Alabama Tonight

By on February 20th, 2017 in Basketball, News 4 Comments »
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The Tigers are currently 15–12 overall and in the middle of the league with a 5–8 SEC record. A 20-win season is still within reach if the ladies can win their last three contests and snatch a couple of wins in the SEC Tournament. Do that and a WNIT bid is assured, and an NCAA berth is within the realm of possibility.

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Signing Day to Season Finishes: Who Converts Stars to Wins

By on February 20th, 2017 in Football 21 Comments »

With national signing day wrapped up and future stars signing letters of intent, the next step is spring football before the long wait until September. Recently, Auburn relieved Scott Fountain, a recruiting guru and Auburn's special teams/tight ends coach, of his duties, replacing him with Larry Porter. As Track 'Em Tigers writer Jay Coulter wrote, Malzahn is doubling down on recruiting. Should he? Read how Auburn has done with its five-straight top ten recruiting classes.

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A New Start For Auburn Baseball

By on February 17th, 2017 in Baseball, News 5 Comments »
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Photo by Wade Rackley/Auburn Athletics It’s hard to believe it's that time of year again. It's time for baseball, that great American pastime. And on the college level, baseball usually comes before the beginning of spring. And, like spring, it awakens thoughts of new life.It brings hope and stirs the imagination like no other sport. After all it is part of the Ame... Read Full Story

This and that in Auburn

By on February 16th, 2017 in Football 5 Comments »
Adding on More construction at Jordan Hare Stadium is planned (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! It's another brisk February morning in the state of Alabama, and I'll look back on the week that was. We have leaking Tiger basketball defense, trouble with the trees, softball off to a great start, offensive football me... Read Full Story

Auburn Basketball Drops Another

By on February 15th, 2017 in Basketball 7 Comments »
C4uHeQRUYAARSjx Auburn dropped its second consecutive game on Tuesday night against 15th-ranked Florida, 114–95. The Gators set a school record for most points scored in a conference game. This should be the nail in the coffin for Auburn's NCAA Tournament hopes, as the Tigers' conference record drops to 5–8. Joe Lunardi predicts that four ... Read Full Story