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Auburn Softball Review: Tigers End SEC Play Getting Swept

By on May 1st, 2018 in News, Other Sports 10 Comments »
There’s really no way to put it other than the Tigers limped to the finish line this season, the first under Mickey Dean. Auburn ended the SEC season with an 11–12 record, the first conference losing record since the 2012–2013 season when they finished 42–19–1 and 11–13 in conference before being defeated by Minnesot... Read Full Story

Auburn Faces More Dogs in Atlanta (Previewing Auburn’s Season Opening Matchup Against the Washington Huskies)

By on April 27th, 2018 in Football 13 Comments »
Veteran quarterback Jake Browning takes one in for a score      War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for the first Auburn game preview of the year! On September 1st, Auburn returns to Atlanta to take on Washington in the season opener. These are a pair of dangerous teams that were close last year, but did not win their respec... Read Full Story

Auburn Baseball is Playing in the Zone

By on April 24th, 2018 in Baseball, News 2 Comments »
The Auburn Baseball team appeared to be in the zone last week with a 12–2 beat down of UAB. Question was, could the Tigers continue the high level of play against SEC competition? The answer came resoundingly over the weekend as the Tigers went on the road and swept Alabama in Tuscaloosa for the first time since 1976. Auburn... Read Full Story

Recap of a Wonderful Weekend for Auburn Athletics

Auburn Equestrian won its second national title in three years on Saturday, topping Georgia 10–5. And the baseball and softball teams turned things around in a big way over the weekend.

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Auburn Equestrian National Champs Again!

The Auburn Equestrian team won its fifth National Championship Saturday. The Tigers did it by dominating rival Georgia 10–5. It was the program’s second National Collegiate Equestrian Association Championship title in the last three years. Caitlin Boyle was named the Most Outstanding Performer for the championship in Fences... Read Full Story

Defensive Superlatives?

By on April 19th, 2018 in Football, News 7 Comments »
It's going to be tough for any offense to run the ball with 10 defenders in the box (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! It is time now for a post-spring look at the Auburn defense. It is hard not to be excited about this year's prospects after a dominant A-Day performance. The top two units started on A-Day, hold... Read Full Story

Midweek Ramblings From The Plains

From Auburn Baseball's offensive resurgence to a new Basketball assistant to Auburn Equestrian going for their 5th National title this week & more in this edition of Ramblings.

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Looking Ahead: Auburn Basketball in 2018-2019

By on April 17th, 2018 in Basketball, News 3 Comments »

Bruce Pearl now has another job ahead of him due to players leaving the program either to transfer or to try their luck in the NBA Draft. In this article, we take a look at who is leaving, who is coming back, and who will be coming in to fill the gaps.

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Auburn Avoids Last Place With Series Win

By on April 16th, 2018 in Baseball, News 2 Comments »
After losing three straight conference series, including a series sweep by Arkansas last week, Auburn baseball rebounded with a series win against Mississippi State this past weekend. Friday night included the usual stellar performance we’ve come to expect from Casey Mize as he allowed just one run in his fourth career comple... Read Full Story

Another Offensive Juggernaut?

By on April 12th, 2018 in Football 4 Comments »

War Eagle, everybody! Spring football practice is over, and it's time to start looking ahead. I think coming out of A-Day, offense is where most of the real questions lie about this year's Auburn football team. We will start the long haul till September with some speculation about the offense.

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Auburn Softball Review – Tigers Take Down Tennessee

By on April 10th, 2018 in News, Other Sports 5 Comments »
After five scoreless innings, Tennessee struck first as the 8th ranked Vols took on the 11th ranked Tigers. Aubrey Leach hit a leadoff double to start the fifth inning for the Vols at Jane B. Moore Field. And after a bit of small balling, Leach scored the first run of the game. Up to that point in the contest, Auburn was hitless... Read Full Story

A Cold, Wet A-Day

By on April 8th, 2018 in Football 8 Comments »
Anders Carlson was the A-Day MVP (All photos by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for the Acid Reign Report on Auburn's 2018 A-Day game. It was with some trepidation that I suited up and drove down this year to cover this scrimmage. The weather forecast did not look promising, and the day actually turned ou... Read Full Story

A Brisk A-Day!

By on April 7th, 2018 in Football Comments Off on A Brisk A-Day!
A-Day open thread.(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! It's Auburn football game day once again! It's A-Day on the Plains. This game will be televised on the SEC Network channels. The game starts at 3:00 PM Central Daylight Time. It's a great opportunity for us Tiger fans to see what this year's team looks like a... Read Full Story

Five Burning Questions for A-Day.

By on April 5th, 2018 in Football 6 Comments »
A day of great fun!(Photo by Acid Reign)     Each year I do this sort of post before A-Day, and each year the questions tend to be pretty similar. I'll be in Jordan-Hare Stadium again Saturday with a camera in one hand and a roster in the other. The game kicks off at 3:00 PM and will be televised on the SEC Network. The pund... Read Full Story

Midweek Ramblings From The Plains

From Auburn Running back competition to Auburn Equestrian to Auburn Basketball's odds of winning a national title in 2019 & more in this edition of Ramblings from The Plains.

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Auburn Softball Review: Tigers Sweep Kentucky, Take Down Ole Miss

By on April 3rd, 2018 in News, Other Sports 1 Comment »
After suffering the sweep by LSU, Auburn softball bounced back to win the series against Alabama. Up next was Kentucky, which swept LSU, the team that swept Auburn just two weeks before. Sweeps are something new to softball fans who just started following the Tigers in the last few years. Auburn swept the Wildcats 3–1, 1–0,... Read Full Story

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