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Tigers Came Up Short in First Home Loss

By on February 8th, 2018 in Basketball, News 3 Comments »

Auburn finally loses at home against a hot Texas A&M team poised to make a run.

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National Signing Day 2018—Part Deux—Summary

By on February 8th, 2018 in Football, News 4 Comments »
National Signing Day 2018—Part Deux is in the books.The composite class rankings have Auburn coming in at Number 12 in the NCAA and Number 3 behind Georgia and Alabama in the SEC. Minus signing one or two more offensive linemen, however, this is an overall good group of recruits. And it may have been the most ever four star r... Read Full Story

National Signing Day 2018—Live Thread

By on February 7th, 2018 in Football, News 1 Comment »

National Signing Day 2018 is here! There are still some unanswered questions that, by the end of the day, will be answered. One of which is who will put on the AU hat?

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National Signing Day 2018—Part Deux

By on February 6th, 2018 in Football, News 7 Comments »
Like it or not, there is now an early signing period for college football which, naturally, takes away from a lot of the suspense of the annual National Signing Day, but I still expect some drama to unfold.As we do every year, Track ‘Em Tigers will be here with our open thread tomorrow, so please drop by and take part.It seems... Read Full Story

Tigers Vanquish Vandy, Texas A&M Presents Next Challenge

By on February 6th, 2018 in Basketball, News 3 Comments »

The Tigers continue to rise in the standings. They vanquished a losing streak to Vandy this Saturday. They haven't really had a letdown game, but Texas A&M could be it as the Aggies come to town next.

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Monday Musings: Finishing Strong

By on February 5th, 2018 in Basketball, Football 4 Comments »
It wasn't pretty defensively... but Auburn basketball got the job done on Saturday night against Vanderbilt. In the first half, the Tigers held a 36–14 lead. I decided to call my grandfather to talk to him about the game as well as Mizzou's win against Kentucky. While on the phone with him, I saw Auburn's lead slip as Vanderb... Read Full Story

Putting the “Special” Back in Those Teams

By on February 1st, 2018 in Football 6 Comments »
Auburn must replace a legend (Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! This week, on the eve of a much-muted national signing day, we'll take a look at Auburn's special teams performance this past season and a glimpse ahead of what the future might hold. Additionally, I think a look at next fall's schedule is in... Read Full Story

Tigers Own Ole Miss in Oxford

By on January 31st, 2018 in Basketball, News 1 Comment »

Auburn rolled through Oxford but was challenged in a 79-70 victory over the Rebels. Bryce Brown led the way for the Tigers, who look to take on Vanderbilt next.

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Asa Martin Brings Excitement to the Future of Auburn Backfield

By on January 31st, 2018 in Football, News 4 Comments »

The No. 1 running back in Alabama (No.7 nationally) is excited about playing for Auburn. With K.J. leaving for the NFL, Martin’s decision to be a Tiger makes a lot of Auburn fans excited about the future as well.

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Auburn Trounced LSU in The Jungle

By on January 30th, 2018 in Basketball, News 2 Comments »

This was a game for fans to sit back and enjoy as Auburn ran away with an easy win from tipoff against LSU. Up next is Ole Miss in Oxford.

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A Year of Offensive Face-Turns.

By on January 26th, 2018 in Football 4 Comments »
A lot of skill returns!(Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle everybody! A couple of weeks ago, I took a look at Auburn's defensive year and what Auburn might expect on that side of the ball going forward to 2018. I'm taking a look at the offense, this week.The 2017 Tigers finished averaging 33.9 points per game, up almos... Read Full Story

Tigers Post Résumé Building Win

By on January 25th, 2018 in Basketball, News Comments Off on Tigers Post Résumé Building Win

Tigers explode for 91 on the road against Missouri thanks to a massive second half from guard Jared Harper, who was flawless in the second half.

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I Believe In Auburn and … I Believe In Auburn Basketball

By on January 24th, 2018 in Basketball, News 26 Comments »

Not since the days that Cliff Ellis roamed the sidelines (1994–2004) has there been so much excitement around the roundball sport on the Plains. Ellis won an SEC Tournament Championship and took the Tigers to three NIT's and three NCAA Tournaments, reaching the sweet sixteen twice. But he did it with ...

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Tigers Back on Track

By on January 23rd, 2018 in Basketball, News 3 Comments »
Make no mistake, the defeat by Bama last Tuesday was disheartening. Auburn was riding the nation's longest winning streak and playing a Bama team missing one of the SEC's best players. They dropped the contest in Coleman Coliseum and did so in a messy affair that made the Tigers look the part of one of the nation's youngest team... Read Full Story

Monday Musings from The Plains

By on January 22nd, 2018 in Basketball, News 6 Comments »

From a hot basketball team to a new Auburn Athletic Director to where Auburn stands in recruiting and more in this edition of Monday Musings.

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Alabama Ends Auburn’s Winning Streak

By on January 18th, 2018 in Basketball, News 7 Comments »
It was a clunker of a game by the Auburn Tigers, no doubt about it. Auburn traveled to Tuscaloosa to take on an Alabama team that has largely underachieved this year under Avery Johnson but was still viewed by most basketball aficionados as a bubble team for the NCAA tournament. On the other hand, the Tigers were regarded as on... Read Full Story

Auburn Hires New AD

New AD to replace Jay Jacobs

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A Critical Time to be Searching for Offensive Line Coach at Auburn – (Update: Grimes Returns)

By on January 17th, 2018 in Football, News 10 Comments »
Auburn assistant coach Herb Hand is leaving the Plains for the brown, brown grass of Texas. It was announced on Tuesday that the offensive line coach will join the Longhorns as co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.While coaching turnover is part of the game, the timing of this move is not good for the Tigers with ju... Read Full Story

The Passing of a College Football Icon

By on January 16th, 2018 in Memories, News 5 Comments »

When great moments in the sport are remembered Keith Jackson’s voice is remembered more than any other. From the Iron Bowl to the Rose Bowl, he called them all including Bear Bryant’s last Iron Bowl game in 1982. Check out this video tribute to Jackson's life and career. It's a must see story for all sports fans. We include it here for our readers.




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It Feels Good to be in First Place … Auburn Basketball is Fun Again!

By on January 15th, 2018 in Basketball, News 7 Comments »
After starting the season with a 12–1 record, Auburn basketball received little attention from the national media. That’s changed now that the Tigers (16–1) possess the nation’s longest winning streak and are sitting in first place in the SEC with a 4–0 mark. And as Coach Pearl said Saturday, “It sure does feel good ... Read Full Story