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Greatest Fears: Each Opposing Team’s Best Chance To Win – Part 2

By on August 31st, 2015 in Football 4 Comments »
NCAA Football: Mississippi at Auburn

Part two of a three-part series where Zach takes a look at each opposing team's potential mismatch that could be exploited by Auburn.

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Who Cares About Arkansas Football?

By on August 31st, 2015 in Football 15 Comments »
University of Arkansas Introduces Bret Bielema We can officially say it. It’s game week, and all is right with the world. How pitiful is Arkansas coach Bret Bielema? You probably read over the weekend that everyone’s favorite fat boy expressed his hate for Auburn to a group of Razorback alumni. When coaches make such comments, it just shows that the mentioned school has... Read Full Story

Track ‘Em Tigers Tailgate Challenge

By on August 30th, 2015 in Football 1 Comment »

Want to win Track 'Em Tigers weekly tailgate competition? Want to see how every one else spends their Saturdays? Check out this weekly post!

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Recruiting Stars to Saturday Starts: A Comparison of Stars to Stats

By on August 30th, 2015 in Football 8 Comments »

Over the last few recruiting cycles, Auburn has secured the signature of many high-profile wide receiver recruits. Yet, one of the positions that continue to hamper the Hurry Up No Huddle Offense is consistency at receiver. Zach takes a look at a qualitative comparison from stars to stats.

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Football Begins One Week From Today … Time to Sign up for TET Pick ‘em Contest

By on August 28th, 2015 in Football 7 Comments »

College football begins in less than a week so it's time for the Track 'em Tigers Pick 'em Contest. The first week's games are already listed and ready for picks to be made. And everyone is welcome to play, even other SEC fans.
But if you haven't signed up yet, you’ll need to create a ...

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The Unofficial Totally Biased 2015 SEC Schedule Breakdown

NCAA Football: Louisiana Tech at Auburn Predictions are easy to come by in college football, but they often lack a certain bold specificity that separates them from the sea of similar sentiments circulating through various forms of media. Rarely will you find any of the so-called “experts” going into too great of detail over their forecast for the upcoming weekend... Read Full Story

Battle with the Bulldogs!

By on August 27th, 2015 in Football 8 Comments »
Nick Chubb Georgia Can the defense slow down Nick Chubb?( Photo by Denny Medley, USA TODAY Sports)      War Eagle, everybody! It's time now for another Auburn opponent preview. On November 14th, Auburn will host the powerful Georgia Bulldogs in Jordan-Hare Stadium. Last season in Athens the Bulldogs ground and pounded the Auburn defense, roll... Read Full Story

Why Did the FWAA List Bo Jackson Third String on 75th Anniversary All-American List? … Makes No Sense

By on August 26th, 2015 in Football 17 Comments »

While to be recognized on the FWAA's 75th Anniversary All-American team is certainly an honor, one can only surmise that the writers have a misguided understanding of what is important. It makes no sense not to list Bo Jackson as a first-team All-American … on anyone’s list.

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Auburn Football and Bible Don’t Mix!

By on August 25th, 2015 in Football 13 Comments »
NCAA Football: South Carolina at Auburn An individual has been asked to leave the Auburn University football program. No, it’s not a running back or quarterback. He hasn’t made a single tackle or sack. He doesn’t throw, kick, or catch a football. He simply motivates and inspires young football players to be men of character and integrity. He is the team chaplain... Read Full Story

Barning in Como: Change

7605676 New bed, new friends, new city, new surroundings. It's my second week here in Columbia, Missouri, and while the transition has been surprisingly smooth, it only feels temporary. As if it's a summer camp of sorts, and I'll be back in my Atlanta home in just a week's time. But it's not temporary -- aside from the occasional visit ... Read Full Story

The Justin Garrett Path

By on August 24th, 2015 in Football 5 Comments »

Justin Garrett has been an on-paper All-star for the Tigers through his injury-plagued career. Zach takes a look at his past and what his future may hold.

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The Tweet ‘Heard Round the World’

By on August 24th, 2015 in Football 20 Comments »
Did you feel the ground shake Saturday night? From all the notifications popping up on my phone, you would have thought the big one had hit. Instead, it was just heralded Auburn freshman Byron Cowart tweeting his frustration with his first fall camp under Will Muschamp. My daughter used to write such things when she was a fresh... Read Full Story

Auburn Receives Another Preseason Top10 Ranking

By on August 23rd, 2015 in Football 5 Comments »
usa-today-8071018.0 The hype for the 2015 Auburn Football Team continues as the Associated Press has ranked the Tigers No. 6 in their preseason Top 25. The release of today's poll marks the first time since Coach Pat Dye roamed the sidelines that Auburn has been ranked in the AP's preseason Top 10 in back-to-back years . In addition to the AP's No... Read Full Story

Get Ready: It’s TET Pick’em TIME!!!

By on August 22nd, 2015 in Football, News 12 Comments »
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War Eagle Everyone! The college football season begins in less than two weeks. And that means it's time to start our 8th annual Track 'Em Tigers College Football Pick Em contest, sponsored by Yahoo! Sports. Register to play now at ...

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Greatest Fears: Each Opposing Team’s Best Chance To Win – Part 1

By on August 22nd, 2015 in Featured Article, Football 14 Comments »

Part one of a three part series where Zach takes a look at each opposing team's potential mismatch that could be exploited to potentially beat the Tigers.

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From the Eagle’s Nest

By on August 21st, 2015 in Football 6 Comments »
Malzahn Swag We’re only two weeks away from the 2015 season's kicking off, and the pressure is mounting for many teams to settle quarterback races (ahem…Alabama…) and begin game planning for their first opponents. Nowhere is the pressure greater than the SEC West, which is almost a shoo-in for the toughest division in college football ... Read Full Story

Fall Camp Updates!

By on August 20th, 2015 in Football 10 Comments »
Tiger quarterbacks prepare for a record-setting season!(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! It's difficult to believe, but we are just a little over two weeks away from the 2015 college football season! The Tigers will travel to Atlanta to take on the Louisville Cardinals just two Saturdays from now. Today, we'll... Read Full Story

“Should have put 60 on them”

By on August 19th, 2015 in Featured Article, Football 6 Comments »
gauntlet-thrown-down Yes Gus, we should have.While I'm sure talk like this enrages the great unwashed from the wrong side of the state, Gus has a point and it is far from simple bombast or a thrown gauntlet at the fans in Crimson. In last year's Iron Bowl Auburn moved the ball at will and had a first down inside Alabama's red zone no less than eigh... Read Full Story

What Can Auburn Expect from Darius Slayton: A Scouting Report

By on August 18th, 2015 in Football 6 Comments »

Who will Coach Malzahn turn to in the next few years at wideout? There are many upper classmen hoping to finish their careers on top, but what can we expect after that?

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“War Eagle, Fly Down the Field”

By on August 17th, 2015 in Football, Memories, News 12 Comments »

One of the most recognizable fight songs in the nation has an unexpected and interesting origin.

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