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A Trip to the Bluegrass

By on October 15th, 2015 in Football 16 Comments »
Kentucky Week How tough will it be to defend against the Cats?(Photo: John Sommers II, Getty Images)     War Eagle, everybody! It's Kentucky week for the Auburn Tigers as the 2015 season continues. Auburn stands at 3 - 2 on the season and 0 - 2 in the SEC. It's a must win game for Auburn, to keep slim bowl hopes alive. The Tigers need 3 m... Read Full Story

The Dirty Dozen – Week 6 (The World Going Bye Edition)

By on October 14th, 2015 in Football 4 Comments »

Sometimes it is nice to just watch the world turn over. For as disappointing as Auburn's season has been so far, at least it's not as intense a tire fire that many other programs are currently experiencing. Freshman phenom Will Grier is out for at least a year at Florida, and the more I read about the situation, it's essentially two years lost by the young man (half of this year, at least six games next year plus a lost year of eligibility). One of the two best running backs leading the Southeastern Conference was carted ...

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TET PICK’EM Contest Results (Week 6)

By on October 13th, 2015 in Football Comment »
Pickem-Tigers Week 6 Results are in!@WDE_TightLines, PortCouncil, @AU_History are your top three and are separating from the pack with 62 total points. But don't lose heart, it's not even halfway yet. There is still a long way to go. Get your picks in, and let's see who can get to the top for the coveted Golden Bo trophy that awaits.Here are... Read Full Story

Tuesday Morning Musings

By on October 13th, 2015 in Football 15 Comments »
USP NCAA FOOTBALL: TEXAS A&M AT SOUTH CAROLINA S FBC USA SC With a much needed bye week on The Plains last weekend, Auburn fans had the opportunity to sit back and watch the drama unfold around the country on Saturday. I, on the other hand, had to endure yet another disappointing game from my other Tigers -- Mizzou. A homecoming loss of 21-3 to Florida appears to be the nail in the coff... Read Full Story

Missed Connections

By on October 12th, 2015 in Football 11 Comments »

The modern day Sullivan-to-Beasley connection that most college football fans expected in Johnson and Williams never matured. The expectations dissolved to reality as the two have taken separate paths in a turn of events that one might read about in a Craigslist "Missed Connections" ad.

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Auburn’s Last Stand?

By on October 12th, 2015 in Football 9 Comments »
Before bettors could slap their first dollar down yesterday, the line for Thursday’s Auburn-Kentucky game had been cut in half. That two-point spread quickly fell to one and likely may swing the Wildcats favor by week’s end. One of college football’s great enigmas continues to fool and confuse even the experts.The story li... Read Full Story

A True Auburn Hard-Fighting Soldier

By on October 11th, 2015 in Football 14 Comments »
cassanova-mckinzy-74e5aa1c52169b46 The injured Auburn player lay motionless on the turf of Pat Dye Field as the medical staff worked on stabilizing his neck and putting him onto a stretcher. An eery silence in the stands was broken by thunderous applause as he was carted off the field to be placed in an ambulance.It was a scary moment for all those in attendance ... Read Full Story

Bye-Week Blues

By on October 10th, 2015 in Football 20 Comments »
A Wildcat for the Wildcats It is time for some playmakers to step forward!(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody. Auburn's much-needed bye week is here, and it's time for the team to work through myriad issues. One of Auburn's problems has evidently sorted itself out, as drama-surrounded receiver D'haquille Williams was dismissed from the tea... Read Full Story

College Football TV Viewing Guide for Saturday 10-10-15

By on October 9th, 2015 in Football, News 26 Comments »

The most intriguing contest may be the CBS Game of the Week: Georgia – Tennessee. The SEC East rivals will square off in Knoxville at 2:30 CT. The Dogs were the preseason favorite to win the East. But, the question now is can Georgia get back up after laying an egg last week against Bama.

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The Dirty Dozen – Week 5 (Toe-the-Line Edition)

By on October 8th, 2015 in Football 4 Comments »
toeing the line Everyone needs to be in the same place for this to workToe-the-Line Edition Every now and then, there are young men who let their egos get ahead of their good judgment and potential. Given an opportunity of a lifetime, they squander it in short-sighted incidents that trash any chance of achieving it.   This is the challenge... Read Full Story

#TETtailgate Challenge Week 5 Review

Did your tailgate and/or game pictures make the cut for the weekly #TETtailgate review post? Check inside! If they didn't, did you tag #TETtailgate? If not, no excuses! Make sure you do!

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TET College Pick’em Results (Week 5)

By on October 6th, 2015 in Football Comment »
Pickem graphic A flood of wild games set the stage for week 5, literally! Rain storms, high winds, muddy fields all played roles in some high stake games this past weekend. Georgia, Ole Miss, Tennessee among others are licking their wounds and trying to dry out to get ready for a new week. Are you ready? Get your picks in!Our Auburn Tigers are... Read Full Story

Barning From CoMo: Now What?

By on October 6th, 2015 in Football 13 Comments »

It's time for us, as fans, to understand that things don't always go to plan. And that's fine, because when we think that all of our patience has dissolved completely and that this program will never bounce back, the orange and blue will prevail once again -- just like they always do.

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D’haquille Williams Dismissed From Auburn Football Team

By on October 5th, 2015 in Football, News 13 Comments »
usa-today-7878135.0 As reported here a few minutes ago by TET member aubfan_in_woodstock, senior wide receiver D’haquille 'Duke' Williams was dismissed from the Auburn football team tonight for violating team rules.According to, Williams was involved in an altercation, which led to Coach Malzahn announcing his dismissal.“Whe... Read Full Story

Rudy Ford Named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week

By on October 5th, 2015 in Football Comment »
11378138 Jonathan 'Rudy' Ford has been named the Southeastern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against San Jose State Saturday. The Auburn junior had a forced fumble and led the Tigers with a career-best 14 tackles in the 35-21 win over the Spartans. He currently leads the team with 49 tacklesHowever, the p... Read Full Story

Amen Corner Comes Early

By on October 5th, 2015 in Football 16 Comments »
barber Welcome to Amen Corner. Forget Georgia and Alabama. The next two games with Kentucky and Arkansas will likely determine whether this is just a bad season or something catastrophic.It’s the world Auburn people live in.Failing to win both of these contests probably means staying home for bowl season. Plain and simple. Find Aubur... Read Full Story

An Issue of Recruiting, Developing, or Both

By on October 5th, 2015 in Football 13 Comments »

No other program continues to ride the peaks and valleys as does Auburn. Yet, statistically, Auburn recruits as well as anyone else while having one of the highest paid and best regarded coaching staffs. What gives?

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Tigers Win on Homecoming (Grading Auburn’s win over San Jose State)

By on October 4th, 2015 in Football 10 Comments »
SJS Grades Barber Barber scores again!(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)     War Eagle, everybody! It’s time now for the Acid Reign Report on Auburn’s Homecoming win over the San Jose State Spartans. What a difference a year makes! In September of last year, Auburn romped over the Spartans 59-13, and the game was out of hand before halftime. Many ... Read Full Story

Gus Malzahn, San Jose State Post Game Press Conference

By on October 3rd, 2015 in Football, News 6 Comments »
- Peyton Barber "We have a better idea of who we are offensively, defensively and special teams," said Gus Malzahn before answering questions in his post game press conference following tonight's 35-21 Tiger win over the San Jose State Spartans.Gus said the upcoming open date will be welcomed in order to get some guys healed up and to give addi... Read Full Story

Smash the Spartans! (Auburn vs. San Jose State, Open Thread.)

By on October 3rd, 2015 in Football 1 Comment »
SJS Thread San Jose State is a long way from home, this afternoon!(Photo by Acid Reign.)     War Eagle, everybody! It's Homecoming in Auburn. Today's opponents are the San Jose State Spartans. Both teams are looking for a win today. For Auburn, it's a must win game if there are to be any post-season hopes. The Spartans come in looking ... Read Full Story