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NSD 2017 – Join TET For Our Wednesday Live Blog

By on January 31st, 2017 in Football, News 7 Comments »
AU_NSD Ah, National Signing Day 2017—the official visits are over, and those who follow recruiting await Wednesday with anticipation, hoping those recruits targeted by Auburn's coaching staff choose to play for the Tigers.National Signing Day is one of those yearly occurrences that fans seem either to like, dislike, or fall somewher... Read Full Story

Auburn Scores Huge Road Win, Vols Come To the Plains

By on January 31st, 2017 in Basketball, News 1 Comment »

Auburn scored a huge win Saturday on the road in Ft Worth against a probable tournament team in TCU. It was a much-needed win after the slaughter the Tigers sustained against South Carolina. More importantly, fans witnessed the emergence of Austin Wiley. Still, it wasn't just Wiley who had a great game. Read more to see how Auburn won and what to expect against the Vols.

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National Signing Day Is Only Part of the Story

By on January 30th, 2017 in Football, News 18 Comments »
As we head toward National Signing Day, Auburn is headed for its fifth consecutive Top 10 finish per the experts. Wake me up when they finish in the Top 10 where it counts. Recruiting services are silly.There is as much politics as ability involved in getting those recruiting stars. Former Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville told me a... Read Full Story

An Offensive Resurgence?

By on January 26th, 2017 in Football 14 Comments »
Offensive Preview The Tigers have a lot of parts returning!(Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! What a difference a week makes. The Tigers have settled on hiring Chip Lindsey as the new offensive coordinator, and things have become much more certain, in my mind. I was worried about the hire, frankly. I think Auburn has to win... Read Full Story

Auburn Suffers Worst Loss Of the Season

By on January 25th, 2017 in Basketball, News 8 Comments »
usa-today-9828577.0 It was a rough outing for an Auburn team that was forced to play catch-up for most of the night, as the Tigers were ousted by the Gamecocks, 98–69. Last night marked Auburn's worst loss to South Carolina in program history, and the Gamecocks' 98 points were the second most they have ever scored in SEC play. Frank Martin's ... Read Full Story

Tigers Trek to Columbia to Take on 23rd Ranked South Carolina

By on January 24th, 2017 in Basketball, News 7 Comments »
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Auburn destroyed Alabama this past Saturday, thanks to fantastic play from Mustapha Heron and Austin Wiley. Up next is 23rd ranked South Carolina. How do the Tigers stack up? Read more and see!

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Austin Wiley Named SEC Freshman Player of the Week

By on January 23rd, 2017 in Basketball, News 3 Comments »
-9f4ff6462b8c26f4 Less than two months out of high school, Austin Wiley has been named the SEC Freshman Player of the Week for leading Auburn to a 78–74 win over LSU and a 84–64 victory over Alabama. The 6-foot-11 center just turned 18 two weeks ago and has improved with each appearance since arriving on the Plains December 16th. Saturday he... Read Full Story

Wiley’s Breakout Performance Is Difference In Beating Bama

By on January 22nd, 2017 in Basketball, News 8 Comments »
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Although he has only been on the Plains for five weeks, he’s already making his presence felt. The 6′ 11″ Wiley has become the Tigers’ floor general: running the floor, rebounding, blocking shots, and scoring inside. In a performance reminiscent of his father, Wiley pulled down nine rebounds Saturday night and scored a career-high 20 points against the Tide.

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“I look forward to Helping Auburn Win Championships” – Chip Lindsey, Auburn Offensive Coordinator

By on January 21st, 2017 in Football, News 35 Comments »
636205966090757506-XXX-X5R7184 Arizona State's Offensive Coordinator, Chip Lindsey, a close friend of Gus Malzahn, has been hired in the same position at Auburn.  According to reports, Lindsey was Malzahn's top choice all along, but Malzahn had to convince influential boosters within the program. He has a track record of hiring people he's acquainted with as... Read Full Story

The Search Continues for Auburn’s Next OC

By on January 20th, 2017 in Football, News 18 Comments »

There was a whirlwind of speculation when Rhett Lashlee made the move to UConn. Since then, the majority of names that surfaced as his successor have gone by the wayside, and no new ones have surfaced nor have there been any developments . Just as important could be the effect of not having an offensive coordinator soon.

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Pearl Picks Up No. 500, Iron Bowl of Basketball Up Next

By on January 19th, 2017 in Basketball, News 4 Comments »

Auburn pulled off an ugly win No. 500 for coach Bruce Pearl. Up next is the Alabama Crimson Tide in Auburn Arena on Saturday.

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Another Steele Curtain?

By on January 19th, 2017 in Football 7 Comments »
Prospective Defense The Auburn defense will be salty again (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! It's time now to look ahead to next year in Auburn football. Yes, all the news this week swirls around the potential hiring of a new offensive coordinator. Folks, there has been nothing of substance from head coach Gus Malzahn and li... Read Full Story

Yurcich No Longer Candidate for Auburn Offensive Coordinator

By on January 18th, 2017 in Football, News 11 Comments »
We were hopeful that Gus Malzahn was going to make a hire for Rhett Lashlee's replacement before this big weekend's visit of recruits. However, that possibility looks less likely now that Mike Yurcich, (who appeared to be the leading candidate for the Auburn offensive coordinator job) has taken his name off the list. The announc... Read Full Story

Auburn Looks To Turn Things Around At Home

By on January 18th, 2017 in Basketball, News 23 Comments »
635673889791225921-Bruce-Pearl-during-Tennessee-game-Wade-Rackley-Auburn-Athletics Auburn is heading back home to take on LSU in what is a must-win matchup for Bruce Pearl's squad. Sitting at 1–4 in the conference, another loss tonight would put Auburn in quite a hole with the bulk of conference play still to come. Danjel Purifoy looks to be doubtful tonight, as the freshman forward is still nursing an ank... Read Full Story

Kentucky Smothers Auburn, LSU Tigers Next

By on January 17th, 2017 in Basketball, News 1 Comment »

It should be no surprise that Auburn was unable to take down Kentucky. The hamstrung Tigers try to get back in the win column tonight against LSU.

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Tuesday Ramblings From the Plains (OC Search Edition)

By on January 17th, 2017 in Football, News 14 Comments »

The latest rumor as we go to press is that Oklahoma State’s offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich is at the top of Malzahn’s list. Could he be wooed away from what seems like a good spot on Mike Gundy’s staff? No one knows the answer, but we do know that he is one of the best in the business. In his four seasons in Stillwater ...

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A Chance for Malzahn to Get it Right

By on January 16th, 2017 in Football, News 19 Comments »
Auburn football just got a whole lot more interesting. With Rhett Lashlee jettisoning to Connecticut, Gus Malzahn has a chance to remake himself and this football program. The test will be whether Malzahn has the discipline to let someone else put their mark on the offense.As things got tight down the stretch last season, he beg... Read Full Story

Whose Offenses Scored the Most?

By on January 14th, 2017 in Football 13 Comments »
Lashlee gone The Tigers must replace coordinator Rhett Lashlee (Photo by Acid Reign)     War Eagle, everybody! The talk around the Auburn football complex this week has focused on the departure of offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee. Speculation runs rampant on whether Lashlee was forced out or left to get out from under the shadow... Read Full Story

Tigers Get back on Track, Head to Lexington

By on January 13th, 2017 in Basketball, News Comments Off on Tigers Get back on Track, Head to Lexington

Auburn pulled off an ugly win against Missouri this past Tuesday. The Tigers exceeded their last year's win total as they chalked up their 11th victory. Up next are the sixth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats. Auburn travels to Rupp Arena, seeking a repeat of last season's shocking Auburn win.

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Auburn Should Shop Outside the Malzahn Coaching Tree for Next OC

By on January 12th, 2017 in Football, News 21 Comments »

Auburn fans awoke this morning to news that long-time offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee made a lateral move to UConn, leaving the most important position on Gus Malzahn's staff vacant. Two names have exploded on social media. While one is a line in the sand for fans, so should the other. Read why.

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