After splitting closing the regular season with a win over Air Force to rebound from two-straight losses to Alabama, the Auburn gymnastics team will now turn its attention to the SEC championship on Saturday in New Orleans, where the Tigers will compete in the afternoon session.
Even taking into consideration some very impressive victories in NCAA tournaments and in other situations, it would be difficult to find a better all-around Auburn basketball performance than the one Coach Bruce Pearl’s Tigers put together in the championship game of the SEC Tournament.
With a four-game winning streak going into this week’s SEC Basketball Tournament in Nashville, Coach Bruce Pearl’s Auburn Tigers look like they have a real shot for a better showing than last season in St. Louis where they were one and done.
Smiles grow from ear to ear, cheers become loud and clear and murmurs of trash talk circulates throughout Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum as Auburn Wheelchair Basketball head coach Robb Taylor commands his players to set up for five-on-five.
The No. 12 Auburn gymnastics team will try to send its four seniors out with a win in their last meet in Auburn Arena when the Tigers host Air Force Academy to close the regular season on Friday.
With their backs against the wall after getting blown out by Kentucky, the Auburn men's basketball team responded in a big way, closing out the regular season with four-straight wins, including last Saturday's comeback victory over No. 5 Tennessee.
The 19th ranked Auburn baseball team will turn their attention to a home series against the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and then a single game against South Alabama before kicking off a grueling conference schedule against Tennessee on March 15.
The Auburn gymnastics team failed to secure a share of the SEC title as they lost to rival Alabama last Friday. The narrow 196.400 to 196.700 defeat puts the Tigers at 7-2 on the season and 13th in the nation with an average Regional Qualifying Score of 196.540.
After an 80-75 victory over Mississippi State last Saturday, Bruce Pearl and the Auburn Tigers reached a 20-win benchmark that has been notoriously elusive for the Auburn basketball program in the last two decades.
They don’t normally play beautiful basketball, and consistency is also an issue, but there are several things to like about Coach Terri Williams-Flournoy’s current Auburn women’s team, a group that plays with intensity and has shown a good bit of mental toughness.
The Auburn football Tigers received good news this week on the recruiting front when 6-2, 185 wide receiver J.J. Evans of Montevallo High School chose the Tigers over defending national champion Clemson, Alabama and others.
While NCAA Tournament projections currently place the Auburn men's basketball team as a No. 9 seed, the Tigers still need to pick up a couple wins to keep their SEC record above .500 and ensure a spot in the Big Dance.
For the most part, Auburn’s offensive line struggled in 2018. There’s not much of an argument against that. Maybe it was due to star running back Kerryon Johnson leaving for the NFL but, for most of the season, the unit was unable to create holes for running backs JaTarvious Whitlow and Kam Martin.
The Auburn gymnastics team will get the chance this weekend to pull off an elusive feat for the first time in program history — winning an SEC championship.
Both the Auburn men’s and women’s basketball teams are in good position to earn bids to their respective NCAA Tournaments, but each has work to do. A collapse down the stretch by either group could have them on the outside looking in at this year’s Big Dance.
Coming into the 2018 college football season, there was considerable hype for an Auburn defense that ended the season among the top 15 in the country in yards allowed per game.
The Auburn men's basketball team narrowly lost at home against Kentucky in January and will try to return the favor when the Tigers travel to Lexington on Saturday for a rematch against the Wildcats.
After starting 5-0 to kick off the season, Auburn gymnastics fell to No. 2 Florida in Gainesville last Friday. Despite the loss, Auburn’s 196.700 marked the highest score on the road this season and falls in the top 10 highest road scores in program history.
After coming about as close as possible last June to earning a trip to the College Baseball World Series, Coach Butch Thompson’s Tigers will try to take another big step forward beginning on Friday as they open the regular season.
The Auburn men's basketball team will hit try to reverse its recent fortunes on the road this weekend when the Tigers travel to Nashville for a pivotal matchup against a struggling Vanderbilt team.
Auburn coaches got a mix of good and not-so-welcome news on Signing Day last week, when it added five commitments to its 2019 recruiting class but lost a long-time bluechip receiver to archrival Georgia.
Down three with 23 seconds left in the game, the Auburn Tigers had a chance to tie the game up and potentially force overtime. Two misses from guards Jared Harper and Bryce Brown, and the Tigers’ hopes of stealing a win on the road against 21st ranked LSU faded.
Coming off a successful home stand, the Auburn men's basketball team will try to reverse a trend that's seen the Tigers struggle on the road when they face No. 21 LSU on Saturday afternoon in Baton Rouge.
After a 2018 season that saw first-year head coach Mickey Dean and the Auburn softball team go 41-17 only to be eliminated in the NCAA tournament regionals, the Tigers go into 2019 with high expectations.
If Mickey Dean is correct his second Auburn softball team has a chance to win a lot of games this season starting with five of them this weekend at the Sand Dollar Classic in Gulf Shores.
The Auburn men’s basketball team put together a dominant performance from nearly start to finish Saturday night as the Tigers took care of in-state rival Alabama 84-63 in front of a raucous home crowd in Auburn Arena.
My impression is that a lot of Auburn football fans are rooting for one of the most respected players in program history, Carnell “Cadillac” Williams, to have major success in his new role as running backs coach for Gus Malzahn’s Tigers.
Coming off a 2018 season that saw the Auburn baseball team and head coach Butch Thompson go 43-23, the program’s highest win-total since 2010, and make a NCAA Super Regional appearance, expectations are high for the Tigers.
The Auburn men's basketball team will try to get its mojo back on Saturday when it travels to Starkville to face Mississippi State in what's close to a must-win game for the Tigers.
The Auburn Tigers headed into the basketball season with health concerns about their biggest player, Austin Wiley, and those have resurfaced with the junior center trying to recover from another foot problem.
The undefeated No. 13-ranked Auburn gymnastics team will return to Auburn Arena to face off against a rival Georgia team that comes in at No. 6 in the national rankings on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
With as many as 10 spots still available for Auburn’s 2019 football class, the Tigers still have work to do in order to produce the needed results for the traditional national signing day, which is always on the first Wednesday in February.
After posting its best January score since 2015 in last weekend's win over LSU, the Auburn gymnastics team will look to keep the momentum going Saturday when the Tigers travel to Columbia to face Missouri.
With his players’ ears perked, eyes attentive and minds ready to learn, head coach Courtney Pritchett guides the team through footage from previous games. His comments are both stern and supportive, his basketball knowledge, extensive and obvious.
Less than a year after his screams of agony pierced the crowd noise toward the end of the first half of Auburn's road game last February against South Carolina, junior forward Anfernee McLemore is showing no lingering effects from the gruesome ankle injury that ended his season.
After struggling in a 15-point loss against Ole Miss to start conference play, the Tigers bounced back Saturday with a 93-78 win over Georgia, spearheaded by a solid outing from junior Jared Harper, who finished with 22 points and seven assists.
The No.17 Auburn gymnastics team will face one of the toughest meets of the season when it hosts two-time defending SEC Champion LSU at Auburn Arena on Friday.
If the 2019 football season turns out to be a much better one than the 2018 campaign for the Auburn Tigers, there is a good chance that a decision made this week is a major reason why.
The No. 10 Auburn men's basketball team will tip off its home SEC slate on Saturday against a Georgia team looking to rebound from a tough start to conference play.
After dismantling Purdue in the Music City Bowl, Auburn entered the offseason waiting for decisions from a number of key playmakers on whether they would end their collegiate careers and enter the NFL Draft.
The Auburn men's basketball team will try to kick off the new year on a high note Wednesday when the Tigers travel to Ole Miss for the first matchup of SEC play.
After a much-needed break from the grind of a disappointing regular season, the Tigers began bowl practices before Christmas saying they were on a mission to send the seniors out as winners. Not only did they emphatically deliver on that vow, they closed the 2018 season with the most impress…
For the first time in over two years, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn grabbed the reins of the Auburn offense and took over play-calling duties — and the results were not only unexpected, but jaw-dropping as the Tigers churned out eight touchdowns on offense in a record-setting 63-14 performance ag…
While the Tigers will try to cap a largely disappointing 2018 season on a high note Friday with a win over Purdue in the Music City Bowl, it's never too early to look ahead at what may be in store for next season and what new players could make an immediate impact.