Auburn may have come up just short against rival Alabama, but the Tigers got arguably a bigger victory as freshman Sharife Cooper was finally cleared by the NCAA to participate in games.
As Bryan Harsin continues to put together his staff of assistant coaches and support personnel for the 2021 football season, Auburn’s new leader has immediate needs to address on the recruiting front to have a productive signing day on Feb. 3.
While the 2020 season will be quite forgettable record-wise for Auburn football fans, my guess is some of the more perceptive ones already have or will develop a healthy respect for this group even though the Tigers didn’t live up to their own expectations.
Following a tough loss to Northwestern in the Citrus Bowl, the Auburn concluded a 2020 campaign that fell short of expectations and resulted in the University firing eight-year head coach Gus Malzahn.
As 2020 came to a close and the New Year rang in, the Auburn Men’s basketball team opened SEC play against the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Texas A&M Aggies. Despite giving tough performances in both games, the Tigers fell short, putting them at 6-4 on the season and still hunting down th…
When Auburn began its coaching search to replace Gus Malzahn, you likely could have fit everybody in the backseats of a minivan, with room to spare, who could have accurately predicted that Bryan Harsin would become the next head coach of the Tigers.
On Christmas Eve, 10 days after Gus Malzahn was relieved of his head coaching duties, Auburn University officially introduced Bryan Harsin as the new head coach of Auburn Tiger football.
One of Auburn’s newest faces on the men’s basketball team this season originally hails from over 4,000 miles away and grew up facing the harsh winters of Alaska.
With Auburn just outside the Top 25 in the coaches football poll this week, the Tigers will have a chance to finish their season back in the rankings if they can defeat their bowl opponent. However, that task will likely be a challenging one.
Regardless of how Auburn fans felt about Gus Malzahn as their head football coach, and there are certainly a variety of different opinions on that subject, there has never been any doubt from my time covering his 11 seasons at Auburn that he was “all-in” when it came to getting the job done …
The search for the next head coach of Auburn continues after the Tigers parted ways with Gus Malzahn on Sunday, a move that surprised many and drew criticism for the enormous buyout paid during a pandemic that has hit the pocketbooks of athletic departments, including the Tigers', across the…
Following a lackluster loss to Texas A&M, the Auburn Tigers will now have to do all they can to salvage some part of the 2020 season as they travel to Starkville, Mississippi to take on the Bulldogs of Mississippi State.
When Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn takes the field Saturday against Mississippi State, he will do so facing the coach that he began his career at Auburn against — Mike Leach.
Following a blowout loss to archrival Alabama, the Auburn football team will now have to do something the Tigers haven't done since 2001 — play another regular season game after the Iron Bowl.
On Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium the football Tigers will honor their 18 seniors. There aren’t a lot of high-profile players in the bunch, but linebacker K.J. Britt has earned All-SEC honors and Eli Stove has been a major contributor at receiver.
Following two bye weeks, one planned and one unplanned, the No. 23 Auburn Tigers hope to return to the gridiron this Saturday as they are set to play the unranked Tennessee Volunteers.
Starting with the Coach Shug Jordan Era, the Auburn vs. Tennessee football games in September were an indicator for the Tigers and Volunteers of what type of season it was going to be for both programs.
After play came to a screeching halt last season, the Auburn men’s basketball team is gearing up to play completely for the first time since the start of the pandemic in March.
With Auburn’s offense making major progress in its past two games vs. Ole Miss and LSU, the postponement of this week’s football matchup at Mississippi State has to be disappointing for Coach Gus Malzahn’s team.
With the Tigers currently in their first, and only, bye week of the 2020 football schedule, the Auburn coaching staff is using this time to self-scout as it prepares for the next four games.
No. 24 Auburn has a well-timed and much-needed bye week midway through a brutal 2020 schedule that has seen its fair share of bumps and bruises for the Tigers along the way.
The battle of the Tigers wasn't much of a battle on Saturday, as Auburn rolled over LSU 48-11 in Jordan-Hare Stadium, notching the largest margin of victory in the series history..
If Auburn is going to have a chance to break its three-game losing skid to LSU, the Tigers will likely need to vastly improve the pass rush, especially against LSU true freshman quarterback TJ Finley, who will be making just his second-career start.
After a much needed win on the road in Oxford, the Auburn Tigers will finally return home to face LSU, which is coming in hot on the heels of a 52-24 win over South Carolina after a dismal start to the season.
Unless this week’s Auburn football opponent, Ole Miss, self-destructs like it did last Saturday at Arkansas, the Tigers will need to clean up their offensive mistakes when they take the field on Saturday morning at Oxford or it could be another disappointing road trip for Gus Malzahn’s team.
After a startling loss to South Carolina on the road, Auburn fell out of the top-25 polls and will try to fix course with another SEC road matchup as the Tigers travel to Oxford, Mississippi to face Ole Miss on Saturday.
This weekend, 14th-ranked Auburn will hit the road for the second time this season to face unranked South Carolina in a pivotal game for the Tigers, who have looked lackluster on both sides of the ball through three games.
Just two games into the 2020 Southeastern Conference football season, only four teams remain unbeaten, which is a by-product of the revised schedule with no non-league contests.
Week three of SEC play is underway as Auburn offensive coordinator Chad Morris will take on his former employer and the Tigers will try to right the ship after a demoralizing loss to Georgia.
This past Saturday was the best college football that we have had this season. There were a couple of upsets within the Top 10. There will be many more upsets during this all-conference schedule.
As Gus Malzahn’s football team prepares for its first road game of the season on Saturday night at Georgia, the offense will need to be prepared for a major challenge between the hedges. There is a good chance that the Bulldogs have the SEC’s most talented defense.
Week four, or week one if you are the SEC, is in the books and with all the craziness that happened, all eyes are on what will happen in week two. This Saturday features the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, as the No. 7 Auburn Tigers face the No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs.
The No. 8 Auburn Tigers will take the field for the first time this season against the No. 23 Kentucky Wildcats. This will be the first time Auburn has played Kentucky at home since 2009. After going through one of the strangest and unpredictable off-seasons in college football history, thes…
With the season kicking off on Saturday, many will be closely watching the offense, wondering what kind of effect Chad Morris will bring into the year, or the defense, wondering who will fill the massive holes created by the loss of Derrick Brown and Marlon Davidson. There is one unit that c…
When Gus Malzahn was talking about his early signees last December and again after the traditional football signing day in February, Auburn’s head coach made the point that he thought the Tigers had plenty of help on the way. Heading into the opener, he needs that to be the case.
Coach Kevin Steele’s philosophy of relying heavily on key backups is one of the reasons the Auburn football team has a chance to open the season in good shape on the defensive side of the line of scrimmage. That could be on display this season, especially in the secondary.
Auburn football's coordinators virtually sat down with reporters last week for the first time since last season as the Tigers put the finishing touches on fall camp and prepare for game week.
As Auburn nears the start of the season, the Covid-19 numbers have taken a small but inconvenient rise. After two rounds of no positives, the Tigers' recent round of testing resulted in two positives and 10 quarantined, including five expected starters, according to coach Gus Malzahn in his…
With August in the books and the season-opener just more than two weeks away, the Auburn football team is working to put the finishing touches on its preparations during fall camp.
One of the keys to success for the 2020 Auburn football team’s offense is developing suitable replacements for a pair of multi-year starters at the tackle spots.
College football opened the 2020 season last Saturday night with an FCS contest played at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery. More teams will get into action over the Labor Day holiday weekend. And for Auburn and other teams in the SEC, on Saturday they will be three weeks away from their openers.
In what may be the biggest storyline outside of Covid this offseason, whispers coming from the locker room seem to point to a redesigned and fresh take on offense.
I wasn’t surprised when Auburn officials announced plans for opening the football season with a maximum of just 20 percent of the seats being used at Jordan-Hare Stadium. It was a little bit surprising that the decision was made to allocate almost all of the game one seats for students, alth…