With Ryan Davis and Darius Slayton both now in the NFL, Auburn will have a tall task in replacing their top two wideouts from last year.
Auburn linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator Travis Williams knows a thing or two about being a leader, having served as the on-field commander on one of the best defenses in program history, the 2004 squad that helped lead the Tigers to an undefeated season.
Auburn legacy Bo Nix will become the first true freshman to start a season-opener at Auburn in more than 70 years when he laces up his shoes and hits the field in Arlington for the Tigers' matchup against Oregon.
For a second consecutive year Auburn will open a football season against an opponent projected to be one of the top teams in the Pac-12. Last year the Tigers took a hard-fought 21-16 victory at Atlanta over the Washington Huskies, the team forecast to finish as the runner-up in the Pac-12’s …
While JaTarvious "Boobee" Whitlow is the clear-cut starter at running back and senior Kam Martin a sure-thing to pick up his fair share of carries, sophomore Shaun Shivers seems poised to see his role in the offense increase, perhaps significantly.
Congratulations to Andy Burcham, the new voice of the Auburn Tigers for football and men’s basketball radio broadcasts. He is a logical choice to replace the late Rod Bramblett and is someone who should move seamlessly into his expanded role after being a part of the Auburn sports scene for …
Longtime Auburn radio personality Andy Burcham has been named the new Voice of the Auburn Tigers, and will serve as the lead announcer for Auburn football, men's basketball and baseball.
After a bye week, the Auburn football team will host rival Georgia the third weekend in November. For the most part, the Bulldogs have had Auburn’s number in recent years. winning five of the last six meetings. The Bulldogs again will present the Tigers with one of their greatest challenges …
While the defensive line garners most of the praise, accolades and attention on the Auburn defense, the secondary might be the position group in line for most improved on that side of the ball for the Tigers.
Go back to May 31 and the Tigers had six commitments in their 2020 recruiting class. Fast forward two months and the Tigers 2020 class features 17 players and has shot up to the No. 12 class in the country.
Bolstered by veteran groups at defensive line and defensive back, the Auburn defense has hit the ground running in fall camp with the expectation to be the best unit fielded by the Tigers during Gus Malzahn's tenure.
With most eyes fixed on the quarterback battle between Joey Gatewood and true freshman Bo Nix, a lot of attention should also be given to the group tasked to protect them.
After going 5-7 and missing out on a bowl game for the second straight year, Ole Miss head coach Matt Luke has his work cut out going into year three. The Rebels also lost a considerable amount of talent from last year’s team, including first team All-SEC performers A.J. Brown and Greg Little.
In recent seasons the phrase “Auburn Fast” hasn’t accurately described the way Gus Malzahn’s football teams played the majority of the time. However, with the head coach resuming his role as the full-time play-caller and being more involved with the day-to-day offensive practices, a change i…
Auburn hasn’t beaten rival LSU in Baton Rouge since 1999. The Tigers came close in 2017 before blowing a 20-0 lead, but will try to snap that streak on the last Saturday in October and prevent LSU from winning three straight.
Aside from the competition for the starting quarterback job between Joey Gatewood and Bo Nix, one of the most anticipated position battles of fall camp will be for the large hole left at defensive tackle by the departure of Dontavius Russell.
With preseason football practice starting at Auburn this week and the opener vs. the Oregon Ducks only a month away, Gus Malzahn has talked about the 2019 defense having the potential to be the strongest one since he has been coaching the Tigers.
After the Auburn rushing attack put in its worst season since 2012, finishing 10th in the SEC with 167 yards a game in 2018, Gus Malzahn has emphasized pounding the football and the downhill run game heading into fall camp.
It looks like the unusually young coordinator Gus Malzahn hired could be a good fit for the Auburn football program in multiple ways. The head coach raised more than a few eyebrows in December when he announced that 28-year-old Kenny Dillingham was replacing Chip Lindsey as AU’s quarterback …
Led by Marlon Davidson, who has started all 39 games he has appeared in at Auburn, the Tigers will head into the 2019 football season with seven players who have started 20 or more college games and four more with 10 or more starts.
It's that time of year when sports writers across the Southeast gather together at SEC Media Days to hear coaches coachspeak, listen to each team's star players and, typically, offer wrong prognostications on which school will emerge as the conference champion.
Auburn hasn’t played Florida since 2011 and the Tigers haven’t traveled to The Swamp in over a decade. That will change when Auburn travels to The Swamp for an early October road game that could be one of the team's toughest all season.
With Southeastern Conference Football Media Days on the schedule next week at Hoover, it will be interesting to see where the Tigers are picked to finish in the league and which players are considered worthy of preseason All-SEC status.
Every season, a new set of star players emerge — with another year of experience, some players take that leap into stardom. As Auburn turns the page from a mostly disappointing 2018 season, the development of key players is crucial.
After an embarrassing 23-9 loss in Starkville this past season, Auburn will get its chance for revenge when the Tigers square off at home against Mississippi State in late September.
The NCAA's decision to move the three-point line back to the distance used in the international game will likely have a positive impact on the game overall.
After facing an overmatched opponent in Kent State at home, the Tigers will travel to College Station, Texas, to face Texas A&M in the team's first true road game of the year.
Looking at the big picture with how Auburn’s athletic teams performed during the 2018-19 academic year the Tigers trended up, but there is still room for improvement.
Auburn University officials need to get their act together and move forward with long-planned upgrades for Plainsman Park, something that was originally supposed to happen two head coaches prior to the arrival of Butch Thompson, who just finished his fourth season in charge of the program.
Last season was a bit of a mixed bag in terms of Auburn’s special teams play. On one hand, the Tigers had an excellent punter and fielded a solid return game. On the other hand, inconsistencies in the kicking game prevented the Tigers from reaching their full potential.
Soon after forward Chuma Okeke went to the floor with a torn ACL in the Tigers' Sweet 16 matchup with North Carolina, many thought the sophomore would return to the Plains for another season to rehab and increase his stock in the NBA Draft.
In a surprising development, talented sophomore buck end Richard Jibunor has decided he will no longer be an Auburn Tiger. The native Nigerian announced on Saturday that he would be entering the NCAA's transfer portal.
Auburn was smack dab in the middle of the SEC in passing yards allowed in 2018 with a per game average of 219.5 and at the bottom in the conference in long passing plays (20+ yards) allowed.
Eight years ago, Auburn kicker Wes Byrum hit a 19-yard field goal as time expired to beat Oregon, giving the Tigers their first national championship since 1957.
The day Auburn made the decision to remove Sonny Golloway as head coach of the baseball team the program took a leap forward in a positive direction.
Perhaps the biggest wildcard among Auburn position groups in 2019 is what the Tigers will do at linebacker. The Tigers face the daunting task of replacing three veteran starters from last year’s linebacker corps in seniors Deshaun Davis, Montavious Atkinson and Darrell Williams.
Fifty-one flight teams consisting of 113 women pilots from across the United States will compete in the Air Race Classic (ARC) — a 2,538-mile, 10-leg race starting in Jackson, Tennessee and ending in Welland, Ontario in Canada.
Regardless of what happens this weekend at the College World Series in Omaha, the Auburn baseball team will cap off one of the Tigers' most memorable years in sports, primarily because of outstanding performances by the winter and spring athletic teams.
Bruce Pearl took a page from Auburn football's recruiting playbook last weekend when the Tigers' basketball program hosted a group of high-profile recruits for Big Cat Weekend.
After a thrilling weekend that saw the Auburn baseball team rout Coastal Carolina and sweep two games over host Georgia Tech to win the Atlanta Regional, the Tigers are two wins away from making their first College World Series appearance since 1997.
Recruits from across the country gathered in Auburn for the annual premier recruiting showcase — Big Cat Weekend. The event acts as Auburn’s biggest football recruiting weekend of the year with upwards of 30 recruits attending this year.
Dee Ford, Carl Lawson, Jeff Holland: Auburn has had its fair share of elite pass rushing talent in recent years. With the Tigers returning every defensive end and buck from 2018, Auburn has the potential to field one of the best defensive line units in the country.
With offensive linemen a very high priority for Auburn’s 2020 football recruiting class, Gus Malzahn and his staff received good news during Big Cat Weekend when Central High tackle Javion Cohen announced he will play for the Tigers.
Auburn fans won't have far to travel this weekend to see the Auburn baseball team compete in the NCAA Tournament, as the Tigers landed the No. 2 seed in the Atlanta Regional.
When I remember the late Rod Bramblett what will stand out is the passion he brought to his job and how much he appreciated his opportunity to be the play-by-play voice for Auburn football, men’s basketball and baseball games.