One of the key players returning for Auburn’s 2021 baseball season told me he is determined to have a strong performance on the do-over for his junior year.
This week’s preview focuses on a position that is expected to have both the depth and experience and to be the strong point of Auburn’s defense this season: the linebackers.
With college football fall camp coming within sight, this week’s preview focuses on a position that has been a force to be reckoned with over the past few seasons: the defensive line.
Although the current restrictions on recruiting have certainly cramped the style of Auburn’s Bruce Pearl and his staff, as well as other college basketball coaches around the country, three strong seasons in a row have helped put the Tigers in the mix with plenty of good prospects.
One of the top tacklers in Auburn history, Gregg Carr, is on the ballot for consideration to the College Football Hall of Fame the organization announced on Tuesday.
With college football progressing toward a regular fall start, it is never too early to begin taking a look at the players whose names you could hear this fall in Jordan-Hare Stadium, over the radio waves, or on your television screens. This week’s preview focuses on quarterback and wide rec…
Coach Bruce Pearl’s returning basketball players and the five newcomers for Auburn’s 2020-21 roster started on-campus conditioning workouts this week after being exiled from campus since March. The Tigers and other college basketball teams are still awaiting word on when they can begin full …
When Auburn ended its 2019 campaign, coaches knew that they would be losing one of their most consistent running backs in Kam Martin. The senior ended his career 29th all-time in career yardage for Auburn. While Martin was never able to become the workhorse running back, he stuck it out at A…
If things had fallen into place for Coach Butch Thompson’s Auburn University baseball team, the Tigers might have been in Omaha today preparing for the opening game of the College World Series.
As the COVID-19 pandemic began to rise during the spring, many of the sports beloved in the South were canceled, and many of Auburn’s athletic programs saw their seasons come to a crashing halt.
Of the thousands of memories I have about Pat Dye from his dozen years as head coach of the Auburn football team and the decades he has lived in this area since then, nothing stands out more than my belief that he was the right man at the right place at the right time for Auburn University. …
Auburn lost a legend on Monday as former head football coach Pat Dye died at the age of 80 after being hospitalized last month with kidney-related issues and testing positive for Covid-19.
Decisions by the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA last week will allow college athletes to resume on campus training on June. Dating back to March, they have been on their own regarding their workouts since on-campus classes were changed to on-line sessions and the athletes were sent hom…
After a slow start on the football recruiting front for Auburn’s 2021 class, four verbal commitments last weekend doubled the size of the group while adding star power in the process.
With the addition of six-foot-eleven center Dylan Cardwell to the signee class, Coach Bruce Pearl’s basketball team has added much needed height for the upcoming season’s roster.
With no spring training to sort out who will be replacing the half dozen Auburn players selected in the 2020 National Football League Draft, figuring out who will be stepping into those positions will be a high priority whenever Coach Gus Malzahn’s team returns to practice.
While Derrick Brown and Marlon Davidson made wise and profitable choices by deciding to return for their senior seasons as Auburn football players, just one of their two junior teammates who entered the 2020 NFL Draft made smart moves by checking out early.
Six former Auburn players heard their name called in last week's NFL Draft, moving them closer to fulfilling their childhood dreams of suiting up and playing in the pros.
Interviewing former Auburn football player Javaris Davis for an article regarding this week’s NFL Draft, the cornerback shared some interesting comments on his situation along with his thoughts on the 2020 Auburn Tigers.
Last year, six Auburn players were selected in the National Football League draft, a number that could be matched or surpassed at this year’s event that starts next Thursday and runs through Saturday.
With college football in a holding pattern due to the coronavirus scare, Auburn’s coaches and others around the country are trying to stay in touch with their players by phone calls, text messages, social media and video conferencing.
While Coach Bruce Pearl’s program continues its upward climb in the college basketball world the same thing cannot be said about what is happening with Auburn women’s hoops.
In normal times, sports fans would be hanging on the edge of their seats right now as March Madness delivered its usual buzzer-beaters and upsets or planning a trip to The Plains to catch a first glimpse of next season's Auburn football team at the A-Day game.
While in-person recruiting is in a holding pattern for Auburn coaches and other basketball programs around the country by a decree from the NCAA during the coronavirus scare, Coach Bruce Pearl and his staff are hoping for good news this spring as they look to restock a roster that for a seco…
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, the city of Auburn has taken steps to mitigate the virus' impact on the community, including canceling Parks and Recreation programming throughout the city.
I am always going to wonder what kind of run this year’s senior-led Auburn basketball team could have made in the SEC and NCAA tournaments if the season had not ended prematurely because of the national fears about coronavirus.
The Southeastern Conference announced today that the remainder of the SEC men's basketball tournament currently taking place in Nashville has been canceled due to the latest developments surrounding the spread of COVID-19.
After a 34-year separation between the program winning its only two Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament titles, Coach Bruce Pearl’s Auburn Tigers will take the court in Nashville on Friday evening with a chance to win back-to-back titles.
The Auburn men's basketball team will try to recapture the magic of last year's SEC tournament-winning run starting Friday when the Tigers take on either Missouri or Texas A&M in a quarterfinal matchup in Nashville.
For Auburn’s 2019 seniors who didn’t receive invitations to last week’s National Football League Combine this is a very important week in their quest to impress the pros.
While history points toward defeat, hopes run high as the No. 15 Auburn men’s basketball team travels to Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky to stand toe-to-toe with the Wildcats.
This year's version of Auburn basketball almost defies description, but one thing's for sure —on a given Tuesday/Wednesday and Saturday the blood pressure of Auburn fans is likely spiking well past healthy levels.
The Tigers won’t start spring football practice until the middle of March, but that doesn’t mean Auburn’s players in that sport aren’t keeping busy as college basketball heads into its prime season and a variety of other Auburn athletes are competing.
No. 8 Auburn Baseball (4-0) kicked off its season in style with a four-game series sweep against the University of Illinois-Chicago at Plainsman Park last weekend.
Even though it is very early in the season all signs point towards the 2020 Tigers having more potential than any baseball team I have seen at Auburn in a long time.
The No. 11 Auburn men's basketball team will try to keep its perch atop the SEC standings when it hits to road for two tough matchups against Missouri and Georgia.
The Auburn Swimming and Diving team will look to make a splash at the SEC Championships, which start Tuesday at Auburn University's Martin Aquatics Center.
Even though the start of the season is here before good baseball weather has arrived, Plainsman Park is expected to be a busy place in the coming days. For Butch Thompson this is a special time of year filled with anticipation as his Tigers dive head-first into the 2020 schedule with five ga…