How many times did you hear this little gem last week: “SEC Media Days is the unofficial start to the football season?”
Basketball is always the first thing on Bruce Pearl’s mind. As the head coach of Auburn’s men’s basketball team, which advanced to its first Final Four in history this past season, Pearl has a lot of expectations to live up to.
The picks are in. On Friday, following the conclusion of SEC Media Days, the SEC released the media’s predictions for the upcoming season, and both Auburn and Alabama were represented well on the three preseason All-SEC teams.
Allen Greene has been the Auburn University director of athletics for only 18 months. But it’s pretty clear even in that short period of time, he’s become an Auburn Tiger.
SEC Media Days are finally here and that means football season isn’t far behind. Here are a few miscellaneous thoughts and comments heading into SEC Media Days...
It seems success is coming out of Auburn’s ears these days in the sports world, so it seems incredibly fitting the Lake Martin Auburn Club would ask AU director of athletics Allen Greene to be its guest speaker this year.
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I highly doubt any casual fan of SEC sports even knew Auburn University had a softball program prior to 2014. Tina Deese deserves a lot of credit for nurturing the program from infancy in 1997 until 2013, but the Tigers simply weren’t very good for the majority of those 17 years.
Auburn’s four quarterbacks each impressed in Saturday’s A-Day game, teaming up to complete 29 of 36 passes for 367 yards and five touchdowns in a high-powered first half.
Back at the beginning of the college basketball season, Carson Dark asked his dad, John Dark, to take him to the Final Four. It’s an experience the 2018 Benjamin Russell graduate has always wanted as a lifelong college hoops fan.
There are only four more days of college basketball this season which means the long, seven-month wait between games is way too close. However, after a thrilling weekend of Elite 8 games, basketball fans are expecting to see more of the same across the final six games of the season.
On April 6, 2013, the Auburn men’s basketball team was looking for answers after recording its lowest win total in 24 seasons. One year later, the Tigers were three weeks into the Bruce Pearl era with dreams of building a program that could compete with the blue bloods of college basketball.
The Auburn Tigers wrapped up the regular-season on Saturday with a thrilling victory over the No. 5 Tennessee Volunteers 84-80 in front of a sold-out crowd at Auburn Arena.
The college basketball regular season is winding down, but the excitement of March Madness won’t truly begin for a couple of weeks. The college baseball and softball seasons are just beginning, but we won’t know a lot about the teams until conference season begins in a couple of weeks.
The Auburn Tigers swept the Cincinnati Bearcats this weekend in a three-game set at Plainsman Park bringing their overall record to 9-2 on the season.
Major college athletics needs a commissioner — someone who is willing to listen to multiple arguments for improvement then make tough (even if unpopular) decisions, someone who understands today’s landscape of player empowerment while maintaining valuable traditions unique to college sports.
The Auburn Tigers’ men’s basketball team has lost three in a row and fallen out of the Top 25 bringing its Southeastern Conference record to 2-4 on the year. It’s a stark contrast to a season ago when the Tigers opened league play 5-1 through the first six games.
Former Auburn All-American Carnell ‘Cadillac’ Williams has been named running backs coach at Auburn, Tiger head coach Gus Malzahn announced Wednesday. Williams helped lead Auburn to an undefeated season in 2004 while earning All-America honors that year. The 2005 NFL Rookie of the Year, Will…