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For the final show of the semester, Bay and Jacob open the show by discussing Auburn Baseball's outlook for the rest of the season including this week's Vanderbilt series. They then preview everything in the NFL Draft including No. 1 overall pick possibilities, QB prospects and Auburn prospects. They conclude the show by previewing the remaining matchups in the first round of the NBA Playoffs.
After months of speculation the NFL Draft is finally here. If you are reading this, then I'm sure you've read the latest mock drafts from Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay. Now it's time to flex my NFL knowledge (or lack thereof) to provide you with another hit of the most addicting source of speculation in sports media... an NFL mock draft.
Bay and Jacob discuss why Auburn Baseball is in a slump right now. They then recap the NBA Playoffs so far, and predict who they see moving on. Later, the guys give their takes on the newly released NFL schedules. Finally, the show ends with Bay and Jacob talking about the woes of the Red Sox and the Atlanta Braves.
Bay and Jacob open the show discussing Jared Harper's departure and how Auburn will replace him. They then preview Auburn's A-Day game and the biggest storylines heading into the scrimmage. The second half of the show is full of NBA talk honoring Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki then discussing the controversial move by Magic Johnson. To end the show, they each give their NBA playoff predictions.
Auburn came up short in another midweek game after an exhausting a weekend series against Arkansas at home. An early offensive explosion and a strong start from Garett looked to set the team in a positive direction, but six scoreless offensive frames and a season-high number of walks leaves the home team saddled with yet another weekday loss.
Despite clinching the series, Auburn falls in series finale to Tennessee 8-1.
Bay and Jacob discuss Auburn's Final Four loss to Virginia and take a trip down memory lane by recapping Auburn's historic season.
I'll be brief, the answer is no.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN— The Auburn Tigers line up tonight and goes toe-to-toe with the Virginia Cavaliers. It is a game that will sure to be a clash of styles. Auburn plays a “space and pace” style that feeds off of chaos and is at its best when it can run and force turnovers. Virginia plays a methodical, disciplined style that suffocates and drains you with its defense while playing extremely patient on offense. This game will be a battle of wills. Who is more committed to who they are and forcing their opponent to play that way? The college basketball world is going to know in just a few hours.
Auburn basketball will be facing off against Virginia Saturday in its Final Four game in program history, but we will look into another Final Four team in Texas Tech, that Auburn could face in a potential championship game, if the Tigers emerge victorious over Virginia.
Auburn is set to play in their first ever Final Four, and this has been due to the magnificent turnaround of the program by Bruce Pearl, who is in his fifth season as head coach. Times are currently better than ever on the Plains, but a few years ago, there was a different feeling towards the basketball program.
Bay and Jacob recap Auburn's wins against North Carolina and Kentucky in the NCAA tournament. They then talk about the struggles of the Boston Red Sox along with the Atlanta Braves, early in the season. Finally for the second half of the show, Bay and Jacob breakdown the Final Four matchups for the weekend and give their predictions to see who will be cutting down the nets.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri — I am supposed to give an Auburn-Virginia preview right now, but you know what, I am going to get on my soapbox a little bit. Auburn fans, I hope you realize that you are watching the greatest Auburn basketball team of all time. This team has shown more heart and resilience than I have ever seen in a basketball team. This team deserves your support, and by golly, it deserves you to show up in Minneapolis to support them against Virginia.
Jared Harper was named the Midwest Regional’s Most Outstanding Player following Auburn’s Elite Eight overtime victory over Kentucky. He scored 26 points while recording five assists, four rebounds, three steals and two blocks. He averaged 17.5 points per game and 6.5 assists per game through the first four games of the NCAA Tournament. When Auburn needed Harper most, he delivered.