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Auburn aims for back to back wins when it hosts long-time rival LSU at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Halloween. Saturday’s game will be the first time both teams enter the matchup unranked since 1999.
Who would have thought the defending national champions would be 2-2 and unranked entering the last weekend in October? To be fair, LSU lost an absurd amount of talent in the NFL Draft and then saw some key players opt out over COVID-19 concerns (most notably standout wide receiver Ja'marr Chase).
After an explosive performance on the road at Ole Miss, Seth Williams was recognized by the SEC as Co-Offensive Player of the Week. It feels warranted after his bounce-back performance, which saw him catch eight passes for 150 yards and the go-ahead touchdown.
This past Saturday, the freshman Cartavious “Tank” Bigsby posted his third consecutive 100+ yard rushing performance for a team high 129 yards on 24 carries in Auburn’s 35-28 victory over Ole Miss. The SEC freshman of the week leads the conference in all-purpose yardage (163.2/gm) and ranks third nationally.
Auburn, AL. - The Tiger Bowl is in unfamiliar territory this year with both teams unranked. Halloween afternoon is a great opportunity for either team to stretch their winning streak and continue their midseason momentum.
The Tigers visited Oxford for the 15th time Saturday to take on the 1-3 Ole Miss Rebels. Both teams were looking to recover from poor road performances, but it was the Tigers who ultimately came out on top. After some late drama, Gus Malzahn’s team finished the game 35-28.
Bo Nix and the Auburn Tigers hit the road again this Saturday when they travel to Oxford to take on Ole Miss. The Tigers stand at 2-2 this season, going 2-0 at home and 0-2 on the road. The offense, led by Bo Nix, has struggled in their road games this season, not scoring a single touchdown in Athens and turning the ball over three times in Columbia last week.
It’s been 34 days since the Auburn Tigers played their first match in their home opener against Mississippi State back on Sep. 18. Now ranked 14th by United Soccer Coaches, the Tigers remain the only undefeated team and one of five teams nationally ranked in the Southeastern Conference.
Auburn Volleyball will face off against University of Florida again coming off of a home season opener defeat in Auburn arena last night. The girls got off to a slow start losing the first two sets 14-25 and caught some traction in the third set keeping it to 20-25. Outside hitter Val Green led the team with 8 kills and two blocks. On the defensive side, Tatum Shipes led the team in digs with 11.
Mediocrity is not a word that has been associated with Kevin Steele’s defense in the past, but with injuries and recent performances it is becoming the norm.
Despite a few glimmers into Auburn’s potential complexion under new head coach Brent Crouch, the Tigers were unable to get a season opening victory. The fourth-ranked Florida Gators showed that they belonged in the upper-echelon of SEC volleyball programs and got the sweep against the Tigers tonight.
The Auburn volleyball team will open their season Wednesday, October 21 at 7 p.m. when they host the Florida Gators. The Tigers and Gators also square off on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. These two matches are the first of eight SEC matches this fall for Auburn and the rest of the league.
After a frustrating loss in Columbia, Auburn looks to correct its course in Oxford, Mississippi.
15th ranked Auburn headed to Columbia to play unranked South Carolina for the first time since 2014, and the first time in William-Brice Stadium since 2011. Despite a late comeback attempt, Auburn was unable to escape with the victory.