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The Tigers came out strong, getting on the board first with a turnover followed by a 3-pointer from Samir Doughty. Despite the Flyers playing the Tigers tight, the first half ended 51-32 in favor of the Tigers. Auburn’s effort did not translate into their score as the tigers went 12 for 33 in 3-point and 28 for 61 in total shot attempts.
Bay and Jacob have their final show of the semester and discuss the Heisman race and NFL postseason race. Will it be Kyler or Tua? What teams will make it as a wild card? Also, in the third segment of the show, they have a sit down interview with Auburn freshman pitcher Richard Fitts. At the end of the show, they give their New Year's Six and weekly NFL predictions.
Auburn men’s basketball continues to dominant in non-conference play with a win tonight by a score of 67-41 against the Bulldogs.
For the first time in the history of WEGL, you won't hear the game live on the radio.
Auburn is now searching for a new offensive coordinator for the second time in three seasons. According to reports, Chip Lindsey will not return after serving two seasons on staff. Lindsey will reportedly head to Kansas to join Les Miles’ staff in the same position.
The Auburn women’s basketball team defeated Oklahoma (2-5) 95-79 in the SEC/BIG 12 Challenge Sunday afternoon at Auburn Arena.
After a 7-5 season, Auburn will be making its sixth consecutive post-season appearance against the 6-6 Purdue Boilermakers.
The full broadcast of Beauregard's big win over Loachapoka 66-38 Friday night.
Hear from Beauregard head coach Carson Grier as the Hornets get a big win 66-38 over Loachapoka Friday night.
WEGL 91.1 FM is proud to announce that they have picked up Beauregard Men’s Basketball for the 2018-19 season. Games will be broadcasted either on live radio at 91.1 FM or online at weglfm.com. For the first time ever, select games will be streamed on Twitter Live. All broadcasts will be available the next day on SoundClound and on iTunes by searching WEGL 91.1.
Bay and Jacob discuss the Iron Bowl and the drama surrounding Gus Malzahn's future. After their weekly NFL recap and discussion, the guys analyze Auburn basketball's trip to the Maui Invitational tournament and how it will help build the team's credibility for this season. Finally, Bay and Jacob give their week 13 NFL and College Football championship week predictions. To close, Jacob poses the question, "What kind of chaos could we see in the College Football Playoff after this week?"
After a 2-1 showing in the Maui Invitational, the Auburn Tigers returned to Auburn Arena after a week off from competition. They are seeking a strong finish in non-conference play to keep up the early season momentum.
The Auburn Men’s Basketball team crushed the Saint Peter’s Peacocks at home Wednesday night 99-49. The Tigers showed no sign of turning down the heat following their performance at the Maui Invitational tournament last week.
Noah and Jared discuss the ongoing saga with Gus Malzahn's contract. Is the new contract unfair to Malzahn? Did you agree with Tommy Tubberville's comments? In the second hour, Brooks joins the show and the guys talk about the playoff picture heading into the conference championships. Is UCF being wronged? Does Georgia have a chance in the SEC Championship? Find out and more on this edition of The Wake-Up Call.
Noah and Jared discuss where media outlets have Auburn projected to play in bowl season. They also debate what would happen if Alabama lost on Saturday. In the second hour, Jack joins the show to talk about the Alliance of American Football. The guys wrap up the show by talking about their wish list for items for Auburn heading into 2019.
Noah and Jared analyze Auburn's defeat in the Iron Bowl. Were Malzahn's key coaching decisions poor? Is it time for changes to be made on the offensive coaching staff? In the second hour, Brooks joins the show, and they spin the Wheel of Misfortune. They also examine Auburn basketball's impressive run in the Maui Invitational on this edition of The Wake-Up Call.
The Auburn Tigers came into the 83rd Iron Bowl with a record of 7-4 hoping to upset the top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. It seemed like the Tigers could make it happen during the first half, but ultimately Tua Tagovailoa played like the Heisman contender that he is.
Bay and Jacob have their last show before Thanksgiving break. Can Oklahoma compete with Alabama? What was wrong with Auburn's game plan against Georgia?
The Auburn women’s basketball team signed five players to National Letters of Intent in the 2019-20 early signing period, coach Terri Williams-Flournoy announced.