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Throughout the past couple of seasons, the identity of Auburn football has slowly become that of a defensive team, led by 4th year coordinator Kevin Steele. Despite the presence of Head Coach and offensive guru Gus Malzahn, who created some incredible offenses in 2010 and 2013, the defense has recently taken center stage for the Tigers.
Auburn defeated a strong mid-major team in Davidson by 10 points on Friday in the Veterans Classic. It was a neutral site showdown in Annapolis, Maryland hosted by Navy. The Tigers were led by freshman Isaac Okoro in his second career game.
Through 9 games this season, the Auburn offense has had its fair share of ups and downs. In those 9 games the Tigers offense have alternated between being downright explosive and struggling to move the ball 10 yards downfield.
Freshman Annie Hughes and sophomore Brooke Moore make a big impact for Tigers in first game of the season. It may have seemed tough for the Tigers to replace the talent lost, but Hughes and Moore were ready for the challenge. Auburn gets its first victory against Wofford despite having to play several freshmen during the game.
Auburn returns home from Baton Rouge in hopes of securing their first SEC win of the season against Kentucky.
Auburn has endured the toughest schedule in the country this year, and they currently are ranked 12th with a 7-2 record on the season. According to the eye test, that’s a great mark considering a true freshman is the starting quarterback and is still learning on the job.
It is probably not the style of basketball that Auburn fans have been accustomed to seeing from the Tigers, but the team found a way to pick up the win. A squad that has been known for their defensive prowess in years past beat Wofford 84-82 last night to begin the 2019-2020 campaign.
Fresh off the best season in program history, Auburn's men’s basketball team took down Georgia Southern 83-74 in their season opener Tuesday night. The win was not the beat-down fans saw in last year’s opener, but Georgia Southern is what Bruce Pearl calls “One of the most challenging scouts for an opening game”.
Sneakers squeaking, glistening hardwood floors, the sweet sound of a ball going through the net, crazy student sections, that can only mean one thing… SEC Basketball is back!!!
One thing about the Auburn offense this year is that it’s like an older muscle car; sometimes it takes awhile to get started but when its motor is running, it still has enough power in its engine to efficiently move.
As the calendar turns to November, the struggles stay the same for Auburn volleyball, as they lose to Mississippi State in straight sets (27-25, 25-21, 25-22) Friday night at Auburn Arena.
The music industry’s female powerhouse Kacey Musgraves ended the North American leg of her Oh, What a World Tour II in Nashville, TN on October, 25, 2019 for an unforgettable experience.
Auburn falls 3-1 to the Bulldogs, with no conference wins this season
The SEC West is a three horse race this season with #1 Alabama, #2 LSU, and #9 Auburn all gunning for a ticket to Atlanta. With only one loss between the 3 teams, a case could be made that any of the 3 could be CFP champions come January. The teams have a lot of buzz surrounding them as we go into week 10, so we’ll try and break down how each team can get to the SEC Championship.
Auburn hockey opens at two-game series Friday night against Middle Tennessee State. The Tigers enter the matchup on a three-game winning streak and are coming off a two-game series sweep of Clemson last weekend.
There is a lot to like about the direction Auburn's women basketball team is heading. Last year the Tigers won 22 games, were above .500 in conference play, and made the second round of the NCAA tournament. With Coach Flo leading the way, the Tigers should have another successful year.
For Auburn fans in particular, the question of whether or not Auburn can keep up weighs heavily on some.
What must Auburn do to beat Joe Burrow and LSU? There are five things that I believe will make all the difference in the Tiger Bowl.