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WEGL Radio and Campus Recreation are teaming up to bring all four intramural championship games to you tomorrow. All for games will be broadcast LIVE on Twitter and for the first time be a TV stream. The games will be on Court 2 starting at 6pm.
The regular season has come and gone for the SEC, which means: it's tournament time! All fourteen teams are seeded based off of their regular season records, and the top four seeds receive a double bye. Despite some late season turmoil, LSU is the number one seed, followed by Kentucky, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Auburn is the fifth seed by virtue of a tie with South Carolina (The Gamecocks own the tiebreaker). The tournament is held in Nashville and play begins on Wednesday.
The Auburn Tigers headed into the 2018-19 campaign with lofty expectations following a regular season SEC title and their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2003. Auburn lost Mustapha Heron, Desean Murray and Davion Mitchell from that tournament team, but added Austin Wiley, Danjel Purifoy and Samir Doughty. Auburn’s regular season was a roller coaster but ended on a high note.
AUBURN, Ala. (WEGL) — For Auburn’s baseball chaplain Scott Shepherd, two things have always been a constant in his life: his love for the game of baseball and his love for Auburn. However, he would say that both pale in comparison to his love for the Lord.
During Pro Days most of the national focus is on freak athletes who impressed at the Combine or players who underperformed in Indianapolis, but the most interesting stories here are the guys performing in front of scouts and GMs for the first time and trying to make any kind of impression on them.
Both teams look to bounce back from disappointing starts to conference play, but Vanderbilt might prove to be too much for both teams. The women's team needs big performances from their stars, and the men's team needs to close out matches.
In the preseason expectations were to make the playoff, now, a month left in the regular season, sub-par is the only way to describe the Los Angeles Lakers.
Bay and Jacob recap how Auburn completed the season sweep of Alabama, then discuss Auburn baseball. In the third segment, they talk about the GOAT debate between Michael Jordan and Lebron James. Finally, they review the latest bracketology before the final weekend of the regular season and conference tournaments.
Carter Byrd and Sumner Martin sit down with former Auburn and current Cincinnati baseball player Jeremy Johnson after Cincinnati squared off against Auburn.
It wasn’t pretty at the end, but Auburn forced the door closed for Mississippi State as they fought late for a close home victory 80 to 75.
Bay and Jacob discuss Bryce Harper finally signing with the Philadelphia Phillies, then recap Auburn's exciting victory over Georgia. Who will step up as the Sunday starter for Auburn baseball? What is wrong with the Lakers and Celtics?
The Auburn Tigers women's basketball team fell at home to No. 14 South Carolina on Thursday night in rare fashion.
Auburn's home finale sums up how the season has been: good but not good enough to defeat the top teams in the SEC. The Tigers fell to the No.14 South Carolina Gamecocks 73-66 Thursday night at Auburn Arena.
Jared and Carter interview Marc Weiszer, a Georgia Basketball beat reporter for the Athens Banner-Herald as Auburn gets ready to take on Georgia.
On today's edition of The Xtra Point Jared, Carter and Bay discuss NBA Basketball and the Lakers as the possible implosions near. Also Robert Kraft update, Raiders stay in Oakland, Harden's streak ends and Jared and Carter go inside the numbers of Georgia Basketball and interview Marc Weiszer, a Georgia Basketball beat reporter for the Athens Banner-Herald.
"My seniors are special," coach Terry Williams-Flournoy said. "Any seniors that have been here for four years and play in our system, kudos to them because it's tough."