The No. 23 Auburn Tigers hosted the Florida Gators over at the Auburn Soccer Complex this afternoon. Auburn was looking to improve to 11-3 overall and 4-2 in the SEC on the year. Florida was looking to bring their record to 4-8-3 overall and 2-3-1 in the SEC.
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The Auburn Tigers hosted the Missouri Tigers in volleyball today at Auburn Arena. I was in studio for the game, Jacob Goins and Noah Phillips were over at Auburn Arena. Auburn was 10-6 going into the match, Missouri was 3-15.
Bo Nix led the way with the best road game of his Auburn career, boosting the Tigers to 5-2 on the season and snapping a six-game losing streak against teams ranked in the Top 25.
Lake Street Dive take on the Magic City on their Fall 2021 tour.
No. 23 Auburn (10-3-0, 4-2-0 SEC) will look to stay undefeated at home in SEC play this Sunday when they play host to the Florida Gators (3-8-3, 2-3-1 SEC). Kickoff is slated for noon at the Auburn Soccer Complex. Auburn has had a full week of rest since they were on the pitch last Sunday against LSU. Auburn downed the Bayou Bengals 1-0 on Marissa Arias’ golden goal in overtime last time out. Auburn will continue to look to keep up in the SEC race as the Tigers are tied for fourth overall in the SEC and tied with Arkansas for first in the SEC West.
It’s time for baseball on the Plains! As the MLB playoffs continue to heat up, Auburn baseball will host a pair of exhibition matches in Plainsman Park, before displaying their talent in the intrasquad Fall World Series later this month. The Tigers begin exhibition play this Friday (October 15th) at 6 p.m. when they host Tuskegee in a 12-inning matchup. Auburn will then take on Clemson on Saturday, October 23rd.
The Tigers Set for a SEC doubleheader with Missouri in Auburn Arena
Dayglow overcomes a rough day to perform a sold out show at Atlanta's Center Stage Theater.
The best way to describe By the Time I Get to Phoenix is as a smoking room in a burning house. In their first album since their self-titled record in 2019, Injury Reserve deviates from their normal high energy rapping to create an album that twists that structure into a claustrophobic, intense expression of grief. It would be difficult to discuss this album without mentioning the loss of band mate Stepa J. Groggs. Groggs was one third of Injury Reserve since their founding in 2013. Expectedly, this loss has taken a toll on the group, and this can be felt in every aspect of this album. From the lyrics to production, By the Time I Get to Phoenix utilizes music’s capabilities to fully immerse the listener in the mental state of Injury Reserve’s members.
The No. 22 ranked Auburn Tigers hosted the LSU Tigers at the Auburn Soccer Complex this afternoon. There was not a lot of action in the first half, as the score was tied at nil at the break and LSU only had one shot at that point. It was off-goal by Tinaya Alexander.
Moon Taxi returned to Avondale Brewing Company last Friday to an energized crowd, continuing their Silver Dream tour.
Auburn welcomes their toughest opponent of the season thus far in the Georgia Bulldogs. With playoff hopes hanging by a thread, the Tigers enter what we’ll consider murderers row on the toughest lineup college football has to offer. The game was never too far out of reach for the home team until the fourth quarter. Georgia’s run game exploded as the Bulldogs flexed their talent to further demonstrate the difference between the second and third position in the AP-Poll.
After a 1-0 victory to the Mississippi State bulldogs Thursday night the No. 22 Auburn Tigers (9-3, 3-2 SEC) will host the unranked LSU tigers (8-4, 1-4 SEC) to the Plains this Sunday at 2:00 CT at the Auburn soccer Complex.
Georgia ran the score up in its 37-0 victory over No. 8 Arkansas last week. Literally. The Bulldogs’ running back room tallied 273 total yards rushing in the shutout win over the Razorbacks. They’ll be looking to continue that success this coming Saturday on the road against No. 18 Auburn. In that game against Arkansas, four rushers were in double digits in carries. Junior back Zamir White led the Bulldogs with a season-high 16 carries for 68 yards and two touchdowns. Auburn fans may remember White from last season. He was Georgia’s leading rusher in its dismantling of Auburn last season, 27-6. White rushed for 88 yards over 19 carries for two touchdowns in the win. However, the biggest factor offensively from the last time these two rivals met was Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett. His teammates call him “The Mailman,” and he delivered a loss via the air to the Tigers last season. Bennett completed 17 of his 28 pass attempts, for 240 yards, a career-high at the moment. He also tossed a couple of touchdowns. There is a bit of a quarterback dilemma for Georgia, though. Georgia’s opening night starter against then-ranked No. 3 Clemson was USC transfer, JT Daniels. Daniels only had eight incompletions through 30 attempts, one of which was an interception. He missed the following game against UAB with an injury, something Daniels has dealt with throughout his career. The oblique injury to Daniels opened the door for Bennett, who took advantage of the playing time and turned in a career game. Bennett went 10-for-12 against UAB, for 288 yards passing and a career-best five touchdowns. Daniels returned to the field the following game against South Carolina, where he threw for over 300 yards with three touchdowns and an interception. He started the game against Vanderbilt, but only played one quarter as Georgia went up 35-0 in the first quarter. The back-and-forth saga continued in Game 5 for Georgia, with Bennett getting the start. Daniels had suffered a minor lat injury, which prompted Bennett’s start against No. 8 Arkansas. It’s unclear who will make the start on Saturday, with Daniels still questionable.
As #18 Auburn prepares for the 126th playing of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry this Saturday at 2:30 p.m. against #2 Georgia, we will prepare you, the fan, for the matchup with some detailed analysis of the Tigers’ next opponent. Today, we will look at the Georgia defense.
Phoebe Bridgers rocked out a sold out crowd of 3,000 in Birmingham last night with support from Taylor Hollingsworth. The show celebrated Birmingham Mountain Radio's 10th (+1) Anniversary.
The 21st century has not been kind to Auburn (4-1, 1-0 SEC) against the Georgia Bulldogs (5-0, 3-0 SEC). Since 2002, the Tigers have won just five of 20 meetings with their foe in the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry. In that stretch, Georgia has taken the lead in the series and currently holds a five-game advantage in the all-time record.
Following an 0-3 loss to the 20th ranked Tennessee volunteers, the Auburn Tigers (10-4, 2-2 SEC) came back to the Auburn area to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide (8-8, 0-4 SEC) not once but twice, in the same weekend.
Bo Nix was a magician on Saturday night.