The Auburn Tigers welcome some new faces in effort to get right back where they were just a few months ago.
“This is the final match of a long stretch on the road,” head coach Rick Nold said. “Missouri is always a tough defensive team with big blockers at the net. It’ll be another test for this youthful team against a strong opponent.”
"We're facing a really good team coming in this weekend," head coach Greg Williams said. "Oklahoma State just finished beating Baylor, who is a highly-ranked team. This is going to be a good showdown between the SEC and the Big 12 as the Cowgirls always bring it in competition. We're looking forward to a great meet Friday and hope to see the Auburn Family out in numbers."
In a matchup that has SEC tournament seeding implications, #12 Vanderbilt (14-1-1, 6-0-1 SEC) took a step forward to improve their standing, as they defeated Auburn (11-4-1, 3-4-1 SEC) by a score of 3-0 Thursday night at the Auburn Soccer Complex.
Auburn's Deshaun Davis has been named a quarter-finalist for the Lott Impact Trophy. Davis has been a impact player for Auburn and one of the leaders of the most feared defenses in the nation. Davis has recorded 59 tackles this season for 8.5 tackles for loss (career high) and one sack.
Noah and Jared finish previewing Auburn's game against Ole Miss. What three things would you change if you were offensive coordinator? Will Auburn be able to defend Ole Miss' passing game? In the second hour, Jack Hart joins the show and the guys give their picks for the upcoming weekend's action on this edition of The Wake-Up Call.
Auburn guards Bryce Brown and Jared Harper were tabbed Preseason Second Team All-SEC by a select panel of both Southeastern Conference and national media members. The Tigers were the only team to have both members of their backcourt voted to the annual all-conference team.
Fresh off head coach Karen Hoppa’s 300th career win, Auburn soccer (11-3-1, 3-3-1 SEC) hosts No. 12 Vanderbilt (13-1-1, 6-0-1 SEC) in its second to last home contest of the 2018 regular season Thursday. Kickoff at the Auburn Soccer Complex is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. CT.
Kentucky back on top? Auburn or Tennessee to repeat? And some surprise teams. Your 2018-2019 SEC Basketball Preview
The SEC is coming off a record season in men’s basketball, sending eight teams (Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas A&M) to the NCAA Tournament last year. Upstarts such as Auburn and Tennessee look to prove that last season wasn’t a fluke, while Kentucky looks to defend their SEC championship title as the best team in the conference.
The Auburn Soccer team has bounced back from a rough stretch of matches which they went 0-3-1 in with two hard fought 1-0 wins. Their win at Missouri gave head coach Karen Hoppa her 300th career win. Auburn is now up to #21 in the RPI ranking which is a determining factor for NCAA Tournament hosts. Let’s take a look at what Auburn will face down the final stretch of the season.
On this edition of The Xtra Point, Brooks Childress and Jared Dillard discuss the chaos that is surrounding college football. The guys breakdown how the ACC could end in a seven way tie for the Coastal division championship. Finally the guys preview the upcoming games in the MLB Postseason and declare that the Brewers are already the NLCS Champions
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn and defensive tackle Dontavius Russell talk to the media ahead of Auburn's road trip to Ole Miss this Saturday.
Noah and Jared discuss Gus Malzahn's hot seat heading into the Ole Miss game. Find out why Noah compares Malik Willis to Schrödinger's cat. In the second hour, Jack Hart joins the show and the guys preview the start of the NBA season. They wrap up the show by taking a look at some of the great games on tap this weekend in college football on this edition of The Wake-Up Call.
Gus Malzahn is in his sixth season as Auburn’s head coach. His record coming into the Tennessee game: 49-24. To the casual college football fan, that would be an excellent record and wouldn’t warrant a call to the fictional hot seat. However, with an embarrassing loss to a Tennessee team Saturday that had not won a SEC game since 2016, it’s time for Gus Malzahn’s hot seat to be scorching like a thousand suns.
Noah and Jared analyze Auburn's debacle against Tennessee. How did Auburn not prepare for this year's weaknesses? In the second hour, Brooks joins the show, and the guys give you the winners of The Wheel of Misfortune. They wrap up the show by discussing the carnage that took place in this previous weekend of college football on this edition of The Wake-Up Call.
ICYMI: "...I’m disappointed for our fans, and I’m not happy.” Recapping Auburn's 30-24 loss to Tennessee
"I don’t care about the future, I don’t care about the past, I don’t care how great or bad I did last year or how I’ve done up to this point. I’m going to continue to fight for my teammates." - Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham
"I’m disappointed for our players, I’m disappointed for our fans, and I’m not happy." Tennessee vs #21 Auburn game recap
Auburn’s season appears to have ran out of luck on The Plains. One week removed from a loss at Mississippi State where the offense only generated nine points, the Tigers continue to struggle primarily on the offensive side of the ball.
Coming off a road loss to Mississippi State last Saturday, Auburn returns home to Jordan-Hare Stadium for a week seven match-up with Jeremy Pruitt’s Tennessee Vols who are currently 0-2 in the SEC.
Chaos at all levels. What Auburn has to do and needs to happen to even dream of the College Football Playoffs.
The Auburn Tigers suffered their second loss of the season on the road to Mississippi State which dropped them to #21 in both the Coaches and AP Poll. This puts a huge dent in Auburn’s playoff hopes. Many fans and experts are counting out the Tigers. The chances are slim, but there certainly is a path to the playoff; Auburn just needs a lot of help.
Coming off a SEC title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2003, the Auburn Tigers are looking to live up to their lofty new expectations for the 2018-2019 season.