Auburn traveled to Ole Miss Saturday and beat the Rebels 35-28 after some late game drama.
The rushing attack that many Auburn fans have come to miss returned in full force in Saturday’s matchup with Ole Miss, earning Auburn its fifth-straight win over the Rebels. Bo Nix also bounced back with his most efficient game of the year as the offense lead the Tigers to victory.
Since arriving at Auburn, sophomore quarterback Bo Nix has failed to find consistency on the road, often struggling with accuracy issues and turnovers. While he has been consistent at home, his numbers on the road tell a very different story.
The Wildcats come to the Plains winless sporting an 0-3-2 record with their last two matches ending in ties against Georgia and Tennessee. Looking at the team’s head to head matchup, Auburn and Kentucky share a very similar stat line despite lopsided records.
The Tigers lose in straight sets (25-14, 25-19, 25-21) to the fourth ranked Florida Gators for the second consecutive night who now improve to 2-0 on the season. A majority of Florida’s points came off the hot hand of T’ara Ceasar who recorded 12 of the teams 41 kills on the night.
Auburn Volleyball will face off against University of Florida again coming off of a home season opener defeat in Auburn arena last night.
Auburn was unable to avoid a sweep against the Florida Gators in the season opener in Auburn Arena with new head coach Brent Crouch.
The Auburn volleyball team will open their season Wednesday, October 21 at 7 p.m. when they host the Florida Gators. The Tigers and Gators also square off on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. These two matches are the first of eight SEC matches this fall for Auburn and the rest of the league.
Going into this strange year as sports are starting to come back, Auburn Volleyball has their first game next week against the UF gators on Wednesday Oct. 21st at 7:00 PM in the Auburn arena. Under the guidance of Coach Crouch, Auburn volleyball hopes to have a good fall season against these tough opponents.
(15) Auburn heads to Columbia, South Carolina for the first time since 2011 to face the Gamecocks.
It took one hundred nine minutes and fifty-seven seconds for the first goal to be scored Tuesday afternoon at the Auburn Soccer Complex between the host Tigers and visiting Ole Miss. It was Auburn that finally won the match just three seconds before the end of the second overtime on a bizarre goal.
In a normal season, the Tigers along with the rest of conference teams would be approaching the midpoint of their season on a 20-game schedule. Instead, the Auburn Soccer Complex plans to host a 0-0-1 Tiger team and 1-2-0 Rebel team.