Riding the momentum of hosting College Gameday for the first time in program history, Auburn basketball proved to be worthy of national attention, as they defeated Kentucky 75-66 in front of a white-out Auburn Arena crowd Saturday night.
Following their first loss against Alabama, Auburn’s offensive woes traveled south, as they lost 69-47 vs. Florida in a Saturday afternoon matchup in Gainesville.
Auburn women's basketball falls once again in SEC competition, this time in a 75-48 drubbing delivered by in-state rival Alabama Sunday afternoon at Auburn Arena.
With all eyes on them as the current team to beat in the SEC, Auburn knows they will get every team's best effort, whether they play in front of the raucous Auburn Arena or on the road in hostile environments.
Coming off a tough loss against Arkansas, Auburn women’s basketball couldn’t find the winning column as they lost vs. Florida 83-63 Thursday night at Auburn Arena.
Auburn was able to continue their winning ways at home, as they defeated Colgate 91-62 Monday night at Auburn Arena.
Auburn got some much needed home cooking, as they defeated CSUN 116-70 on Friday night in the Legends Classic at Auburn Arena.
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.
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 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.