Auburn survives a double-digit deficit in the second half to outlast Furman in overtime.
Auburn destroys the Colgate Raiders in Auburn's last home game of the month. A dominating first half helped lead the Tigers to a 29 point victory.
Freshman Annie Hughes and sophomore Brooke Moore make a big impact for Tigers in first game of the season. It may have seemed tough for the Tigers to replace the talent lost, but Hughes and Moore were ready for the challenge. Auburn gets its first victory against Wofford despite having to play several freshmen during the game.
The Tigers struggle defensively against the Monarchs as they fall 89-77. The Monarchs hit 14 three-pointers and attacked the Tigers full court press. The Tigers only shot 43% from the field and couldn't find any rhythm on offense.
There is a lot to like about the direction Auburn's women basketball team is heading. Last year the Tigers won 22 games, were above .500 in conference play, and made the second round of the NCAA tournament. With Coach Flo leading the way, the Tigers should have another successful year.
The Auburn defense was on fire this past Saturday. Their defensive line was getting excellent penetration and completely shut down the Aggies' run game.
Imagine, as I'm sure every Auburn fan does, that the Tigers were able to stop Florida State on their last drive and win the championship. Would Malzahn be on a hot seat like he has the last three years, or would he be viewed as one of the best coaches in the SEC?
The answer is simple, lack of talent on offense. It is hard to think of a play maker on a team in the SEC east besides Georgia.
Why have Auburn's men's and women's teams struggled so much in conference play? Is it tough luck? Inexperience? Are they just playing bad? Whatever the case may be both season may soon be a wash if both teams don't turn it around.
Auburn fans across the country share their thoughts about the game on twitter, so we put all the best tweets in one place. Prepare for an emotional rollercoaster.