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Auburn basketball has sold out of season tickets for the fourth straight time in 2017-18, all under head coach Bruce Pearl, to continue the school record streak. Prior to Pearl, the only other time the Tigers sold out of season…
On the first play of the fourth quarter Saturday at Missouri, Malik Willis faked a handoff to Malik Miller on a run-pass option, rolled to his right and found a wide-open Griffin King down the sideline for a 38-yard touchdown.
Auburn’s game against Ole Miss on Oct. 7 will be the team’s first this season with an early kick.
From the first moment Marlon Davidson ran onto the field Saturday at Faurot Field, he wanted to show he was back.
No player on Missouri’s offense drew more of Auburn’s attention in the week leading up to its trip to Columbia, Mo., than wide receiver J’Mon Moore.
The injury that kept Tre’ Williams sidelined Saturday at Missouri is just “a little minor setback,” the linebacker said Sunday.
Kam Martin waited a long time between his 14th and 15th carry of the 2017 season. More than nine full quarters from the fourth against Georgia Southern in Week 1 to the second against Missouri in Week 4, to be…
For the first time this season, Auburn is on its way up in the polls.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Grading Auburn’s performance and handing out game balls after a 51-14 rout of Missouri:
COLUMBIA, Mo. — No. 15 Auburn kicked off SEC play with a bang Saturday, running away with a 51-14 rout of Missouri at Faurot Field.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Auburn has two star running backs, but Kamryn Pettway and Kerryon Johnson have yet to form a backfield tandem this season.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Like everyone else on the field, Marlon Davidson thought the play was over. Missouri quarterback Drew Lock had just thrown an incomplete pass on third-and-5, so Auburn’s sophomore defensive end started heading toward the sideline.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Turns out the cure for what ailed Auburn’s offense was Missouri’s defense.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — No. 15 Auburn opened its SEC schedule with a convincing 51-14 rout of Missouri at Faurot Field on Saturday.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Auburn will be without two defensive starters Saturday at Missouri.
Some picks and predictions for No. 15 Auburn’s SEC opener at Missouri (Saturday, 6:30 p.m. CT, ESPNU) from the Opelika-Auburn News sports staff:
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Auburn gets its SEC slate underway Saturday in its first-ever trip to Faurot Field to face Missouri.
It’s easy to find the negatives in Auburn’s performance through the first three weeks of the 2017 season.
These last seven days were supposed to be easy ones for Auburn. A game against FCS Mercer was supposed to quell any concerns about the offense and inspire confidence entering SEC play. The week of practice leading up to Saturday’s…
During the fall, as he prepared for his first season coaching Auburn’s defensive backs, Greg Brown said he thought “occasionally” about what it would be like to make the trip back to Missouri’s Faurot Field as a visitor.
Which five will start on the offensive line for Auburn on Saturday at Missouri seems to depend entirely on the readiness of Darius James.
Auburn softball coach Mickey Dean found the second assistant coach on his staff in the same place he found his first — the SEC.
Regular season games against opponents outside the Power 5 conferences used to be a tour de force for Auburn’s vaunted rushing attack.
Daniel Carlson hasn’t had any problems off the field.
Auburn and Missouri have only met on the football field twice in the history of each program — first in the Sun Bowl in 1973 and next in the SEC Championship game in 2013.
Missouri’s offense finished the 2016 season as statistically the SEC’s best in yards per game, but it will go into Saturday’s game Auburn as one of the conference’s worst in games against FBS opponents.
A look at how the Auburn alums in the NFL fared during Week 2 of the season, courtesy Auburn Athletics:
The faces of the Auburn wide receiving corps going into the 2017 season were supposed to be Nate Craig-Myers Kyle Davis, Darius Slayton and Eli Stove — all sophomores, all 6 feet or taller, all brimming with untapped, four-star talent.
Running back Kerryon Johnson isn’t the only player Auburn expects to return from injury Saturday at Missouri.
After three inconsistent weeks at the position, Auburn has reopened the competition at punter.
Auburn’s stated preference going into this season was to redshirt true freshman quarterback Malik Willis.
Mickey Dean has made the first hire for his new staff.
Quarterback Sean White, who was by many accounts from his teammates was beloved in the locker room and looked to as a leader on the field, was dismissed from Auburn on Monday after being arrested for public intoxication Sunday morning.
Auburn’s complete 2018 footballs schedule was finalized on Saturday, with dates set for all 12 of the team’s regular season games.
Kamryn Pettway might finally get a breather Saturday at Missouri.
If Byron Cowart is ever going to live up to his billing as one of the nation’s top recruits in the Class of 2015, it will be at a school other than Auburn.
No. 15 Auburn will begin its SEC schedule Saturday at Missouri.
The Achilles heel of the Auburn football team the last two seasons has been quarterback depth.
Auburn’s SEC home opener will kick off in a prime slot on Sept. 30.
Sean White’s playing career at Auburn is over.
Going into Saturday’s game at Mercer, a story line as big as how Auburn’s offense would perform on the field was how the team’s offensive coaching staff would communicate off it.
Auburn hasn’t given a single carry to a running back not named Kamryn Pettway in two weeks. But there’s a chance that could change Saturday at Missouri.
This isn’t just another job for Mickey Dean.
Auburn can thank LSU and Louisville for its latest spot in the polls.
Grading Auburn’s performance and handing out game balls after a 24-10 win over Mercer:
Auburn backup quarterback Sean White was arrested and charged with public intoxication late after Saturday’s game against Mercer, according to multiple media reports.
It wasn’t necessarily the score everyone might have expected going in, but No. 15 Auburn escaped with a 24-10 victory over Mercer on Saturday.
The groans from the home fans were audible inside Jordan-Hare Stadium whenever Jarrett Stidham dropped back to pass and didn’t let go of the ball to his first read.
Even Kamryn Pettway was surprised at how much he was used Saturday night.
Take away five turnovers and a critical penalty deep inside opponent territory, Gus Malzahn said, and Auburn “would be feeling really good” after Saturday’s game against Mercer.
It wasn’t pretty, but No. 15 Auburn got the job done Saturday against FCS opponent Mercer.
It definitely wasn’t pretty, but No. 15 Auburn defeated FCS foe Mercer 24-10 to win on Homecoming.
Auburn right tackle Darius James was carted off the field after suffering an injury at the 8:00 mark in the second quarter of Saturday’s game against Mercer.
Four Auburn players are inactive Saturday’s game against Mercer due to injuries.
Some picks and predictions for Saturday’s game between No. 15 Auburn and Mercer from the Opelika-Auburn News sports staff:
A position-by-position breakdown of Auburn’s matchup with Mercer:
It’s Homecoming on the Plains, and Auburn is hosting its old Southern Conference foe Mercer to celebrate.
The Auburn baseball coaching staff has been finalized with the addition of pitching coach Steve Smith, head coach Butch Thompson announced Friday.
The dates and opponents are different, but Auburn was in almost this exact same position around this time last season.
I wrote about half of this mailbag during Auburn’s Board of Trustees meeting Friday morning. What I learned, other than that a number of athletic facility upgrades were approved, is that parliamentary procedure makes Auburn’s offensive performance at Clemson on…
The north end zone at Jordan-Hare Stadium could be getting an upgrade.
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Gus Malzahn stood in front of assembled reporters inside the Auburn Athletics Complex and acknowledged that fans had a right to be frustrated.
Auburn has found its next softball coach.
Auburn has a really good defense.
Jarett Stidham’s numbers through his first two starts at Auburn are likely nowhere near what was expected when the former Baylor quarterback joined forces with offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey.
There is some history between the Auburn and Mercer and football programs, but it is surely not recent.
It would be easy to look back at Saturday’s performance and say Carlton Davis struggled at times in Auburn’s loss to Clemson.
The TV networks and times for Auburn Basketball’s 18-game SEC schedule for the 2017-18 season were announced by the league office on Wednesday.
The final numbers show Jeremiah Dinson made only two tackles at Clemson on Saturday, but the numbers don’t tell the whole story.
Highlighted by Collegiate Baseball National High School Player of the Year Tanner Burns, Auburn baseball’s 2017 recruiting class was ranked sixth nationally by Baseball America on Tuesday.
Three of Auburn’s offensive starters could be limited or even out for Saturday’s game against Mercer.
Auburn’s offensive line has been the worst in the nation by a lot of metrics through the first two weeks of the college football season. That group ranks third-to-last nationally with 22 tackles for loss allowed and tied for dead…
Gus Malzahn is still the head coach and offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey is still the play caller, but changes are coming to Auburn’s sideline.
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn is scheduled to speak to the media at approximately 11:15 a.m. CT on Tuesday, when he will look back on Saturday’s loss at Clemson and look ahead to this week’s matchup with Mercer.