AUBURN — Gus Malzahn was “extremely proud” of Auburn’s fight Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium. That was the first thing the head coach said during his postgame news conference. Read the full story
AUBURN — Call it whatever you want: Auburn Jesus, Chaos Auburn. No matter which name you like best, it was happening in the fourth quarter at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday. Read the full story
In the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry, the Auburn Tigers lost to the Georgia Bulldogs at Jordan-Hare Stadium 21-14. Read the full story
AUBURN — Call it whatever you want: Auburn Jesus, Chaos Auburn. No matter which name you like best, it was happening in the fourth quarter at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday.
TUSCALOOSA — Like Alabama junior safety Xavier McKinney said after Saturday’s disappointing 46-41 loss to new-No. 1 LSU — the Crimson Tide isn’t done yet. Not by a long shot.
AUBURN — Bo Nix has tried to avoid the worst corners of social media, where people — many of them fans — have criticized him and his performance on the field through nine games as Auburn’s true freshman starting quarterback. But it’s unavoidable.
Auburn went into halftime Friday evening in Annapolis, Md., feeling as if it had a possession stolen. The shot clock seemed to freeze as Davidson dribbled up the court and hit a 3-pointer that cut a deficit that had been as large as 13 points down to just two at the break.
AUBURN — In some ways, last week was a difficult one for Nick Brahms. He counts Kaleb Kim among his best friends. And on Wednesday, the sophomore found out that he would replacing the senior at center on Auburn’s starting offensive line.
AUBURN — There was nothing but open field in front of Ole Miss running back Jerrion Ealy when he leaked out of the backfield and turned his head back toward quarterback Matt Corral early in the second quarter.
AUBURN — Auburn place-kicker Anders Carlson had his troubles Saturday in the Tigers' 20-14 win over Ole Miss, and could it have been the long snapper?
AUBURN — There's a good chance nearly every one of the 87,451 fans who packed into Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday for Auburn's first home game since September came in with the same question: Would the offense finally get going?
AUBURN — I have an admission to make, and it's not just that I'm perfectly fine with Christmas music and movies the second Halloween ends.
AUBURN — When Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn named Bo Nix the starting quarterback on Aug. 20, he made clear that it was because the true freshman had won the job, not because redshirt freshman Joey Gatewood had lost it.
AUBURN — Naturally, the question came up after Bo Nix completed just 15 of 35 passes for 157 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Saturday’s 23-20 loss at LSU. Multiple times, actually.
Down on the Bayou, Auburn fans were ready to party like it was 1999. Unfortunately, Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers had other ideas.