Ted Boozer, Jerry Cole, Arthur Hardy, Roland Houston, Brooke McCarley Suda and Jeramie Moore were inducted into the Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame at Oxford Civic Center on Saturday night. Read the full story
Brooke McCarley Suda will be formally inducted into the Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame at the group’s 16th induction banquet at the Oxford Civic Center on Saturday.
Auburn linebacker Zakoby McClain has seen every list that doesn't have his name on it and hasn't forgotten about being left off last season's All-SEC team.
The question Nick Eason heard everyone ask when he was named the Auburn football defensive line coach in January was, “Can he recruit?”
Jarquez Hunter signed with Auburn in February and moved in last week. He’s going to have a chance to play a key role in a running back room that is thin behind star Tank Bigsby and senior Shaun Shivers
Kaleb Artis was one of six 2022 recruits in Auburn this weekend for an official visit — the first of the Bryan Harsin era since the dead period ended at the start of this month.
Roterius Torrence, the No. 5 junior college cornerback in the 2021 class, announced his commitment to Auburn on Sunday — less than a week after he backed off a pledge to Tennessee.
J.T. Thor's Auburn basketball career is over. The team announced today the freshman forward has "decided to take his game to the next level." He has signed with an agent.
The SEC made a change it had to make Thursday when the league's presidents and chancellors voted to allow immediate eligibility for intraconference transfers.
Carver safety Juwon Gaston signed in February. Former Park Crossing defensive lineman Marcus Harris joined as a transfer in May after two seasons in Kansas. And that might have been just the start of Auburn football's recruiting push into Montgomery.
Pamela Blocton is all too familiar with the drive from Montgomery to Lawrence, Kan. It’s a bear of a trip — 812 miles on six interstates across five state lines. She made that 13-hour journey multiple times over the past two years.
Bryan Harsin has been busy ever since he was hired to be the Auburn football coach in December. So you know he’s not exaggerating when he says June is “going to be a crazy month.”
Normally, the spring game offers a pretty accurate preview of what a team will look like when the season begins. That won’t be the case for this year’s Auburn football defense.
Montgomery's Marcus Harris went a long way from home when he signed with Les Miles' Kansas program out of high school in 2019. But he'll be much closer now.
Tony Fair, a defensive lineman who spent the past two seasons playing for UAB, is 25. His first year at Auburn in 2021 will mark his fifth playing college football but seventh in college at a fourth school.
The 6-foot-0, 197-pound safety was a highly sought-after commodity in the transfer portal, hearing from Power 5 programs such as Louisville, Purdue, Utah and Washington State, among others.
UAB defensive tackle Tony Fair entered his name into the transfer portal on May 3. He graduated on May 8. And on Tuesday, he committed to Auburn.
Bryan Harsin understands how important it is to try to win Auburn's backyard when it comes to recruiting. But the first-year Tigers coach also knows that the Southeast is just a small part of a big country.
A look at what Auburn has on the roster and which positions could use additional depth heading into Bryan Harsin's first season.
Auburn adding transfers Wendell Green Jr., Zep Jasper, Desi Sills and Walker Kessler — the last of whom signed Wednesday — was important for more reasons than just depth. They provide the things the Tigers lacked last season.