Lee Ziemba still chuckles to himself when he thinks back to the spring of 2010.
Auburn will be without its leading scorer against Georgia on Saturday afternoon when the Tigers take the floor at Stegeman Coliseum.
Auburn, in the midst of a four-game losing streak, hopes for some road relief on Saturday against Georgia. The Tigers haven't won a true road game since a win at Coastal Carolina early in the season, and they've lost seven straight SEC road game -- with the last win coming last February at Georgia.
Last week after Saturday’s intrasquad softball scrimmage, Auburn head softball coach Clint Myers came over to ask the media for a favor.
Auburn used a tiebreaker win in doubles to propel the Tigers to a 6-1 victory over No. 68 Troy in men’s tennis Friday at the Yarbrough Tennis Center.
Bruce Pearl has seen freshman Bryce Brown’s game evolve — even if it’s not drastically — in a short time at Auburn.
The cornerstones of Auburn’s fourth straight top-10 signing class under head coach Gus Malzahn are obvious. The Tigers’ three most coveted players out of their 21 signees were five-star defensive tackle Derrick Brown, five-star defensive end Marlon Davidson and four-star wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers.
John Franklin III came to Auburn wanting a chance to earn the team’s starting quarterback job in 2016.
T.J. Dunans continues to rehab from a bruise and subsequent procedure left knee procedure, but Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl remains unsure of when — or if — the junior guard will return this season.
Bruce Pearl jumped the gun on Wednesday when he made an appearance on Auburn’s in-house National Signing Day show. Thursday morning, the Tigers’ second-year head coach cleared things up.
Rodney Garner went into Georgia and came out victorious on Wednesday. What the Tigers’ defensive line coach brought back with him was the No. 1 prospect in Georgia, one of the top players in the nation — and the centerpiece to another top-10 signing class for Gus Malzahn and Auburn.
Auburn’s spring football season will get started a little bit earlier this year.
One of Auburn’s seemingly biggest needs went barely addressed on Wednesday. After losing all three starting linebackers to graduation following the 2015 season, the Tigers closed their signing class with just one new addition in the middle of the defense: four-star linebacker Tre Threat of Spanish Fort.
Dameyune Craig could hardly contain his excitement as he walked out of the Auburn athletics complex just before 10:30 on Wednesday morning. Auburn’s “GQ” wide receivers coach, as Gus Malzahn called him, was smiling from ear to ear and sauntering through the building with swagger on National Signing Day.
After weeks of anticipation. Weeks of commitments and de-commitments. Weeks of planning and preparation, it's finally here.
Following nine seconds of awkward silence in the postgame interview room, LSU freshman Ben Simmons started to get up from his seat, ready to return to the team bus and head back to Baton Rouge, La. As his 6-foot-10 frame arose from the dais, a reporter interjected from the back of the room with a question for Simmons.
The day every recruiting fan waits for with bated breath is finally here: National Signing Day.
Trying to break from a three-game losing streak won't be easy tonight for Auburn as it welcomes in freshman senstation Ben Simmons and LSU to Auburn Arena.
Two scary falls last Friday against Arkansas leave the Auburn gymnastics team without two of their up-and-coming gymnasts for an undetermined amount of time, and also leaves coach Jeff Graba in a predicament heading into the halfway point of the season.
When Butch Thompson watched Jordan Ebert take cuts at Plainsman Park this weekend, Auburn’s first-year head coach didn’t see the player that struggled at the plate a year ago.