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  • Auburn booster has eye on Bob Stoops as potential Gus Malzahn replacement

    Larry Brown Sports "Gus Malzahn seems to be on the hot seat every other week, and the most prominent Auburn Tigers booster apparently has his eye on a potential replacement. Sports By Brooks reported on Tuesday night that if Malzahn fails to beat Alabama this season, Auburn booster Jimmy Rane would..." September 18

  • Bettor Puts Down A Ridiculous Amount of Money On Auburn To Beat Kent State Just To Win $5

    Total Pro Sports "There have been a bunch of insane bets over the years on college football games, but this particular one might take the cake. Ben Fawkes of ESPN revealed on Tuesday that a bettor walked in Caesars Sportsbook and placed a $1,000 money-line bet on Auburn to defeat Kent State. " September 11

  • Auburn coach Gus Malzahn appears to throw subtle shade at Alabama over early kickoff times

    CBS Sports "On Monday, Alabama released a statement expressing its "disappointment" at being placed in the noon ET kickoff window for its Sept. 21 game vs. Southern Miss. Less than 24 hours later, true to form of the great Iron Bowl rivalry, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn had a heaping amount of shade..." September 10

  • Freshman Bo Nix emerges from Auburn QB battle as starter to begin 2019 college football season

    Alabama "The new face of Auburn’s football team has a familiar surname. Bo Nix was named the Tigers’ starting quarterback Tuesday, head coach Gus Malzahn announced, bringing an end to a competition with redshirt freshman Joey Gatewood that lasted throughout the spring and the..." August 20

  • The 10 college football coaches with the hottest of hot seats entering the season

    USA Today "For every head coach with rock-solid job security — Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban, to name two — there are a couple of dozen firmly on the hot seat heading into the 2019 season. One name in particular stands out: Southern California coach Clay Helton. On the heels of last..." August 19

  • Alabama fan who killed Auburn trees not paying up

    USA Today "Harvey Updyke, the Alabama fan who pleaded guilty to poisoning famous oak trees at Auburn University's Toomer's Corner six years ago, has not been making court-ordered payments and is being summoned back to court to address the matter.  Lee County District Attorney..." August 15

  • 25 Names You Need to Watch for 2019 College Football Season

    Bleacher Report "Heading into the 2019 season, there is a general consensus on the top players in college football. However, the order changes a bit when thinking about the most noteworthy. We've highlighted 25 names you should prepare to hear constantly this campaign. Many of them are..." August 15

  • Four-star safety commits to Auburn over Texas

    247 Sports "He grew up in Texas and has long been thought to be a Longhorns lean. But Sunday afternoon, 4-star safety Chris Thompson Jr. of Duncanville (Texas) stunned the recruiting world when he committed to Auburn over Texas via Twitter. The 6-feet-2, 199-pound Thompson is the No. 18 safety..." August 04

  • Gus Malzahn sees silver lining of being on hot seat at Auburn

    Sportsnaut "As Auburn struggled though the 2018 season, the chorus of voices calling for head coach Gus Malzahn to be fired grew louder and louder. Ultimately, the Tigers finished 8-5 and had an abysmal 3-5 record in the SEC. Clearly, Malzahn opens the 2019 season on the hot seat,..." July 18

  • Auburn 'expects' a notice of allegations and possible penalties from the NCAA related to bribery case

    CBS Sports "Former Auburn assistant basketball coach Chuck Person received a lenient sentence on Wednesday for his involvement in the college basketball bribery scandal, but his former employer may not get off as easy. In a victim impact statement issued by Auburn as part of..." July 18

  • Auburn gets 4-star receiver Ze'Vian Capers out of Georgia

    The Score "Auburn went into the Peach State and came out with a commitment from four-star wide receiver Ze'Vian Capers. The Cumming, Ga., native announced his decision on Twitter after contemplating offers from Tennessee and South Carolina. " July 02

  • Demouy Kennedy Chose Alabama over Auburn After Nick Saban Showed Off Title Rings

    Bleacher Report "Former Auburn Tigers commit Demouy Kennedy said he flipped to the Alabama Crimson Tide after head coach Nick Saban showed him a table filled with championship rings. On Friday, Mark Heim of AL.com provided comments Kennedy made earlier this week about his..." June 14

  • Alabama, Auburn will not sell alcohol at games despite new SEC rule

    Larry Brown Sports "Auburn and Alabama will not be taking advantage of the SEC’s new rules that will allow for alcohol sales at sporting events. The SEC has decided to lift its ban on selling alcohol to those in general seating for sports events. They are allowing each school to decide for..." June 01

  • 'Voice of the Auburn Tigers' Rod Bramblett and wife Paula killed in car accident

    The Auburn Plainsman "Rod Bramblett, the "Voice of the Auburn Tigers," and his wife Paula both died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle accident Saturday evening in Auburn, according to Lee County Coroner Bill Harris. "Paula Bramblett died at 7:50 PM in the emergency room of East..." May 26

  • Auburn quarterback Malik Willis plans to enter NCAA transfer portal

    Montgomery Advertiser "The writing was on the wall as soon as Gus Malzahn announced that Auburn would focus its 2019 quarterback competition on redshirt freshman Joey Gatewood and true freshman Bo Nix. Junior Malik Willis, one thought to be the heir apparent to the job vacated by Jarrett Stidham, plans..." May 16

  • Tommy Tuberville will run for U.S. Senate in Alabama with Sean Spicer on his campaign team

    CBS Sports "Veteran college football coach Tommy Tuberville will run for the United States Senate in Alabama as a Republican, sources tell CBS Sports. The longtime Auburn coach had considered running for governor in 2017. Instead, he will begin his political career pursuing the senate seat..." April 07