All eyes will be on Auburn as the Tigers travel to Manhattan, Kansas, to take on Bill Snyder's Wildcats. The out-of-conference match up will showcase two Top 20 teams in front of a nationally televised (ESPN) prime time audience [...]
For the first time this season, Auburn's 20-14 win over Kansas State provided a game in which the starters played the entire game, offering a clear look at the Tigers' game plan and playing rotations in a game that goes down to the wire.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said last week he was "extremely sore" after his 2014 NFL debut, and his coach, Ron Rivera, estimated he'd get over that sometime in February. That date might be extended after the way the Panthers' offensive line played on Sunday night.
AL.com analyzes the numbers to get a better look at the Tigers' yards after contact and the catch, and how the Tigers found success outside the tackles while relying on Cameron Artis-Payne to pick up some much-needed yards between the tackles in their 20-14 victory at Kansas State.
"We're steadily making progress," Johnson said. "We've got some young players in some key roles. We're not a real experienced defense, but at least they've been in this system another year, so it's starting to help us in that respect."
08/30 vs. Arkansas (W 45-21) 09/06 vs. San Jose State (W 59-13) 09/13 -- Open Date -- 09/18 @ Kansas State (W 20-14) 09/27 vs. Louisiana Tech 10/04 vs. LSU 10/11 @ Mississippi State 10/18 -- Open Date -- 10/25 vs. South Carolina 11/01@ Ole Miss 11/08 vs. Texas A&M 11/15 @ Georgia 11/22 vs. Samford 11/29 @ Alabama