Auburn held its annual spring game in front of a crowd of approximately 40,000 fans. The glorified scrimmage, in which the Blue team beat the White team, 19-10, featured a "vanilla by design" offense where a leading candidate for the starting QB position did not emerge [...]
Auburn picked up instant help in the secondary when Miami, OH, transfer, Marshall Taylor, committed to the Tigers over the weekend. Taylor, who is set to graduate in May, will be immediately eligible to play this fall [...]
During the 81st NFL Draft, pro football teams started taking players with Alabama roots (that is, they played at a state high school or college) with the 18th pick on Thursday, and they kept at it until the very last pick - No. 253 - on Saturday.
By being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the fourth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, former Auburn receiver Ricardo Louis caught attention first for going earlier than many prognosticators expected and second for a remark regarding his development in college.
After three days and 253 picks over seven rounds, Auburn had three players selected in this year's NFL Draft but several others are pursuing professional careers as undrafted free agents.
09/05 vs. Louisville (Atlanta) 09/12 vs. Jacksonville State 09/19 @ LSU 09/26 vs. Mississippi State 10/03 vs. San Jose State (HC) 10/10 -- Open Date -- 10/15 @ Kentucky 10/24 @ Arkansas 10/31 vs. Ole Miss 11/07 @ Texas A&M 11/14 vs. Georgia 11/21 vs. Idaho 11/28 vs. Alabama
Woody Barrett - Quarterback John Broussard - Cornerback Marlon Character - Safety Nick Coe - Defensive End Marlon Davidson - Defensive End Kyle Davis - Wide Receiver Brodarious Hamm - Offensive Lineman Paul James III - Defensive End Antwuan Jackson - Defensive End David Marshall - Defensive End Malik Miller - Running Back Daquan Newkirk - Defensive End Landon Rice - Tight End Eli Stove - Wide Receiver Tre Threat - Linebacker