It would be easy to be concerned about Auburn's remaining games based on the Tigers defensive performance against the Gamecocks. Before going into full blown panic attack, consider the outcome of the games through 8 weeks into the season [...]
We will be in front of J&M Bookstore in Downtown Auburn Saturday with Scarlet & Gold from 10:00 to 2:00PM. Be sure to come by and say hello, enter to win some great prizes, be a part of our Live Gameday feed, and more! [...]
Some fans keep commenting on Auburn needing to find an offensive identity which is puzzling to comprehend. Auburn, through 6 games is No. 21 nationally averaging 487-yards per game, and No. 15 in scoring offense, averaging 39 PPG. At team that is struggling to find its offensive identity looks like Florida or Vanderbilt. They certainly don't look like a team that averages over 480-yards per game and nearly 40 PPG [...]
If you're Auburn, with that 6-1 record and facing road games at No. 9 Georgia (No. 11 CFP) and No. 3 Alabama (No. 6 CFP) in the coming weeks, it's probably not a good idea to drop this one to the 7-1 Rebels.
Who is the real Bo Wallace? Why is Ole Miss' defense slamming the door in the face of so many offensive coordinators? We ask that and more as Hugh Kellenberger of the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger answers our questions before the SEC showdown between Auburn and Ole Miss.
If Auburn is going to make a run at the College Football Playoff - and after Tuesday's initial rankings, the Tigers seem poised in perfect position - it's going to have to navigate the toughest finishing stretch an Auburn team has faced in almost three decades.
Scoring points in bunches is not hard at home for Auburn, which averaes 46.4 points per game. It's quite the contrast on the road, where Auburn scores only 21.5 points per game. Slow starts have been the culprit.
At the 2010 Iron Bowl, Cam Newton starred as Auburn's quarterback, Mark Ingram lined up at running back for Alabama and Robert Lester was a Crimson Tide safety. On Thursday night, they'll be on the same field again for the NFL game between the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers -- three of the 12 players from Alabama colleges and high schools who could play in the contest.
Ole Miss' defense has consistently pushed offenses around and ranks at or near the top of the nation in several categories. They terrorize quarterbacks, force turnovers and the first-team defense is nearly impenetrable, allowing only four touchdowns this season.
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 (W 45-17) 10/04 vs. LSU (W 41-7) 10/11 @ Mississippi State (L 23-38) 10/18 -- Open Date -- 10/25 vs. South Carolina (W 42-35) 11/01@ Ole Miss 11/08 vs. Texas A&M 11/15 @ Georgia 11/22 vs. Samford 11/29 @ Alabama