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  1. Time to break some more streaks tonight at UF!

    1988, how is that even possible? Geesh that’s an embarrassing streak that needs to end.
  2. Basketball Probe

    That’s gotta be some sort of facepalm record.
  3. Basketball Probe

    I get what your saying Mike but how is it not going to feel weird when the FBI is snooping around? Yes, it’s all not right at this point. Everyone is guarded about the topic, lawyers in everyone’s ear, short staffed, short team, and oh, and it’s happening amid our best season in 20 years. It’s an odd situation to say the absolute least.
  4. McLemore's Surgery

    By James Crepea Auburn center Anfernee McLemore's surgery for a dislocated ankle, fractured tibia and torn ligaments went "extremely well," according to coach Bruce Pearl, and his recovery time could be on the faster side of the initially expected timetable. McLemore suffered his gruesome injury late in the first half of Auburn's game at South Carolina on Saturday and had surgery on Sunday. "The surgery went extremely well," Pearl said. "Prior to the surgery the doctors were talking about four to six months (until McLemore returns), and after the surgery we're talking about four months. It went that well." McLemore made 21 starts in 27 games this season and averaged 7.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 blocks, which is tied for 11th nationally. How Auburn basketball will make up for loss of McLemore Pearl said McLemore, who is in Auburn recovering, is expected to be in attendance when the No. 12 Tigers (23-4, 11-3 SEC) host rival Alabama on Wednesday (7:30 p.m. CT, SEC Network). "We have eight players available to us," Pearl said, "and it'll be next man up." James Crepea is an Auburn beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him
  5. Men vs. South Carolina

    Can’t shoot for nothing today. Wow
  6. Men vs. South Carolina

    My goodness. Prayers for big Mc.
  7. Men vs. South Carolina

    A crap the bed game and now Anfernee is hurt. Fantastic.
  8. Men vs. South Carolina

    Not making free throws, bad passes, not getting loose balls, just everything. This would be a bad loss.
  9. Men vs. South Carolina

    Maybe a good ole fashioned pounding will get our boys ready and re-focused for the stretch run. I dunno, just trying to find something positive in this crap show.
  10. Men vs. South Carolina

    South Crackalacky playing like we usually do. Hustle, intensity, everything we aren’t doing so far.
  11. Men vs. South Carolina

    Wow how embarrassing.
  12. Men vs. South Carolina

    Just sloppy all the way around. It’s early and we’ll kick it in soon.
  13. Men vs. South Carolina

    Struggle so far.
  14. Basketball Probe

    On first bracket reveal… “We just looked at it, can you blankity blank believe this. Now on the day on that name does get announced with all the blood, sweat and tears you go through it is spectacular.” On Chuck Person’s arrest... “Chuck called me that morning. He told me briefly what happened. I was shocked. We don’t know what’s true, what isn’t true. We know what’s alleged. Unfortunately, Chuck is fired. I’ve got two assistants that have been put on paid administrative leave, Danjel and Austin don’t have their eligibility for this year. The university has put itself under a very strong investigation to go through this process.” On not complying with university’s Internal investigation... “We have complied enough to still be here. I think so many times when you have an internal investigation it should be internal. I wouldn’t be here coaching if there were greater problems.” On what he knew about Person’s alleged actions.... “Basically because we still have an ongoing investigation I can’t really comment on that other than that we are working through the process and I’m confident that when it’s all said and done I’ll still be the coach at Auburn for the right reasons.” On the future… “We take it one day at a time, but I love Auburn. I love it here. I’d love to be able to have a legacy. I’ve said this before — I don’t want a building, I don’t want a street, I don’t think I’ve done enough to ever get a court, but maybe a door. I’d love maybe at one of the entrances to Auburn Arena they call it the Pearly Gates and have it out front. I just hope at the end of the day they don’t show me the door.” *** Subscribe: Try Auburn Undercover's VIP package FOR FREE and get the latest intel *** *** Get free breaking news in the Auburn Undercover newsletter *** Author Michael Niziolek @michaelniziolek by Taboola Sponsored Links You May Like
  15. Men vs. Kentucky

    Not bad for a probable “one and done” tourney team.