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https://www.sports-reference.com/cbb/schools/auburn/head-to-head.html

On this site it only goes as far back as the 1949-1950 season. 

64-91 vs Bama

70-58 vs Ole Miss

58-68 vs LSU

70-56 vs Mississippi State

76-60 vs Georgia after today

60-61 vs Florida

44-66 vs Vanderbilt after this past week.

20-88 vs Kentucky

40-66 vs Tennessee

19-34 vs Arkansas

22-17 vs South Carolina

5-10 vs TAMU

6-5 vs Mizzou

 

 

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So realistically BRUCE can get us over the hump v. Ole Miss, LSU, UF, and aTM.  That would be amazing.

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4 minutes ago, dyehardfanAU said:

So realistically BRUCE can get us over the hump v. Ole Miss, LSU, UF, and aTM.  That would be amazing.

We have technically already humped Mississippi- 12 games over the hump vs Ole Miss and 14 over the hump vs Miss St. 

Now if he can get us even with Kentucky, we'll make the University after him.

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12 minutes ago, WDE_OxPx_2010 said:

We have technically already humped Mississippi- 12 games over the hump vs Ole Miss and 14 over the hump vs Miss St. 

Now if he can get us even with Kentucky, we'll make the University after him.

yeah, sorry, momentary dyslexia I suppose.  Still, 3 ain't bad and I think BRUCE will be here long enough to do it.

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49 minutes ago, dyehardfanAU said:

So realistically BRUCE can get us over the hump v. Ole Miss, LSU, UF, and aTM.  That would be amazing.

We have lost 13 of the last 15 to Ole Miss. I WILL ACCEPT NOTHING BUT A SWEEP OF THEM THIS YEAR!!!! Them sweeping us last year and 1 of them being a complete and utter blowout and our worst loss of the season sans the Rupp game still overcooks my grits! lol.

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Hey @augolf1716 can you provide us the records from prior to the ‘49 season...you know, from your personal records?? Thank you sir. :) 

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4 minutes ago, NoALtiger said:

Hey @augolf1716 can you provide us the records from prior to the ‘49 season...you know, from your personal records?? Thank you sir. :) 

Aren't you cute.............................. 

 

Auburn Coaching History[2]
Tenure Coach Seasons Won Lost Tied Pct. Conf. Conf. Pct.
1905–1921 Donahue 16 74 80 1 .481
1921–1924 Hutsell 3 16 24 .400
1924–1925 Bunker 1 3 11 .214
1925–1928 Papke 3 38 18 .679
1928–1929 Bohler 1 6 15 .286
1929–1930 Lee 1 1 10 .091
1930–1933 McAllister 3 25 18 .581 4–7 .364
1933–42, 1945–46 Jordan 10 95 77 .552 61–56 .521
1942–43, 1944–45 Evans 2 4 28 .125 3–18 .143
1946–1947 Edney 1 3 18 .143 1–15 .063
1947–1949 Doyle 2 21 25 .457 12–18 .400
1949–1963 Eaves 14 213 100 .681 124–75 .623
1963–1973 Lynn 10 130 124 .512 84–88 .488
1973–1978 Davis 5 70 61 .534 42–48 .467
1978–1989 Smith 11 173 154 .529 84–114 .424
1989–1994 Eagles 5 64 78 .451 29–55 .345
1994–2004 Ellis 10 186 125 .598 73–87 .456
2004–2010 Lebo 6 96 93 .508 35–61 .365
2010–2014 Barbee 4 49 75 .395 18–50 .265
2014–present Pearl 6 115 72 .615 43-50 .462
Total   113 1,372 1,206 1 .532 610–742 .451
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35 minutes ago, augolf1716 said:

Aren't you cute.............................. 

 

Auburn Coaching History[2]
Tenure Coach Seasons Won Lost Tied Pct. Conf. Conf. Pct.
1905–1921 Donahue 16 74 80 1 .481
1921–1924 Hutsell 3 16 24 .400
1924–1925 Bunker 1 3 11 .214
1925–1928 Papke 3 38 18 .679
1928–1929 Bohler 1 6 15 .286
1929–1930 Lee 1 1 10 .091
1930–1933 McAllister 3 25 18 .581 4–7 .364
1933–42, 1945–46 Jordan 10 95 77 .552 61–56 .521
1942–43, 1944–45 Evans 2 4 28 .125 3–18 .143
1946–1947 Edney 1 3 18 .143 1–15 .063
1947–1949 Doyle 2 21 25 .457 12–18 .400
1949–1963 Eaves 14 213 100 .681 124–75 .623
1963–1973 Lynn 10 130 124 .512 84–88 .488
1973–1978 Davis 5 70 61 .534 42–48 .467
1978–1989 Smith 11 173 154 .529 84–114 .424
1989–1994 Eagles 5 64 78 .451 29–55 .345
1994–2004 Ellis 10 186 125 .598 73–87 .456
2004–2010 Lebo 6 96 93 .508 35–61 .365
2010–2014 Barbee 4 49 75 .395 18–50 .265
2014–present Pearl 6 115 72 .615 43-50 .462
Total   113 1,372 1,206 1 .532 610–742 .451

Pearl might be able to catch up to Eaves if he has a few undefeated seasons but goodness. The percentages, esp conference wise, are gonna be hard to matchup

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Always blows my mind that Shug coached 10  b-ball seasons here and several more at UGA. Oh and let’s not forget the WWII service and Purple Heart in between. As impressive a man as I think you’d ever find anywhere I’d imagine. I would have liked to have met him. 

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38 minutes ago, Dual-Threat Rigby said:

Pearl might be able to catch up to Eaves if he has a few undefeated seasons but goodness. The percentages, esp conference wise, are gonna be hard to matchup

Eaves was quite a coach.....developed what was knows as the "Auburn shuffle" and during the years I was in school, he rarely had a player taller than 6'7" who played a meaningful role.  Mostly the weave and cut/drive offense with lots of layups and a team that generally shot about 50% from the field.    He left us to become the AD at Georgia.  

And yep...will be tough for any coach to match his record.. Cliff could have caught him on the number of wins if he could have avoided NCAA problems...and at the rate he is going BP might catch him if he stays around here  a while. ...and advantage of playing quite a few more games each season than AU played back in Joel Eaves' day where a typical season was 22-23 games total. . 

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55 minutes ago, NoALtiger said:

Always blows my mind that Shug coached 10  b-ball seasons here and several more at UGA. Oh and let’s not forget the WWII service and Purple Heart in between. As impressive a man as I think you’d ever find anywhere I’d imagine. I would have liked to have met him. 

One of the best I've ever met or had the pleasure to be around many times and proud to call him a frat brother. I have mention this before but Shug had a photographic memory if he met you one time he never forgot your name or hometown

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12 hours ago, NoALtiger said:

Always blows my mind that Shug coached 10  b-ball seasons here and several more at UGA. Oh and let’s not forget the WWII service and Purple Heart in between. As impressive a man as I think you’d ever find anywhere I’d imagine. I would have liked to have met him. 

He was the easiest person to meet and communicate with that I've ever encountered. I was doing some research on a cotton field across from Shug's house and he'd walk his little dog there, sometimes at the same time I was checking cotton. He'd ask where you were from, in my case he asked how a boy from Miami ended up at Auburn and other personal things. The second time he was out there when I checked the field, he congratulated me on my old high school winning a big football game a few days before. As @augolf1716 said above, Coach was amazing.

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4 hours ago, Mikey said:

He was the easiest person to meet and communicate with that I've ever encountered. I was doing some research on a cotton field across from Shug's house and he'd walk his little dog there, sometimes at the same time I was checking cotton. He'd ask where you were from, in my case he asked how a boy from Miami ended up at Auburn and other personal things. The second time he was out there when I checked the field, he congratulated me on my old high school winning a big football game a few days before. As @augolf1716 said above, Coach was amazing.

I think it's interesting that there was a cotton field across from his house. Where did he live back then? Was that after he had retired? 

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10 hours ago, steeleagle said:

I think it's interesting that there was a cotton field across from his house. Where did he live back then? Was that after he had retired? 

No, he was still coaching. The cotton field was located about where Kinucan's is/was in later years. (I think) It was on the south side of the street, went all the way from the intersection of that street and South College Street to about 1/4 mile east from the intersection. Shug and Poultry Professor Dr. Cottier were two who I knew who lived on the north side of that street, across from the cotton field. Wish I could remember the street's name, I'd be able to drive there no problem but I can't recall the name. It was a nice neighborhood but nothing exclusive or fancy.

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15 hours ago, Mikey said:

He was the easiest person to meet and communicate with that I've ever encountered. I was doing some research on a cotton field across from Shug's house and he'd walk his little dog there, sometimes at the same time I was checking cotton. He'd ask where you were from, in my case he asked how a boy from Miami ended up at Auburn and other personal things. The second time he was out there when I checked the field, he congratulated me on my old high school winning a big football game a few days before. As @augolf1716 said above, Coach was amazing.

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!!!!!!! No way. NO FREAKING WAY. You are from Miami?!?!? LOL WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW. I can check off having my mind blown off the bucket list!!! I thought you were from Reeltown like Charles!!!! hahaha. Miami would be one of the last places I would of guessed! Good ish Mike!!! I dig it.

 

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3 minutes ago, GwillMac6 said:

Miami would be one of the last places I would of guessed! Good ish Mike!!! I dig it.

Fourth generation Miami, born and raised. My family were pioneers there, back when it was a sleepy fishing village. They had a trading post on the Miami River where they traded with the Indians for animal hides and bird plumes. We've all bailed out now, except for one cousin who lives in Miami Springs. The Springs is it's own little town and life there is ok if you don't have to go outside its city limits.

 

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3 minutes ago, Mikey said:

Fourth generation Miami, born and raised. My family were pioneers there, back when it was a sleepy fishing village. They had a trading post on the Miami River where they traded with the Indians for animal hides and bird plumes. We've all bailed out now, except for one cousin who lives in Miami Springs. The Springs is it's own little town and life there is ok if you don't have to go outside its city limits.

 

FINALLY!!! It only took 3 and a half years but at last I get a little clarity and a peek behind the curtain of the mystery man Mike. I appreciate the info man.

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1 hour ago, abw0004 said:

The Alabama-Auburn record is surprising.

Auburn had a slight lead in the series back when I first started following AU basketball. Something like 27-25, thereabouts. We lost a lot of games to teams coached by C.M. Newton and Wimp Sanderson. At first it looked like our Bob Davis was going to be the answer to Newton but something happened, possibly with the PTB at the time.  I've never found out exactly what caused the blowup between AU and Davis.

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On 1/11/2020 at 7:38 PM, Dual-Threat Rigby said:

Pearl might be able to catch up to Eaves if he has a few undefeated seasons but goodness. The percentages, esp conference wise, are gonna be hard to matchup

5 more years of 20 wins or better and he will be the winningest coach in AU history.  I really hope we see this happen!  Maybe even sooner?

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3 hours ago, abw0004 said:

The Alabama-Auburn record is surprising.

I think a lot of casual fans and honestly probaly just fans in general would be suprised to know Bama has the second most SEC tourney titles in SEC basketball history and has the fourth most SEC regular season basketball titles in SEC history (only Kentucky, LSU and Rocky Top have more than them in this category). I know I def was when I learned of those 2 stats!

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1 hour ago, AUpreacherman22 said:

5 more years of 20 wins or better and he will be the winningest coach in AU history.  I really hope we see this happen!  Maybe even sooner?

This year looks to be on pace for 30. If a few more recruits pick the right path next season, I think that could be a 25 win season too. I think we could hit it in 4 seasons really

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1 hour ago, GwillMac6 said:

I think a lot of casual fans and honestly probaly just fans in general would be suprised to know Bama has the second most SEC tourney titles in SEC basketball history and has the fourth most SEC regular season basketball titles in SEC history (only Kentucky, LSU and Rocky Top have more than them in this category). I know I def was when I learned of those 2 stats!

Wimp owned the SECT. He would always get his teams ready for the SECT.

And CM Newton won a lot of conference titles while he put Alabama on the basketball map. (I think they didn't have the SECT when he was coaching, but not sure)...

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5 hours ago, GwillMac6 said:

I think a lot of casual fans and honestly probaly just fans in general would be suprised to know Bama has the second most SEC tourney titles in SEC basketball history and has the fourth most SEC regular season basketball titles in SEC history (only Kentucky, LSU and Rocky Top have more than them in this category). I know I def was when I learned of those 2 stats!

Yeah as much as I detest them, they have generally had a pretty good program most of my life. They’ve been down some periodically, but probably less than most programs.  There has been some great players go through there over the years for sure. 

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