Photo: AuburnTigers.com Kickoff is only three days away. Let that sink in. Fans will be flocking to campus this weekend to experience the first game day of the new season, and a rather important one at that. If you are one of those fans making the trip to Jordan-Hare this weekend, here are some tips and other information that you will need before entering the gates on Saturday evening. NEW BAG POLICY Auburn University has announced a new bag policy for this season at athletic
Head Coach Gus Malzahn (Photo: Auburn Athletics) Auburn Head Football Coach Gus Malzahn addressed the media on Tuesday, prior to his team taking on second-ranked Clemson on Saturday night at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Malzahn spoke about a variety of topics, including Stephen Roberts, Quarterbacks, and, of course, Clemson. On Stephen Roberts: Stephen Roberts will not start in the Clemson game following his arrest last Wednesday night. When asked, Coach Malzahn said that Roberts wil
Auburn Quarterback Sean White (Photo: Auburn Athletics) Game day is only four days away, and Head Football Coach Gus Malzahn has released the depth chart for the season opener vs. Clemson. Highlights of the initial depth chart: Quarterback Sean White was announced the starter last Thursday, but no word as to who would serve as backup. Malzahn did not give any indication of who QB2 would be during his press conference on Tuesday. “There’s a good chance all of them will play th
Brenna McIlroy (Photo: Auburn Athletics/Dakota Sumpter) Auburn Volleyball returns to the court tonight to face Kennesaw State at 7pm, inside Auburn Arena. Auburn enters the match with an 0-3 record, following losses to Georgia Tech, Furman, and Pacific last weekend during the War Eagle Invitational. Sophomore Brenna McIlroy had a solid weekend for the Tigers, finishing the tournament with 34 total kills, including 15 in Saturday’s match with Furman. The performance earned her
Photo Courtesy of Auburn Athletics/Dakota Sumpter Auburn Soccer extended their win streak to three, after picking up two wins over Cal State Fullerton and Samford this weekend. The weekend began on the Plains, where the 24th-ranked Tigers welcomed in a tough team from out west, Cal State Fullerton. The Titans had a final record of 16-3-2 in 2015, and entered the weekend ranked in the top-40 in three categories. Seven minutes in, Casie Ramsier scored her second goal of the sea
Photo Courtesy of Auburn Athletics It is officially game week, and Auburn University Athletics has announced that there will be six parking options for those needing accessible options. For free. The spots are: Y Lot: The accessible lot is located at the Village Dorms: Parking for wheelchair ticket holders is issued through the AU Ticket Office.
· Free Parking
· Golf cart service
· Restroom across Donahue Drive
· Tailgating on Donahue Drive
Cole Lipscomb (Photo: Auburn Athletics) There is always room for baseball talk, even if first pitch is over five months away. Auburn Head Baseball Coach Butch Thompson announced Wednesday the 2017 schedule for his team, which will see the Tigers play 21 straight games inside the state of Alabama, 17 of those will be played at Plainsman Park. Auburn will host George Washington University for a three-game series to open the season beginning February 17, and ending on the 19th.
Photo: @ColinAthletics “He’s gotten better every scrimmage. He’s fun to coach. He has got a skill set that will make him really good.” That is the line that Auburn defensive coordinator, Kevin Steele, dropped when asked about Tiger defensive end, Paul James III on Tuesday night. James, a transfer from Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, Mississippi, has caught the attention of teammates and coaches alike since stepping on campus back in January. Despite being sideline
One of Auburn’s most talented, young linebackers is taking it all in. Auburn Linebacker Jeff Holland spoke with the media Tuesday night following practice to discuss how preseason practice was going in 2016, which will be his second as an Auburn Tiger. One of the highlights from his session, was his admiration for fellow linebacker, junior Carl Lawson. “I’m blessed to have a teammate like Carl (Lawson)” said Holland, “He’s like a mentor.” When asked why he looks up to Carl, w
One of Auburn’s most storied traditions returns this fall. Auburn University’s website announced Monday that rolling of the two oaks at Toomer’s Corner will resume this fall, however, there is a catch. Auburn University will allow fans to “gentle roll” following a Tiger win. What that means, is that fans can roll the trees with toilet paper, but they are not allowed to climb into the fences guarding the trees, nor will be allowed to climb onto the trees. The University is als