4/15/2014 - Football

'Work ethic unparalleled': Peyton Barber plays on

The running back is learning the Xs and Os of the playbook through the lens of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and dyslexia; and Tim Horton, his coach, says he's doing just fine.

4/15/2014 - Football

Phillip Marshall: For Trovon Reed, no time to waste

On Nov. 13, 2009, Trovon Reed stood before his classmates, family and friends in Thibodeaux, La., and announced he would play football for Auburn. For Reed, a 5-star prospect, it was an emotional and trying day.

4/15/2014 - Baseball

Auburn's comeback falls just short against Samford

Auburn's baseball team fought its way back from a six-run deficit to get within one but could not overtake Samford, falling 7-6 on a cold Tuesday night at Joe Lee Griffin Field.

4/15/2014 - Football

Auburn spring ahead of the game despite injuries

A dozen-or-so injuries on defense have forced some changes in practice, and slowed some progress, but defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson still says spring drills have gone well.

4/15/2014 - W. Equestrian

Auburn equestrian: Quest for a championship

Senior western rider Chelsea Zillner inks this blog for an inside look at the Auburn equestrian's quest for a second straight national title.

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