10/25/2014 - Football

No. 5 Auburn notches 42-35 win against South Carolina

Auburn's Nick Marshall, Cameron Artis-Payne and Ricardo Louis needed every yard, every foot, of their monster offensive games Saturday night to win a wild, wild game over South Carolina 42-35 in Jordan-Hare Stadium. Artis-Payne, the tailback, and Louis, a receiver, each rushed for more than 100 yards and Marshall accounted for more than 200 total yards as the Tigers smashed their way to more than 500 yards of offense in a see-saw game that ended with the Tigers on top. Auburn didn't take the lead until the third quarter, then didn't take the lead for good until the fourth.

10/25/2014 - Football

Gus Malzahn happy Auburn found a way in wild game

The Tigers' coach says the defense didn't play well, but still withstood risk-taking Steve Spurrier an South Carolina

10/24/2014 - Football

Rhett Lashlee looks to repeat Auburn's second-half run

The Tigers took off in the second half of last season, and at the break, Auburn's offensive coordinator looks for another run in 2014.

10/25/2014 - W. Soccer

More Than Soccer - An Auburn-Alabama Rivalry

Redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Alyse Scott is like any Auburn fan and knows the rivalry with Alabama is like no other. However, for her, the rivalry takes on a very different and personal meaning.

10/25/2014 - W. Golf

Fall season finale for Auburn at Alamo Invitational

The 19th-ranked Auburn's women's golf team will close out the fall season this week with 54 holes at the Alamo Invitational, which runs Sunday through Tuesday at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio, Texas.

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