9/1/2014 - Football

Auburn's Melvin Ray adds to his collection of big plays

The wide receiver is averaging an eye-popping 26.4 yards per catch, including a long touchdown reception in Saturday's win over Arkansas.

8/31/2014 - Football

Jeremy Johnson strong in his support of Nick Marshall

The sophomore made a spot start, and turned in an impressive performance, hitting 12-of-16 passes for 243 yards, all in the first half.

8/31/2014 - Football

Auburn's D? 2 yards rushing, 3 first downs in second half

The Tigers break away from a halftime tie by shutting down Arkansas in a most convincing fashion.

8/30/2014 - Football

Duke Williams catches on fast in his Auburn debut

The new Auburn receiver catches nine passes in his first Auburn game as he lives up to the hype that followed him to the Tigers.

8/31/2014 - Football

From the Desk of David Housel: August 30

The more things change, the more they remain the same... Same song, second verse, third verse, fourth verse. Auburn-Arkansas, August 30, 2014. Same song, umpteenth verse of college football's oldest controversy. It is a controversy, a conflict, a difference of philosophy, that goes back to the earliest days of college football. Auburn-Arkansas is but another chapter, another case study, of that on-going, enduring controversy.

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