9/1/2014 - Football

Auburn's Rhett Lashlee likes play of his quarterbacks

Jeremy Johnson and Nick Marshall each did well in the season-opening victory, and that, says the Tigers' offensive coordinator, was expected.

9/1/2014 - Football

Auburn's Daniel Carlson is SEC freshman of the week

The punter and kicker had a good day in his college debut, whether it was booming punts or kickoffs, or hitting his first field goal.

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.

9/1/2014 - Football

Newcomer Q&A: WR D'haquille Williams

D'haquille Williams offers Auburn fans just another something to get excited about. The No. 1 junior college transfer arrived to add to an already deep Tiger receiving corps. Williams, a 2013 NJCAA honorable mention All-American, begins 2014 as a preseason All-SEC third team selection.

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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