4/18/2014 - Football

Phillip Marshall: Tucker Tuberville's journey back home

I remember Tucker Tuberville as the ever-present oldest son of former Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville. I remember the little boy that would come with his mother near the end of practice. Later, he would throw passes on the field and finally would drive around in his father's gold cart with Troy, his younger brother.

4/17/2014 - Football

'Quality depth...': Auburn will showcase it at A-Day

Some of Auburn's defensive starters this fall won't play in Auburn's A-Day Game on Saturday. They're hurt. But the injuries have opened the door for others, and they'll have a chance to impress Gus Malzahn again in the 2 p.m. game in Jordan-Hare Stadium.

4/17/2014 - Football

First-timers look forward to Auburn's A-Day game

For safety Derrick Moncrief, Saturday's A-Day game is more than just another scrimmage, more than the final practice of the spring. It'll be a day for which he has waited since he was young.

4/17/2014 - Football

Auburn's Smith likes the old and the new at cornerback

All-Southeastern Conference cornerback Chris Davis is gone, headed for the NFL. Auburn cornerbacks coach Melvin Smith says Davis will be missed, but he has a good feeling about those still around and those to come.

4/16/2014 - Football

Word from Jay Jacobs: A-Day show of support

Anticipation. Excitement. New possibilities. The gathering of family and friends. A show of support for our student-athletes. This is the spirit of A-Day. As a former player, A-Day is important to me and to our team. It's a show of fan support for our current players and future recruits. It sets a tone and an expectation for the coming year. Here's what Coach Malzahn said about A-Day 2013, when we put over 80,000 people in the stands:

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