4/20/2014 - Football

Phillip Marshall: A-Day thoughts and impressions

There are lots of ways to set up spring games. For several years, Auburn had a scoring system that allowed the game to simply be between the offense and the defense. Boring. At least we were able to see playmakers doing their things Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

4/20/2014 - Football

Sammie Coates ready 'to show the world' what Auburn can do

"We want to show the world that we're the best group of wide receivers in the nation," says Sammie Coates. "We have a great quarterback. The offensive line is doing a great job." The Tigers showed it at A-Day on Saturday.

4/20/2014 - Football

Defensive MVP Kenny Flowers makes case he's ready to play

Junior linebacker Kenny Flowers just wanted to have a solid performance during Auburn's A-Day game on Saturday, to show his coaches he'd improved over the course of the spring.

4/19/2014 - Football

Auburn, Nick Marshall on target in A-Day Game

Gus Malzahn wasn't kidding when he said he had Auburn football team working on the passing game in spring practice. Nick Marshall completed 13-of-22 passes for 236 yards and four touchdowns to lead the first-team Blue offense to a 58-3 win Auburn's A-Day Game in front of 70,645 fans in Jordan-Hare Stadium. The team that led the SEC in rushing last season gave opponents something else to think about in 2014. "Our emphasis was obviously throwing the football," Malzahn said. "It was good to see our guys throwing and catching the ball in front of a crowd."

4/19/2014 - Football

Phillip Marshall: 'A big blessing' for Duke Williams

For more than an hour after Auburn's A-Day game, D'haquille Williams signed his named and posed for pictures. Standing near the spot where Chris Davis turned for corner and ran into Auburn history on Nov. 30, Williams scarcely had room to move.

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