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4/17/14: Coaching in the college football ranks is a full time job throughout the year. Even though the regular season only last three months from September through November, bowl games add another month, so do spring practices and summer training camp. That does not even take into account the non-stop recruiting. Such is the case with Auburn as they try to land top prospects like four-star wide receiver John Burt. Burt is a Tallahassee native and the FSU Seminoles are after him, as are the Texas Longhorns. That is just one example, but the Tigers will have dozens of more recruits to go after, all year long.
4/10/14: Reese Dismukes figures to be the Auburn Tigers' starting center again this season, so the coaching staff is limiting his play in spring practices. Not a bad idea since it reduces his chance for injury and allows the team to evaluate other players. Xavier Dampeer is taking on that challenge to prove that he should be Dismukes' eventual replacement. Dampeer has shown strong play this spring with the first and second teams. Dampeer came in in the middle of the semester and has quickly picked up the offense and call that the center must make. He should get some time playing this season and looks to be the Tigers' center of the future.
4/3/14: Auburn has yet another off the field issue hanging over their heads, but at least this one does not involve players. Three Auburn students were arrested for a burglary at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The trio made off with over $16,000 worth of football memorabilia from the stadium, much of it relating to Auburn greats and Heisman Trophy winners Bo Jackson and Cam Newton. The students allegedly broke in through the locker room and stole jerseys, helmets and a football from the 2010 BCS Championship Game (which Auburn won). Its probably safe to say that the students will not get season tickets this year.
3/27/14: Auburn has 17 spring practices scheduled, and by the looks of things, incumbent starting defensive end LaDarius Ownes will not be part of any of them. Owens has a foot injury, one that required surgery. He is in the midst of rehabbing from the surgery and head coach Gus Malzahn does not expect the senior defensive lineman to be able to participate in any of the spring practices. The good news is that with Owens experience, he probably will not miss much. He knows the schemes and is a starter for a reason. It also gives other players a chance to show their skills. If all goes well, then he should be fine to start the regular season.
3/20/14: Auburn is among the most unique football programs in the SEC, indeed in all of college football. This is a program that can achieve greatness, then be among the worst in the nation, and get back to the top without missing a beat. Just five years ago, Auburn went undefeated and won the National Championship. Then they slipped, and won only two games just two years ago. Then, in a blink of an eye, they are playing for the National Championship once again. They may want to see more consistency in the future, but just getting to the top of the mountain is pretty impressive on its own.
3/13/14: Nothing like a good old rivalry to add teeth to what should have been a meaningless debate. It is well-believed that Alabama head coach Nick Saban proposed the 10 second offensive freeze rule to allow defensive subs. Saban denies proposing it, but is in favor of slowing down up-tempo offenses. Auburn, predictably, is against it. Auburn's athletic director came out last week bashing the proposal, and says that players like the up-tempo game. It is all moot now, though, as the proposed rule has been tabled, for now, that is. Of course it could come up later when more data is available about player safety in fast-paced offenses.
3/6/14: Gus Malzahn, the people are with you! By people, it means that other coaches support you - to the tune of 73%. A few weeks ago, Alabama head coach Nick Saban floated the idea of a ten second grace period to substitute defensive players. That would presumably slow down up-tempo offenses (and benefit Alabama). Malzahn came out critical of the proposed rule and it looks like the other coaches have his back. Most coaches apparently want to allow for up-tempo offenses, which is probably good for the game. Even if Alabama and Saban do not like it too much.
The Auburn Tigers play Division I college football for Auburn University in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Tigers play their home games on Pat Dye Field at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Tigers are currently coached by Gus Malzahn.
2/27/14: The Auburn and Alabama rivalry has no bounds. If one says up, the other inevitably says down. That is just the nature of the in-state rivals and there is nothing wrong with that at all. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that after Alabama head coach Nick Saban advocated a ten second period for defenses to sub players in and out, that Aubrun head coach Gus Malzahn came out publicly against it. Allowing this substitution would slow down up-tempo offenses (like Auburn's), though Saban claims it is for player safety. Other coaches have come out against the proposed rule change as well, but none has the clout of Malzahn right now. In fact, many people believe it is just Saban trying to get a competitive advantage for his defense, rather than to increase player safety.
2/20/14: Some good news for Auburn and four star recruit Kalvarez Bessent last week. He was cleared on all drug related charges from an arrest a few weeks ago. He was originally charged with possession and intent to distribute marijuana, which could have derailed a promising career before it ever started. Another person arrested claimed responsibility and the Florida state's attorney office decided there was not enough evidence against Bessent. Bessent was a prized recruit and should bolster the Auburn defense in the near future. With this episode behind him, he can now focus on football and school, as Auburn tries to get back to the National Championship Game.
2/13/14: A cynic may say 'welcome to the SEC', but that may be even too cynical. Four star recruit Kalvaraz Bessent was arrested last week and now faces felony marijuana charges. Bessent was in the passenger seat when the vehicle he was in was stopped and the contraband was found. Since no one took ownership of the drug, all four in the car were booked. Possession is one charge that may get whittled down, but intent to distribute is entirely different. Bessent was released on bond. Here is hoping that one foolish mistake does not cost him and education and potential career.
2/6/14: There is no denying that Auburn made a spectacular leap last season. They were close to terrible in 2012, then made the jump all the way to SEC West Champion and the BCS Championship Game. A lot of the credit is due to head coach Gus Malzahn, and that is a given. But his support staff deserves credit as well. One of those is Chip Lindsey. Lindsey did not coach last season, but was part of the staff. He is leaving Auburn to be the offensive coordinator for Southern Mississippi. Lindsey understands the offense in college football, and this is a great opportunity for him to further his career. All the best.
1/30/14: Auburn's co-offensive coordinator Dameyune Craig is backtracking on his public frustration of not getting a head coaching job. Craig certainly has the resume now. While serving as an assistant at Florida State, he coached two first round draft picks (Christian Ponder and E.J. Manuel). He also recruited Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston prior to leaving the Noles for Auburn. At Auburn, he helped turn around a team that went 3-9 into one that played for the national championship. He now says he is not frustrated, but his success does indicate that he should a head coach candidate sometime in the near future.
1/23/14: Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn has been decorated extremely well for his work with the 2013 Auburn Tigers. In the last week, he has taken home both the Bear Bryant Award and the Bobby Bowden Award for coaching. The Bowden award is only five years old and has never left the state of Alabama. In addition to that, Malzahn has won four other awards, bringing his total to six of the 11 coaching awards available. Duke head coach David Cutcliff won the other five. In any case, it is a great reflection on the wonderful job Malzahn has done since he returned to Auburn.
1/16/14: Auburn football enjoyed a rejuvenation this past season under first year head coach Gus Malzahn, and his genius will likely keep the Tigers competitive for several years. But, like every successful program, key players leave. The biggest so far is star running back Tre Mason. Mason rushed for over 1,800 yards this season, including over 300 against Missouri in the SEC Championship game and 195 against Florida State in the BCS Championship Game. Mason was the key cog in the potent Auburn rushing attack, and he will be missed. Here's hoping he is just as successful on Sundays.
1/9/14: Auburn let FSU rally for the win in the National Championship, but that is one extremely talented and well-coached team. FSU was favored by double digits heading into the game, however, Auburn controlled the tempo for most of the game. They ran the ball effectively all night and racked up over 200 yards on the ground. Unfortunately for the Tigers, the Seminoles woke up in the second half and shut down the potent Auburn rushing attack in the third quarter. Ultimately, FSU scored the winning touchdown with 13 seconds remaining and claimed the national championship. Auburn, however, will be back.
1/2/14: Auburn continues to sneak under the radar, which is pretty much unheard of for a team heading into the BCS Championship Game. Sure, the Tigers earned a lot of publicity for the Alabama win (perhaps the greatest last second touchdown of all time), but all of the focus on this game has been on the Florida State Seminoles. There is speculation rising about head coach Gus Malzahn though. Texas has not hired anyone yet, and the longer it goes, to more the rumors may spread that Malzahn could be headed to the Longhorns. Auburn plays FSU in the BCS Championship Game in Pasadena, California on January 6th.
12/26/13: As Auburn prepares for the BCS Championship Game against No. 1 Florida State on January 6, 2014 in Pasadena, California, they have to be mindful of FSU's dynamic offense. Auburn has shown they can score on anybody, so offense is not the issue. However, they have not faced an offense like this yet. Heisman Trophy winner QB Jameis Winston will not flinch with a blitz. The Tigers best chance may be on stopping the run and keeping it close - forcing FSU to do something they have not had to do yet this season - win under pressure.
12/19/13: Auburn has always been considered the little brother to big bad Alabama, but that may play into their hands right now. The Tigers, of course, are headed to Pasadena to play for the BCS Championship against Florida State. However, Auburn is not getting much press. All the media attention is on Nick Saban and his future at Alabama or Texas or FSU QB Jameis Winston and his off-field issues or awards. That allows Auburn to prepare for the Championship Game without the distractions that are following others - and gives them a good chance to win.
12/12/13: Auburn may have just barely survived the SEC West with a couple miracle finishes against Georgia and Alabama, but they showed just how strong their offense is against Missouri in the SEC Championship Game. This game was a scoring fest between two excellent teams, and it came down to Auburn essentially breaking serve in the fourth quarter to earn the win. Their prize, along with the SEC Championship, is a date with Florida State in the BCS Championship Game in Pasadena, California. It is the fifth straight year a team from Alabama has played in the game, and each time the Alabama-based school has won.
12/5/13: The biggest game of the weekend and perhaps the biggest Iron Bowl of all time certainly lived up to the hype. Auburn scored a stunning upset win over Alabama by continually gashing the Crimson Tide on the ground. Of course this game will be remembered for Chris Davis returning Alabama's missed field goal for a 109 yar winning touchdown as time expired. It is likely the play of the year and one of the greatest plays of all time. The win puts Auburn in the SEC Championship Game against the Missouri Tigers, with a possible trip to the BCS Championship Game for the winner.
11/28/13: The Auburn Tigers can certainly be considered a surprise team this season. The Tigers have a bye week before wrapping up their regular season with the annual Iron Bowl game against arch rival Alabama. Auburn is currently 10-1, ranked 6th in the BCS and in second place in the SEC West. Their only loss was a road game at LSU. If the Tigers can beat Alabama, then they will play in the SEC Championship Game against either Missouri or South Carolina. A win there will get them into a BCS Bowl Game, though it may not be enough to get them to the National Championship Game.
Auburn Tigers Football Tickets - History
Auburn began football play in 1892 and has won two national titles in its history. The most recent came during the 2010 season when the Tigers beat the University of Oregon Ducks, 22-19 in the BCS National Championship. Auburn also won a national championship in 1957. The Tigers have also won seven SEC titles. Auburn has four main rivals; Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana State and Florida. The Tigers have faced those four schools a total of 233 times going into the 2011 season. Along with Auburn's team success, it has seen players shine as individuals as well. Pat Sullivan, Bo Jackson and most recently Cam Newton have won the Heisman Trophy as Auburn Tigers.
Auburn Tigers Football Tickets - Jordan-Hare Stadium
The Tigers play their home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium. It is located on the Auburn campus at 251 South Donahue Drive in Auburn. The 87,451-seat stadium first opened in 1939 and has been expanded eight times since then.
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