It has been a long season for the Auburn Tigers, with a five-game losing streak and a midseason coaching change, but now the senior leaders on this team will have the chance to say goodbye to their program on Saturday.
One of Auburn’s top recruits from last class and a former No. 1 player in JUCO, Jeffrey M’Ba went down against Texas A&M with what appeared to be a lower-body injury. As Auburn prepares for Western Kentucky, it is still unclear if the Tigers will have M’Ba along the defensive front.
Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl has said once his players start hitting shots, the team has a chance to be really good, and that was true tonight as the Auburn offense finally clicked on its way to a huge 89-65 win over Winthrop.
For the second time this season, an Auburn defensive lineman has been recognized as the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week, and this time it is junior standout Colby Wooden.
The grades for Auburn following its 13-10 win in a defensive slugfest with Texas A&M.
On the coldest night of the year in Auburn, with two of the coldest teams in the SEC doing battle, the Tigers finally ended their five-game losing streak with an ugly but hard-fought win over Texas A&M. Auburn’s defense shut down the Aggies offense in a dominant second-half display that secured the 13-10 victory.
In the 25th consecutive sellout at Neville Arena, the Tigers prevailed once again in front of a raucous home crowd. Behind the dynamic duo of point guard Wendell Green Jr. and small forward Allen Flanigan, Auburn was able to overcome a halftime deficit and defeat the University of South Florida (USF), 67-59.
Just under two years ago, it was hard to imagine that a primetime kickoff between Auburn(3-6, 1-5 SEC) and Texas A&M(3-6, 1-5) on a Saturday in November would decide the last place team in the SEC West.
In the much-anticipated season-opener, in what is likely the most anticipated(at least ticket-wise) season in recent memory, Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl’s No. 15 Tigers(1-0) defeated George Mason 70-52. The Patriots(0-1) put up a good fight, but Auburn’s size and tenacity on the defensive end decided the matchup.
Carnell "Cadillac" Williams is as Auburn as they come. A record-breaking running back during his four years on the Plains, Williams returned to his alma mater in 2019 to coach the new crop of Auburn running backs looking to etch their names in the annals of history.
The grades for Auburn following its heartbreaking 39-33 comeback loss to Mississippi State.
With a slow start, missed opportunities on turnovers and a comeback that came up just short, Auburn fought as its coach said, but the Tigers could not pull off the upset in Starkville.
The hiring of Carnell ‘Cadillac’ Williams has seemingly breathed life into a program that was looking for direction during the final weeks of the Bryan Harsin era.
When Carnell ‘Cadillac’ Williams first stepped foot onto Auburn’s campus in 2001, the freshman running back had lofty expectations in front of him.
Auburn has found its replacement for Allen Greene in former Athletics Director of Mississippi State John Cohen. Cohen spent the previous six seasons as the AD for Mississippi State, and was with the athletic program in various capacities for the last 14 years.
Carnell ‘Cadillac’ Williams, the team’s running back coach, is now the interim coach for the Tigers following Bryan Harsin’s firing, Auburn announced.
Auburn is 3-10 in its last 13 games, and Auburn head coach Bryan Harsin is looking for answers once again.
As the Razorbacks come to Jordan-Hare Stadium once again, the teams are heading in different directions, and the pressure is on for Auburn to get back to winning to make a bowl game for the ninth straight season.
Auburn has lost another player to the transfer portal in wide receiver Landen King. King announced his transfer on Twitter, after there were reports that he was taking a redshirt after limited action this season.
Bryan Harsin confirmed Monday that defensive lineman Zykeivous Walker has left the team following the Georgia game.
Wendell Green, Jr., Auburn’s top returning scorer from the 2021-2022 season, has been named to the Bob Cousy Award Watch List for the second-straight year.
Auburn(3-4, 1-3) finally got a break after the start of the SECngauntlet and the Tigers are still looking for direction and identity. Bryan Harsin’s job security has been up in the air and undefined by the athletic department or Harsin himself, who has remained committed to the program and taking the season one game at a time.
Bruce Pearl and his staff at Auburn will be without the instant offense of the Walker Kessler pick-and-roll or the Jabari Smith isolation plays during the 2022 season, and while Yohan Traore and Johni Broome could fill the void in some capacity, Pearl and his staff will need other players to step up.
Bruce Pearl had a difficult task in front of him when the 2021-2022 season came to a close and the offseason truly began. Freshman sensation Jabari Smith declared for the NBA draft and Walker Kessler, the UNC transfer that became one of the best shot blockers in NCAA history, went to the NBA as well.