Posted February 06, 2013 on
AUBURN, Ala. – The Alabama men’s basketball team fell to the Auburn Tigers, 49-37 in the Auburn Arena Wednesday night.
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That’s right, Cam Newton was leading cheers last night in the Auburn student section during the Alabama basketball game. Let’s not forget, the guy is an Auburn student. When in Rome, right? The Tigers managed an ugly 49-37 win over Bama. How ugly was this game? Bama shot 28.6% from the field while Auburn was at 34%.
How ugly was this game? Alabama was 2-19 from 3-point range...
According to College Football Section and 247 Sports, Reuben Foster has committed to the University of Alabama despite having an Auburn tattoo. The 5 star linebacker originally chose the Auburn Tigers and even got this Auburn tattoo. He changed his mind after getting the tattoo and chose rival Alabama instead.
He plans to keep the Auburn tattoo. Auburn went winless SEC this year...
Cameron Newton has returned to Auburn this semester and is taking classes as he continues on his path of earning a degree. Newton is taking in the full collegiate experience, and that includes going to games.
Auburn and Alabama renewed their basketball rivalry Wednesday, and even though it’s not as intense as the Iron Bowl in football, but it’s still Alabama they were facing...
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn closed his first recruiting class by landing two of the nation's top defensive linemen.
Defensive tackle Montravius Adams and end Elijah Daniel both announced on Wednesday that they'd play for the Tigers. The class is ranked No. 10 by Rivals.
Malzahn is known more for his fast-paced offense but the defensive front was clearly the strength of a class...
U.S. Army Army All-American lineman Deon Mix has signed with the Auburn Tigers according to South Panola Coach Lance Pogue.
College Football Hall of Fame coach Pat Dye writes about the Auburn Tigers.
Four-star running back Johnathan Ford chose the Auburn Tigers on Wednesday at a ceremony at New Hope High School.
Comments from Auburn basketball coach Tony Barbee plus senios Frankie Sullivan and Rob Chubb are featured as the Tigers prepare to play Kentucky.