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The Alabama soccer team (8-7-3 overall, 3-5-2 SEC) will finish up the regular season portion of its schedule this Friday night, in soccer’s version of the Iron Bowl, against the Auburn Tigers (11-5-2 overall, 5-4-1 SEC). Kickoff is slated for Oct. 28, at 7 p.m., at the Alabama Soccer Stadium. Fans are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes and the match will also mark the Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger promotion where fans can donate canned goods at the stadium.
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With enough newcomers to field an entirely new starting lineup, Tony Barbee should have a deeper and more talented basketball team in season two as head coach of the Auburn Tigers.
Each of the past three weeks, Auburn’s Emory Blake had been questionable due to injury heading into the weekend. You can officially make it a fourth straight week of uncertainty leading into game day. The wide receiver suffered an ankle injury Oct. 1 and his missed all but a couple of snaps the past three…
The Auburn Tigers (9-13, 3-9 SEC) begin the season's stretch run with their next-to-last road trip of the year this weekend as they make their last two SEC West visits of the year. The Tigers will travel to Ole Miss on Friday night for a 7 p.m. match against the Rebels, then they will head to Tuscaloosa for a Sunday showdown with archrival Alabama; first serve is set for 1:30 p.m.
Auburn men's basketball coach Tony Barbee discusses the return of guard Frankie Sullivan.
For the second straight poll, the Auburn Tigers are the No. 1 equestrian team in the nation. The Tigers, with a record of 4-0, were a near unanimous selection again, receiving all but one first place vote.
Auburn's Trooper Taylor discusses the health of Emory Blake and Trovon Reed and the play of the receivers.
Comments from Gene Chizik and other coaches plus news and notes on the Auburn football Tigers are featured in this report.