Posted November 05, 2013 on
Cassanova McKinzy, Jake Holland and Kris Frost talk about the Auburn defense as the Tigers head to Tennessee this week riding a five-game winning streak.

Auburn linebacker Anthony Swain appears to fake injury vs. Arkansas

As the third quarter was winding down and the Arkansas Razorbacks were about to score, Auburn Tigers linebacker Anthony Swain went down with no contact, seemingly faking an injury.  Swain was staring at the sideline, appearing to be fine, and then collapsed with an apparent leg injury.  This to me looks like a textbook fake, and I’m not sure how any one could say it was anything...

Burglar robs Alabama fan’s car, leaves Auburn Christmas ornament

A Jefferson County, Alabama man awoke to find his car had been burglarized, with the criminal leaving no evidence except an Auburn Christmas ornament.

Beat Up Tigers Up To 9th In BCS Standings

Now ranked ninth in the BCS standings, the Auburn Tigers are coming off a physical win over the Arkansas Razorbacks.

2015 4-Star LB Getting "Lot Of Love" From AU

Four-star linebacker Darrell Williams talks about Hoover's 10-0 regular season, recruiting and gives his thoughts on the Auburn Tigers.

Streaking Tigers Return to Practice

The Auburn Tigers worked on the game plan as they prepare for their first football road trip to Neyland Stadium since 2009 where they will try to keep their winning streak going as they take on the Tennessee Volunteers.
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