Posted July 31, 2012 on
Auburn's upperclassmen have experienced the highest highs and lowest lows in just two seasons of football. With a brand new offensive scheme and a "go out there and take it" attitude, Emory Blake discusses expectations for the upcoming year.
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Auburn opened preseason camp with a continuing quarterback battle and minus two recent signees.
Clint Moseley and Kiehl Frazier's competition at quarterback carried over from the spring under new offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler. Moseley was limited during the spring with a sore shoulder and says ''there's definitely a sense of urgency.''
The Auburn Tigers have placed these billboards across the state of Alabama for this upcoming season. They read “Ever To Conquer” and can be found in numerous key locations. The billboard shows a guy in the “Superman shirt removal pose” that shows an Auburn logo. This isn’t the first time Auburn has put up billboards in Alabama. It seems to be a Gene Chizik produced item...
Has there ever been a team with more expectations because of their rival than that of the Auburn Tigers? It seems like ever since the beginning of the Iron Bowl Auburn has become a team obsessed with keeping up with the Joneses of the SEC West, you know... The likes of Alabama and LSU. It's what got Tommy Tuberville fired.... errr, to resign and it's what got current...
Auburn Coach Gene Chizik talks about the departure of Zeke Pike and how the first preseason practice went.
Here is video obtained by Arkansas360 of Arkansas State RB Michael Dyer’s traffic stop.
The trooper, Royce Denney, also found marijuana and a gun in the car, but Dyer was only cited for doing 96 mph in a 70 mph zone. Denney is currently under investigation by the Arkansas State Police.
While Denney may have been trying to save Dyer’s career, his decision not to fully report...
Auburn's Jeffrey Whitaker talks about getting ready for the 2012 football season.
Georgia commit Shaq Wiggins is still visiting a few schools. The Auburn Tigers are next on the docket for Wiggins.