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Auburn junior DE Dee Ford talks about his expanded role and facing Clemson in the season opener.
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Toomer’s Corner is a place where Auburn fan’s gather after football wins and roll the trees with toilet paper. After the oak trees were poisoned, the trees have continued to decay. Allegedly, Harvey Updyke was behind the poisoning but that trial is still ongoing. The trees were trimmed a couple of weeks ago but here is what Toomer’s Corner looks like today.
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AUBURN, Ala. -- Auburn coach Gene Chizik has suspended center Reese Dismukes following the sophomore's arrest on a public intoxication charge.
Chizik says he is "very disappointed in Reese Dismukes for his irresponsible behavior" Friday night. The suspension comes eight days before Tigers open against Clemson in Atlanta's Georgia Dome.
Chizik did not say how long...
The jokes about Auburn are well known by now: they’re dirty, pay players, and have an overall filthy grime attached to that ‘all in’ concept they hold so dear. But folks, I’m hear to tell you, that’s all talk and hearsay until the NCAA finds something worth punishing them for. That said, it’s more than just chatter if the arrest sheets of your players (former, current...
Gene Chizik faced some questions this offseason.
His defense was subpar in 2011, so he brought in Falcons (and former Georgia) defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder to shore things up. His offensive line lost some veteransa suspension of center Reese Dismukes will not helpso the season opener against Clemson will feature two tackles who have never started a collegiate game. (Good...
Auburn sophomore center Tunde Fariyike learns he's going to be the starter vs. Clemson, talks about learning the offense, studying to be a doctor, and much more.
Auburn Coach Gene Chizik talks about discipline, depth chart, and Clemson.
Auburn sophomore Tunde Fariyike will start at center for the Tigers against Clemson.
Auburn Coach Gene Chizik discusses the offensive line heading into week one against Clemson.
College Football Hall of Fame coach Pat Dye writes about the Auburn Tigers in this edition of the Dye-Log.