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Auburn University quarterback Clint Moseley (15) is sacked Louisiana State University saftey Derrick Bryant (36) by during their NCAA football game in Baton Rouge, Louisiana October 22, 2011. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
The NCAA is weighing a $2,000 increase in the amount universities can give to college athletes for their scholarships. The idea is to help cover the “full cost” of attending college.
Will this solve all the problems? Of course not. The NCAA brain trust needs to rethink all of their idiotic rules, and they also need to consider letting these athletes earn money from their celebrity status. Maybe we need to redefine what it means to be an amateur athlete in the 21st century.
That said, this should help a little. Giving these kids some spending money should lessen the incentive to accept benefits from boosters.
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Auburn coach Gene Chizik says quarterback Clint Moseley's confidence never wavered in a challenging starting debut.
Moseley passed for 145 yards and was intercepted once in that 45-10 loss at LSU's Tiger Stadium. He was also sacked six times.
Chizik said Tuesday that he likes how the sophomore handled the difficult circumstances. The coach says he ''never saw anything...
Auburn quarterback Clint Moseley got absolutely punished by LSU’s defense in a 45-10 loss on Saturday, but head coach Gene Chizik said he doesn’t plan on making any further changes to the quarterback spot. Moseley was making his first career start in Death Valley (welcome to the SEC) after Chizik made the decision this week…
Auburn Coach Gene Chizik discusses his team coming off the loss to LSU and talks about facing Ole Miss this Saturday.
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.
Auburn's offense needs a spark at wide receiver and Trovon Reed could be a player to provide it.
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Gene Chizik just called Ole Miss "the best 2-5 team in the country."
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Auburn offensive lineman John Sullen talks about the problems that have plagued the line and what went wrong against LSU.
Hall of Fame Coach Pat Dye writes about the Auburn Tigers and this week's UGA-UF contest.
Auburn's Trooper Taylor discusses the health of Emory Blake and Trovon Reed and the play of the receivers.
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.
Oct 29, 7:00 PM | Grass of Jordan-Hare Stadium
Mississippi Rebels vs Auburn Tigers Odds
Auburn will look to improve on its 5-3 record this week when they host Mississippi in Week 9 action at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday.
This season the Tigers are 5-3 overall and 3-5 ATS against the number, while the Rebels are 2-5 and 3-4 ATS. As for the totals,...