The usual collection of tidbits from today's (and other recent) practice reports, culled--as always--from the fine work done by beat writers Andy Bitter, Jay G. Tate, Charles Goldberg, and Evan Woodbery. Bryan Matthews is also on the scene. On with it: --The defensive coaching staff must have a metric freaking ton of faith in Mike McNeil's and Aairon Savage's ability to … [Read more...] about Spring newsbits, 3/31
Archives for March 2010
Fifth and final of WBE's five questions for spring camp, cliched as the concept is. Previously: Is Nick Fairley ready? What can Mike McNeil and Aairon Savage offer? How will Auburn replace Antonio Coleman? Is Mario Fannin The Man? So when I first jotted down the five questions I was going to devote posts to for this series, No. 1 on the countdown wasn't Cameron-specific; … [Read more...] about Spring questions, No. 1: Can Cameron Newton, you know, complete passes?
Dear Auburn Students, As your new head basketball coach, I am thrilled about the opportunity to represent you and this great university at such an exciting time for Auburn basketball. When I accepted this job, I knew there would be challenges, but what struck me the most was the tremendous potential of this program with everything Auburn has to offer. The university, the … [Read more...] about Barbee’s Playhouse
Being incredible is not enough. So as you've probably read by now, the defending national champion Auburn men's swim team finished sixth at last week's national championships. After winning six of the last seven national titles I know it's a bit disappointing, but geez, you really can't win 'em all and the Tigers still kept alive their streak of finishing in the top 10 every … [Read more...] about Plainslinks is disappointed in excellence