At least Auburn didn’t quit. That’s what I left Beard-Eves telling myself. By God they were outgunned and outmanned, but Reed and Knox and Hargrove and the rest didn’t quit. No sir. Which is refreshing. Because it would have been really easy to surrender to a Kentucky team that seemed to get every call in the first half. It was like watching an Alabama football game. … [Read more...] about Auburn looked something like a team against Kentucky. And Cam Newton was there!
Maybe the most remarkable thing about the Auburn women's 64-62 upset of 11th-ranked LSU yesterday ... in overtime ...in Baton Rouge ... is this line from Mechelle Voepel's (excellent) profile of Fortner from last April: The only returning starter for the Tigers will be rising junior Alli Smalley, a guard who averaged 11.1 ppg and led Auburn with 68 3-pointers. Fortner is eager … [Read more...] about Hoops Report: Tale of Two Coaches
The Daily Believer is your daily dose of whAUtever, a dose that grows by the second, minute, hour, who knows. Maybe there’s something going on tonight at the Gnu’s Room. Maybe there’s a volleyball game. Maybe there's some update to The War Eagle Reader you need to know about. Maybe last night’s episode of House referenced Bo. Maybe Pat Dye’s Pants have no reserve on eBay. In … [Read more...] about The Daily Believer: 11.11.09
Tubby time. The name of Auburn's most recently deposed head football coach is suddenly surfacing up in all kinds of venues and contexts, though I can't say Tubby's probably too happy about it being on the lips of Auburn fans, seeing as how it's probably there in an effort to curse the hell out of it. Will explains: Almost exactly eleven years ago, Auburn fandom watched in … [Read more...] about Plainslinks points the finger backwards