The Crimson White, the University of Alabama’s student newspaper, stirred my memory recently with its full-page message to note Auburn’s trip to Coleman Coliseum for men’s hoops. The page, in its entirety, blared: “HEY AWWBURN, WE’RE THE FACE OF THIS STATE. SORRY. ROLL TIDE.” I was editor of The Auburn Plainsman in 1999-2000, my senior […]
Our Turf, Our Terms: The modern meaning of December 2, 1989
“Wearing the home blue at Legion Field? Making the trip up U.S. 280 every year to play your arch-rival?
From historical significance to practical implications, 2000 AU journalism grad and former Plainsman editor Bill Barrow interprets The First Time Ever.