Here's a little feature on Tucker the Trucker. Dude could play. Heisman runner-up? You don't hear about that enough. … [Read more...] about Rare footage of Tucker Frederickson in the pros
Pat Dye always called him a thoroughbred. Had things gone differently, we might have called him a Stallion. Yes, lost in the tug of war between baseball and football, between the NFL and the MLB, was that Bo Jackson was in the spring of 1986 being courted by a third professional sports league. It wasn't just rumors of phone calls or whatever. He met with team … [Read more...] about Bo Jackson, the Birmingham Stallion?
Nope, the most talked about Auburn sporting moment of the past week wasn't the legalization of double dribbling—it was the double dislocations. She may not have technically broken her legs as first reported. But senior Auburn gymnast Sam Cerio did break the internet. The gruesome footage is everywhere. Overseas. Over other seas. We're actually up to New Jersey DJ … [Read more...] about Auburn gymnast whose gruesome injury went viral still plans to walk down the aisle in two months
In 1990, Denise Ford swore she'd never return to America. That's how much she hated George Strait and Clint Black and Reba and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum and pretty much everything else she heard and saw in Tennessee. "I felt like I was in the 1950s." She was with her parents on holiday. Her dad was considering taking a job in the states. The trip lasted three … [Read more...] about The British are coming (to an Auburn football game)
The 1971 Gator Bowl featuring Auburn and Ole Miss was understandably billed as a battle between junior Pat Sullivan and senior Archie Manning, two of the best players in the country. Sullivan hated that. "I hope people don't build it up as a game between he and I," Sullivan told reporters a month before the game. "It'll be between two teams, and the best one will … [Read more...] about Pat Sullivan and Archie Manning, pen pals