Brent Musburgers of the world rejoice—35 days after winning the national championship game, Auburn grad Katherine Webb has achieved sex symbol immortality in the legitimizing pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. And, rightly or wrongly, she’s probably lost the respect of even more Auburn fans in the process. Judging by the cover, which was […]
Like we said—and Lord knows we said it plenty—the Kopper Kettle explosion on Sunday morning, Jan. 15, 1978 was a big, big deal, so big it made ABC News that night, which is actually how Dean Foy found out about it. He was on a ski trip in Colorado. He turned on the TV. Thanks […]
In 1990, a 10-year old boy penned a bizarre, award-winning short story about the 1989 Iron Bowl.
TWER is proud to publish the lost classic for the first time online (on anywhere outside of Vestavia Hills Central Elementary).
“James Joseph the lone set back came in….. ‘AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH'”…
It’s the Iron Bowl! On CBS! Spencer Tillman declares that Auburn doesn’t have enough depth to contain Mark Ingram.
Forget the SI cover: when Spencer Tillman speaks well of your chances, then you’re screwed.
Achilles, James Dickey, the Anglo-Saxons – echoes of an ancient wildness. Embrace it. War Damn Eagle.