Auburn Football

The Voice of the Auburn Tigers, Rod Bramblett and His Wife Paula, Killed in Car Wreck

Rod Bramblett, the longtime radio announcer for Auburn football and basketball games, known as “The Voice of the Auburn Tigers” and his wife were killed in a two-car wreck in Auburn last night. Lee County Coroner Bill Harris says in a statement that Rod Bramblett died Saturday night at UAB Hospital in Birmingham from a head injury. He was 53….

Auburn University Responds to Anti-ASU Banners

Auburn University officials have released a statement after banners were seen on campus as the Auburn Tigers hosted Alabama State for the first time on Saturday. Photos of the banners have been posted on Facebook. One, which was apparently displayed at the Sigma Pi fraternity house, said “ASU Grad Rate 27% Chance of Winning 0%”.  Another banner said “G.E.D. >…

Local Fans React to Wins for Auburn and Alabama Football

It’s been eight months since 2017’s last college football season ended with Alabama’s national championship. College football returned on Saturday for several of the state’s teams. Both top-ranked Alabama and 9th ranked Auburn won against top opponents. Auburn fans are expecting another big year. “I’m just super excited,” Auburn Tiger fan Blake Cowart said. “I love football, especially college football….

Auburn Loses to Central Florida in the Peach Bowl

McKenzie Milton threw two touchdown passes and ran for 116 yards with another touchdown, leading No. 10 Central Florida to a 34-27 Peach Bowl win over No. 7 Auburn that capped the Knights’ perfect season. UCF led 34-20 before having to stop a late Auburn comeback. Antwan Collier’s interception in the end zone with 24 seconds remaining clinched the win….

Sports Analyst Longshore Weighs in on Iron Bowl

    There was a lot of excitement in Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday as Auburn knocked off the Number One team for the second time in two weeks. Sports Analyst John Longshore says Auburn was the better team. “I thought Auburn won the game in every aspect. I think Gus Malzahn out-coached Nick Saban and his staff. I think Auburn was…

No. 6 Auburn Holds Off No. 1 Alabama, 26-14 in Iron Bowl

Tigers Win First Iron Bowl Since 2013-2014 Season

The 82nd edition of the Iron Bowl did not disappoint for Auburn fans as the Tigers defeated top ranked Alabama, 26-14. Tigers quarterback Jarrett Stidham exemplified moments of excellence throwing for 237 yards on 21-of-28 attempts, while also adding 51 yards off 12 carries and one rushing score. Kerryon Johnson kept the chains moving on the ground for Auburn as…

Watch: Auburn Fans Roll Toomer’s Corner after Rolling Over Alabama

Auburn football fans wasted no time in celebrating the Tigers’ 26-14 win over Alabama in the 2017 Iron Bowl, celebrating by rolling Toomer’s Corner in toilet paper. Click here to see the Live city of Auburn webcam of Toomer’s Cormer. Click here to see a different city of Auburn webcam of Toomer’s Corner. Auburn handed Alabama its first loss of…

Extra: The Dye Effect

Exclusive Interview With Pat Dye and Charlie Trotman

Sports Reporter Darrell Puckett, sat down for an Exclusive one-on-one interview with Auburn coaching legend, Pat Dye, ahead of the 25th anniversary of the 1992 Iron Bowl and his last game coaching. Categories: Auburn, News, News Extras, News Video, Sports Tags: Auburn Football, coach pat dye, pat dye

College Football Fans Plan Slew of Activities for Bye Weekend

Local Alabama and Auburn fans gear up for off-Saturday

1/1IMG_0214 Show Caption Hide Caption Both Alabama and Auburn fans will have one thing in common Saturday and that’s… withdrawal. Eight weeks into the season, both the Tide and Tigers have that much-needed and well-deserved bye-weekend. For the players, it’s a great time to heal those bumps and bruises. But, for the fans, well, it leaves them with a blank…

Former Auburn O.C. Hired as Offensive Analyst

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn has hired former Tigers offensive coordinator Al Borges as an analyst. A spokesman confirmed the hire Wednesday night after it was first reported by ESPN. Borges spent four seasons as the Tigers’ offensive coordinator, making his debut with an unbeaten 2004 team led by first-round pick Jason Campbell at quarterback. He has also run offenses at…