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North Carolina defensive coordinator Chizik steps down

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina defensive coordinator Gene Chizik is resigning after two seasons with the Tar Heels.

In a letter to North Carolina fans, Chizik said he was stepping away from football to focus on his family. 328 more words

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REPORT: Auburn TE/ST coach Scott Fountain relieved of duties

AUBURN –  Auburn’s tight end and special teams coach Scott Fountain has reportedly been relieved of his duties on the Tigers staff.

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QB Club hosts Humphrey, Todd as Iron Bowl nears

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As the 83rd edition of the Iron Bowl looms on the horizon, the Montgomery Quarterback Club hosted two former stars from both Auburn and Alabama Tuesday night at the Montgomery Country Club. 370 more words

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Back-breaking duo carrying Tigers on their shoulders

AUBURN — It’s humbling to admit you are wrong.

When Auburn lost leading returning rusher Jovon Robinson to bizarre circumstances at the start of practice in August I believed the school’s incredible string of producing 1,000-yard rushers was over. 633 more words

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A&M matchup has proven critical to AU season

Auburn vs. Texas A&M has been a pivotal game for Auburn ever since the Aggies came into the conference four years ago.

In 2012, A&M came to Auburn and humiliated the Tigers 63-21 in a game that wasn’t even as close as the blowout indicates. 804 more words

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Auburn's Gus Malzahn defiant after loss on QB scheme: ‘That was our plan’

AUBURN — Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn said it was the plan all along to play three quarterbacks in a constant rotation.

Malzahn was asked why he constantly rotated three quarterbacks from series to series and then what seemed like play to play in Saturday’s 19-13 loss to No. 601 more words

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Malzahn's QB roulette flops; No. 2 Clemson hangs on 19-13

AUBURN — 17 plays, 69 yards, two drives, three different quarterbacks, zero points.

In the most critical and quite possibly the strangest two drives by Gus Malzahn-coached team, Auburn’s unsureness at quarterback and lack of offensive cohesion ended with confusion, despair and boos from the Jordan-Hare Stadium. 597 more words

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