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Gus Malzahn opposes 14-week football schedule proposal

Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn at SEC Spring Meetings

Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn at SEC Spring Meetings.

Alabama AD Greg Byrne at SEC spring meetings in Destin… 685 more words

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Former SEC coach wants to put an end to one of college football's top rivalries

Last week, former Auburn head coach Pat Dye brought up one of the favorite rumors of the college football offseason: realignment.

Dye pitched that Auburn would be better suited in the East division of the SEC, suggesting that Auburn switch spots with Missouri to add some geographic balance to the conference. 139 more words

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Auburn players reportedly asked for mercy from Alabama during Iron Bowl

Alabama pummeled Auburn in the Iron Bowl this season 30-12 and was dominant in every phase of the game. That’s what the Crimson Tide has done to everyone this year, but it sounds like they made one team beg for mercy during the game. 267 more words


Montravius Adams and Rudy Ford accept 2017 Senior Bowl invitations

AUBURN — At least two Auburn players will be in Mobile for the 2017 Senior Bowl.

Defensive tackle Montravious Adams and defensive back Rudy Ford were among 18 players who accepted invitations to the Senior Bowl Monday afternoon. 375 more words

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Watch: What Nick Saban had to say during SEC Championship week press conference (raw video)

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) — Nick Saban is set to meet with the media Monday for his weekly press conference. With the regular season now in the books, the Crimson Tide are preparing to face Florida this weekend in the SEC Championship in Atlanta. 41 more words

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Quarterback depth remains major issue again at Auburn

TUSCALOOSA — For the second straight year, Auburn finished its regular season with the same problem.

Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn spent most of the Iron Bowl post-game media conference discussing the inability to have consistent offense because of an injury to quarterback Sean White. 943 more words

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