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Gross: AU needs to forget past, look ahead

AUBURN – College football season is finally upon us. At times, I must admit it seemed it would never get here.

As a fan the wait for the first game can be almost unbearable but I can promise you it is far worse for the players and especially the coaches. 387 more words

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Gross: AU needs to forget past, look ahead

AUBURN – College Football season is finally upon us. At times, I must admit it seemed it would never get here.

As a fan the wait for the first game can be almost unbearable but I can promise you it is far worse for the players and especially the coaches. 393 more words

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Auburn's Jeremy Johnson done with hype, ready to play

Every year Auburn is expected to compete for the National Championship.

This year is no different and a massive amount of the hype going into the season has fallen on the broad shoulders of 6-foot-5 junior quarterback Jeremy Johnson. 264 more words

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Two Auburn players make ESPN's top 10 "breakout players" for 2015

ESPN Insider recently named their top ten breakout players for 2015 and Auburn had — not one — but two players make the national list. … 306 more words

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Malzahn: 'Lashlee will be a head coach in year or two'

Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn (Aug. 27, 2015)

AUBURN — Gus Malzahn basically admitted last week he knows he’s on borrowed time with one of his assistants. 365 more words

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Tigers face pivotal year in Malzahn’s reign

Gus Malzahn is in no way on the hot seat at Auburn. Let’s get that out of the way right off the bat.

However, this is a pivotal year in his tenure with the Tigers. 548 more words

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Gross sizes up sports from multiple perspectives

Gabe Gross grew up playing sports year-round so it’s not a stretch to expect his post-major league baseball career to be any different.

Gross, who retired from the major leagues in 2011, has spent time as a volunteer baseball assistant at Auburn and the hitting coach, broadcasting games for CSS, ESPN and now the SEC Network while also providing sideline commentary for Tigers’ football games. 544 more words

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