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Monday, May 24, 2010


Southern Pigskin magazine has announced their picks for preseason offensive lineman honors. Only one Auburn Tiger on there, but it's still preseason. Enjoy!

Here is the link to order your copy of Phil Steele's preseason magazine.

Chris Low over at has a nice article on Coach Chizik.

Jay G. Tate has a nice video of Auburn's baseball coach John Pawlowski.


Sunday, May 23, 2010

Arkansas State

Auburn's first opponent of the 2010 season will be a simple pushover. The chances of ASU winning are so minute that NASA will discover life on Mars first, trust me!
From the confidence of my recliner/office chair I can assure you total and complete victory in this game.
That is not a slight in any way to ASU, it's student body, or the alumni. A fact is a fact, and there is not a chance in this universe that ASU will win this game.
Still, they deserve respect and we will do just that.

No less than nine players were selected to Phil Steele's All-SBC team fron the Red Wolves. With 15 players on offense and 10 players on defense having starting experience, these guys are not going to be pushovers.
Coached by Steve Roberts the Red Wolves hired a new offensive coordinator this season who's name you might be familiar with. Coach Hugh Freeze was the high school coach of Michael Oher, yes that Michael Oher of the "Blind Side" movie fame. He also was the recruiting coordinator for Ole Miss for a couple years.
The new offensive system will be in place and ready for the season, but as Auburn people are hoping, new systems are much better the second season.
Still, this squad has character, and they will fight to the end.

Let's show the Red Wolves fans a nice time, and wish them the best of luck in the Sun Belt Conference this year. After we dispatch their upset bid early, and get some good practice in for the Freshmen and Sophomores.


Auburn Athletics-On The Rise

Mike Svetitz has a very good article on Auburn's turnaround in baseball.

Jerry Hinnen of "the war eagle reader" has this piece on wishfull thinking for our favorite baseball team.

Andy Bitter of "War Eagle Extra" has the skinny on the scheduling of the SEC tournament in Hoover, AL

Let's get you caught up with Auburn's volleyball team.

With a new coach at the helm of Auburn's men's basketball, and the way Coach Chizik and his staff are doing, it looks like it's going to be a great year for Auburn Athletics. Throw in the usually reliable Lady Tiger basketball team and you have yourself a heckuva great fall and winter to look forward to.
Now if we can just get through these long hot days of summer.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Friday Ramblings 5/21/2010

Chris Low with has a good look at Auburn's returning seniors, and their potential leading into the football season.

Acid Reign, one of my personal favorite's over at Track 'Em Tigers, has this look at Auburn's big three sports programs. It's worth your time.

Andy Bitter has this article about Auburn baseball winning last night in Oxford, MS

Auburn's lady basketball team, has signed a fantastic young lady, and has an interview video for your perusal. Caution guys, she's a looker, and an athlete!

Also from is this video interview with the latest men's basketball member Chris Denson.

If you have not seen the Auburn Everyday show, then please take the time to view the wonderful job these people are doing promoting our Auburn Tigers.

There are a ton of articles across the web about our favorite sports teams, I want each of you to know that we here at Tiger Bloggin will endeavor to keep you informed.
We are in no way trying to replace, imitate, nor dominate the Auburn sports news arena. That would be impossible, and something akin to suicide on our part. We only wish that you would include us in your travels across the world wide web.
We definitely appreciate all who visit us. Please feel free to leave comments, good or bad, and let us know how we can make this stop better for you.
After all we are doing this with love and passion, for absolutely zero cash. The payday is conversing with YOU about our beloved Auburn.


Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Along With The Good, Comes The Bad...

We have been exploring the good side of things most of the day, but unfortunately this news is not so good.
Not that it's a shock, or really NEWS for that matter, but still I can not help but feel some sadness in seeing this kind of talent just walk away.
We wish Tyrik all the best, and pray that he finds a place to fulfill all the potential he seems to have.
War Eagle Tyrik Rollinson.
Here is the skinny from reporter Evan Woodbery.

Still more good news is Coach Barbee signing a point guard that can score and dish the ball to his team mates.
There's a story here from Charles Goldberg at
and has this video for your perusal


Oh, Happy Days...

Mr. Charles Goldberg at shares the news about Auburn's newest student athletes.

Daniel Boyett shares this wonderful piece about a former Auburn great.

Rivals contributor Justin Hokanson has this enlightening piece about incoming commit Joel Bonomolo.


Monday, May 17, 2010

How You Doin?

Here's a link to the free article from Rivals on Corey Lemonier, enjoy.

Jay Coulter has a look at the overall state of Auburn athletics.


Thursday, May 13, 2010

Let's have some fun...

It's Regions pro-am time in Birmingham, AL and that means fun and charity.



A US Soldier in Kosovo has raised money for the St. Jude hospital in honor of Shon Coleman, the young man who committed to Auburn to play football and was struck with leukemia.

Here is a picture of his march and so far he has been able to raise over $13,000.00 and need your support to reach his goal of $20,000.00.

The link to his story and where to make donations is here…

Let’s all get behind this cause. We can show the world our strength and unity and FAMILY.


Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Insider Info..

Just a little inside scoop here. Phil Steele is picking Auburn to finish second in the west this year and possibly heading into T-town with an 11-0 record.
Phil Steele only does football, so their preseason rankings carry a lot of weight in my book
Finally somebody is giving us some respect!


Monday, May 10, 2010

Happy Mothers Day...Late

I hope all you Mom's out there had a tigerific Mothers Day. Since the Ladies are the talk today let's start with the Auburn Tiger softball team only SWEEPING their series this past weekend!

Andrea Adelson with the Orlando Sentinel had a moment with Coach Yoxall, among others. Interesting read here.,0,3385871.column

Mr. Charles Goldberg gives us the run down on Auburn's newest football commit.

Jay Coulter over at Track 'Em has a bright and cheery outlook in this next piece.

Go here to check out AuburnTron, and while you are at it, vote for the intro video and song for the upcoming football season.


Thursday, May 6, 2010

Friday Ramblings 5/7/10

Jay Coulter over at Track 'Em Tigers has a great perspective on the NCAA's ban recent rulings concerning the number of coaches that can visit at one time.

Coach Chizik was in Montgomery this past week speaking to the Auburn club there. Thanks to Jay G. Tate for the report.
Shout Out to the HOTTIES!

AuburnTron's BomexLex has the scoop on the Auburn A-Day attendance rankings..

Mr. Charles Goldberg at is full of confidence about Auburn's ability to recruit with the new handcuffs courtesy of the NCAA.

Auburn's baseball team is looking squarely at making Hoover for the SEC tourney and hosting a regional in the NCAA tourney as well. PPL has the info for all your diamond fixations.

Ladies Golf is at it again. Go for the big prize ladies, and WAR EAGLE!


Sunday, May 2, 2010

As Chris low reports at ESPN the pre-season Lombardi watch list has been released. Two Auburn Tigers are on here, and here's to hoping they will finish the season strong.


Saturday, May 1, 2010


How and why do I love Auburn University?

I never attended classes there. I never lived in Auburn. I can honestly say I have been visiting Auburn since the 1970’s. I was a fan of the football team years before then, although I truly fell in love with Auburn the first time I visited there in 1972.

I was a member of my high schools vocational agriculture land judging team. We went to Auburn to learn more about land characteristics and to compete in an event. I cannot remember who won, or if we did well.

I can however tell you that Auburn has stuck ever since. I was as enamored with those beautiful grounds as I had been with any girl until then.

I will not make any excuses my family could not afford to send me to Auburn. It’s a good thing for me in a selfish sense, because I met my wife of nearly 32 years the next year at a Technical College.

Now I have heard that to truly love a place you must attend school there, or live there. For the most part I would agree, except with Auburn. The old girl just draws her lovers close, keeps them warm and comfortable.