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Coffee and Magnolia: 29 October 2014

Your look at the Auburn stories on the internet.

Stacy Revere


Did you hear about the College Football Playoff and where Auburn is ranked in it? I'm sure you did, but just in case you didn't you can check out what I wrote about it last night!

The mothership has an article about just what we've learned from the selection committee. You should all go check it out. I think you'll recognize the author. He used to run things around here.

Skarbinsky gives his usual HOT TAKES spin on ESPN's CFB Playoff show.


Auburn's beat writers on matched up Auburn's offense against the Ole Miss defense.

Quan Bray may be back at the top of the punt returner category in college football, but Auburn's kick-off return game is struggling and looking for ways to improve. I would suggest possibly putting Quan back on kick returns as well, maybe. I don't really think the problem is the return men, though.

Reese Dismukes spoke about how Ole Miss transfer Austin Golson is helping out this week before the game. Golson was a starter on the offensive line for Ole Miss last season, but transferred to Auburn and is redshirting this season.

The Opelika-Auburn News has a good feature on Robenson Therezie and what he was going through while being held off the practice fields with his eligibility issue during preseason camp.

Auburn went back to its heavy sets to get the push for the running game against South Carolina according to the film study.


In some pretty awesome news, Auburn freshman golfer Sophia Schubert took home first place in the Alamo Invitational, yesterday. As a team, the ladies finished third behind LSU and Arkansas. This tournament completed the ladies' fall season schedule.


Former Auburn baseball player Tim Hudson will take the mound tonight for the San Francisco Giants in Game 7 of the World Series against the Kansas City Royals. I have to admit I've been pulling for Kansas City just because I enjoy seeing someone different win the crown, but it would be nice to see Huddy clench it with a win for the Giants. Give 'em hell, Tim.