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Coffee and Magnolia: 10 November 2014

Your look around the Auburn internet

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Duke Williams received a message wishing him the best on his injury from a player who suffered an injury himself the week before. In completely unexpected news, Duke likely will not play against Georgia. However, he could be back for the Alabama game, which is very good news.

Ellis Johnson and Rhett Lashlee had their weekly press conferences last night. Rhett Lashlee has taken most of the blame for the last fumble on himself for the play call that they went with.

Jonathon Mincy was suffering from back spasms during the Texas A&M game, but he appears to be ok, now.

If you missed it in my recap and didn't pay attention close enough during the game, Jermaine Whitehead returned to the Auburn secondary on Saturday night and played very well when he was in the game.

After the loss to Texas A&M, Auburn slipped in the polls but is still the highest ranking two-loss team in the nation.

Cameron Artis-Payne went over 1,100 yards for the season against Texas A&M. He is still on track to break Tre Mason's rushing record set last season. Speaking of...

Tre Mason is the Rams' leading rusher, surprising absolutely zero Auburn fans.


There's not much on the basketball front to build in its own section, so I'm filing this down here, today. According to a source, Forward Matthew Atewe is expected to miss significant time after his injury late in Friday's exhibition game.

Two Auburn tennis players made it all the way to the finals of the USTA/ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, but fell in the final match.

Feeling down about football losing to Texas A&M? At least the #4 ranked Auburn equestrian team took down the #9 ranked Aggies.