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Link sAUsage: 8 October 2015

News and notes from the Auburn corners of the Internet

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The Blue team is cruising in the Fall World Series. Thanks to some nice hitting, they carried a 5-0 victory over the Orange team, yesterday.


Bryce Brown is hoping to follow in the footsteps of one of his coaches and become known as one of Auburn's great shooters. Learning from The Rifleman is a great way to start. Brown and the Tigers have high hopes for the 2015 season.


I'm not even going to pretend to know what Equitation over Fences means, but Auburn senior Elizabeth Benson was named SEC Rider of the Month in that particular discipline.


Oscar Whiskey is back and says that "Sometimes the Forest Needs a Fire." It's yet another great piece in his new article form for this season and you should really check it and all of the others out.

Auburn brought back The Wildcat against San Jose State! Yep, your favorite play is here! WarRoom Eagle examined just how Auburn used it, where things could have been better, and how SJSU tried to stop it.

So, ummmm, about that Duke dismissal. Here's the report of what supposedly happened, and if it's all true, then yeah, sorry Duke, you had to go. Particularly after everything else.

Meanwhile, Gus Malzahn says he's working more on Auburn than he is on Kentucky right now as the Tigers are attempting to "Get better at what we do." I'm not really sure what it is that we do this season, but hopefully we can definitely get better at it. We're going to need to in order to survive the season.

On the defensive side of the ball, Will Muschamp is not happy. His meeting with the press last night was quite interesting. You can tell he's not happy with his defense so far. Which, I mean, yeah, I'm not surprised he's not happy. It's interesting that he's talking about playing some more freshmen, particularly on the line. He really is going to make a point to motivate people and try to find something. One thing I'm certain of is that Monty Adams will still play. He's played inspired this season, so far. It hasn't shown in the stats, but he's been giving it his all.

After being sidelined with an undisclosed injury, freshman DB Tim Irvin was back out on the practice field Tuesday. He wasn't 100%, but he was practicing.

You know Mustache Guy? found him and interviewed him. Check out the story, here. On the football field, they question where the 2015 Auburn Tigers go from here.

In former Tiger news, the Atlanta Falcons' SB Nation blog The Falcoholic has some great things to say about Robenson Therezie, who started at free safety for the Falcons on Sunday.