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Coffee and Magnolia: 29 July 2015

News and notes from the Auburn corners of the Internet

John Reed-USA TODAY Sports


Do you love our head basketball coach? Do you want to love him even more? Check out this amazing video feature by on Bruce Pearl and his journey to The Plains.


The Preseason Practice start date is out! Find out when the Tigers are hitting the field, when they're in pads, and a little more on the rules governing preseason practices, here.

If you want tickets to the Chick-fil-A Kickoff game and don't want to go through the secondary market, then you better act quickly, since Auburn sold out their allotment. Auburn pointed people towards Louisville's site for ticket inquiries, since the Cardinals haven't sold theirs out, yet. They were close, though, I believe.

Peggy and I (Walt) both took part in the AU Wishbone Podcast's SEC Match Game edition. You should go check it out!

More incoming freshman player profiles! Jeremiah Dinson was one of the many late additions to the class, and is likely destined for a redshirt, but he could be a great one for the Tigers one day. Also up for them to discuss is Safety Jordan Colbert, whose coverage skills are praised.

For the opponent previews, is on the Texas A&M game. The Montgomery Advertiser is on Arkansas for their 12 for 12 series.

Natalie Pierre is breaking down the Top 15 SEC Wide Receivers since the BCS era began. See where any Tigers made the list. has a slideshow on 12 games they think will decide the SEC West race in 2015. There are five Auburn games on there, which is all but three of the Tigers' SEC games.

What does Vegas think of Auburn? Brandon Marcello investigates the betting odds surrounding the 2015 Tigers.

The Sporting News is highlighting the first collegiate games for some special QBs, and Auburn is represented in a good and bad way. Bad in Matt Leinart's 2003 debut and good for Cam Newton's 2010 debut. Hopefully in the future folks will be talking about Jeremy Johnson's debut against Western Carolina in 2013.