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Link sAUsage: 16 September 2015

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The Tigers are looking to win another national championship after their performance to reach the semifinals last season. They will begin their season ranked 4th in the nation.


Freshman Brenda Kigen was named the SEC Freshman of the Week. Congrats to her!


The Tigers lost their first match of the season, but did finish the non-conference season undefeated. They'll attempt to win their first SEC game this coming weekend. AU_Jonesy reviewed the last weekend for us.


It's been reported behind paywalls, but Trayvon Reed is not enrolled at Auburn this semester. The hope is to get him back in the spring and for him to redshirt during the 2015/16 season.


Peggy got our Tuesday started off in a great way with the Undercover Barner's look at the Many Faces of Jeremy Johnson. I think it's one of my favorite Undercover Barners, yet.

In his post-game press conference, Gus Malzahn said that he needs to help Jeremy by putting him in better situations. What does that mean? WarRoom Eagle examines the possibilities. As for his teammates, they aren't concerned and are confident in their quarterback improving.

Gus spoke to the media yesterday morning about the status of some injured players, the JSU game, and a bit on LSU. The news is not very rosy with the announcement that Josh Holsey tore his ACL and is out for the season. As for the other injured Tigers, no one knows what their exact status is, yet. There was a small bit of an update on Jovon Robinson, though, as we find out it was an ankle issue that took him out of the Louisville game.

I don't know how much stock I put in bulletin board material and I know Rudy Ford has been our best tackler for last season and so far this season, but I still don't think you want to provide LSU with any ammo about it not being difficult to tackle their running back. looked back at the last time Auburn defeated LSU in Baton Rouge. It was quite some time ago. As in I was a senior in high school.

Senior Wide Receiver / Quarterback Jonathan Wallace was recognized on the national Good Works team for his community service. From all reports Wallace is a great young man.