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Link sAUsage: 24 February 2016

News and notes from the Auburn corners of the Internet

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There were three innings of a baseball game, yesterday. The Tigers scored 4 runs in the bottom of the first after allowing 1 run in the top of the first. From there, the Tigers held Kennesaw State scoreless for two innings, but lightning was detected before Auburn came to bat in the bottom of the third. The weather never cleared, and the game was postponed to either April or May.


Tyler Harris won't be playing for the Tigers tonight, so Auburn is once again having to shuffle the lineup around to find some combination that will give them a chance to be competitive against the Bulldogs.


The men's team walked away with the victory from the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate. And by "walked away" I mean the second place team finished 14 strokes back. Wake Forest, the #2 team in the nation, finished 18 strokes back. I think Auburn deserves to at least jump back ahead of the Demon Deacons. War Damn Auburn Golf!


Continuing the trend of writing stories about preseason practice, I pondered about what are the major questions facing Auburn as we head into spring practice a week from yesterday. I'm sure I missed a few, but those are the biggest ones to me.

Gus was spotted in Texas last night meeting with Art Briles. I really like the sound of that, personally. I'm pretending that's going to give Auburn a big boost going into the 2016 spring.

Kyle Davis is definitely looking forward to the spring, and I know Auburns fans are anxious to see what Kyle can bring to the table. He's one of the best receivers in the nation coming out of high school, so hopefully he can provide a spark to the Tigers' lagging wide receiver corps.

Shon Coleman will be supporting the Wounded Warrior Foundation at the Combine and as a Veteran who knows many wounded warriors, I have to say I kinda wish he'd chosen a different charity. WWF hasn't had the best reputation of late.