HOME ON THE PLAINS
It's another busy week and weekend in Auburn and Everett has all of the details for times, tickets, promotions, etc. Looking for something to do? Wanting to catch softball? Just miss the town? Here's all the ways you can watch Auburn sports in Auburn this week.
Remember a few years back when the bane of Auburn's existence was the midweek game? It seems that demon has been exorcised for the most part, lately. After last week's stomping of Georgia Tech, the bats continued to be hot as the Tigers picked up the 11-0 win.
Continuing the "Postmortem" series for 2015-16 Auburn Basketball, we discuss the Legacy of Cinmeon Bowers. He was the most frustrating player that you still couldn't help but love. We've still got at least two articles to go in the series, though we're going to be turning towards next season more, now.
Michael Johnson was named SEC Golfer of the Week for the second time this season following his win at the Schenkel Invitational.
Men's assistant coach Corey Maggard is a semifinalist for the National Assistant Golf Coach of the Year award.
SWIMMING AND DIVING
The men's NCAA Championships begin today in Atlanta, and Auburn has nine swimmers and two divers who will take part in the competition.
Live in Atlanta and can't make any games in Auburn this season? Well here's your chance to catch the ladies in your home town. The Tigers take on Georgia State at 4pm today.
In absolutely heart-breaking news, a second 2016 Auburn signee has been diagnosed with cancer. Tashawn Manning was diagnosed back in November and we've been following his situation. Brodarious Hamm was only recently diagnosed with cancer. His prognosis is good, though, thankfully.
The Tigers were on the field for the sixth time this Spring this evening, and we've got the round up from every site we could find good information from. See pictures, videos, and tweets from Gus Malzahn's press conference.
In great news, somewhat reported above, Rudy Ford is practicing again. He's been Auburn's best tackler over the last two years, so we definitely want him healthy.
Do you want to catch head coach Gus Malzahn on the 2016 Tiger Trek? Well, here are the seven places where you can do so.