BCS Championship Game 2014, Auburn vs. FSU
No apologies, no regrets
A heartfelt "thank you" to the coaches and young men who brought Auburn football back.
Just how bad does this hurt?
It's one of the most crushing defeats an Auburn fan has ever had to suffer. Is it the worst?
Getting to know the 'Noles: Jernigan and Edwards
Two defensive linemen in particular will do their best to slow Auburn's running game.
Tracking Auburn's improvement via FEI
When looking at some advanced statistics, Auburn's numbers don't quite reflect the team we saw on the field in the last two months of the season.
An open letter to the 2012 Auburn Tigers
In this special edition, the Undercover Barner wishes she could have said a few things to the Tigers of 2012.
Taiwanese animation preview of Auburn-FSU
Next Media Animation previews the BCS Championship Game, and it's wonderful.
Keep your enemies closer: Final BCS Q-and-A
The game draws near, and it's time to get some final predictions.
The College and Mag Show: Dec. 31
We're answering questions submitted by dear listeners.
Getting to know the 'Noles: The receiving corps
The Seminoles' top four receivers each have their own way of moving the ball for their offense.
Keep your enemies closer: Auburn D vs. FSU O
Hey, Florida State has a pretty good offense, too. How do the Tigers matchup with their defense?
Getting to know the 'Noles: Lamarcus Joyner
Joyner has become a pass rushing threat since his move from safety to cornerback.
Keep your enemies closer: Auburn O vs. FSU D
When Auburn plays Florida State in the title game, the Tigers will probably face the best defense they've seen this season.
The College and Mag Show: Dec. 21, 2013
There's plenty to talk about -- not just Auburn-FSU.
Getting to know the 'Noles: Running game
The Seminoles running game is most effective once a defense is desperate to stop the pass.
It's official: Auburn vs. Florida State
As expected, the SEC champion Tigers will play for their third national title.
'Noles open as 6.5-point favorites
Vegas likes the Seminoles by roughly a touchdown, and bettors are siding with FSU, too.
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