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"We didn't take advantage of the opportunity with Collin Sexton out," Pearl said. "We did not play well. Way too many times we came down and didn't execute."
Allen Greene, who currently serves as the University of Buffalo athletic director, is expected to take the same position at Auburn.
“We’re going to have to play our best game to be able to win."
Less than 24 hours after offensive line coach Herb Hand departed Auburn for the same role at Texas, Gus Malzahn turned to a familiar face to fill the role.
The nation has taken notice of college basketball's longest winning streak of 14 by Tigers, and "Bracketology" experts have weighed in on where Auburn will be placed in the NCAA Tournament.
College football insider Brett McMurphy broke the news Tuesday afternoon.
The nation’s hottest team continued its rise in the AP Top 25 on Monday.
Auburn drops their fourth straight and continue to struggle in conference play as the Tigers fall to the Arkansas Razorbacks 68-58.
Auburn Men's Tennis vs. Jackson State at Yarbrough Tennis Center in Auburn, Ala. on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018.
Joiner, the No. 6 prospect in Alabama, chose the Tigers over LSU, Alabama and Ole Miss, among others.
The winning streak moves to 14 for Auburn men’s basketball.
Davis did not travel with Auburn’s team on its trip to LSU this past season, and head coach Gus Malzahn announced the former four-star recruit’s dismissal the Tuesday following the game.
On a bitter-sweet day for Auburn basketball, the recruiting trail was the silver lining.
"Auburn men’s basketball student-athlete Austin Wiley will not be eligible for competition until the 2018-19 season following an NCAA reinstatement decision,” the NCAA said in a statement.
"It just makes each environment very bowl-like, very tournament-like," Pearl said.
Bruce Pearl has seen both sides of Auburn basketball's recent success.
"I believe in Auburn, and I love it."
In half of his 10 starts, the right-hander registered double-digit strikeouts and kept earned runs off the board.