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The Tigers have are losing 87 games of experience up front on defense with junior defensive end Colby Wooden declaring for the NFL Draft and senior edge Derick Hall graduating.
On December's first Saturday afternoon, Auburn women's basketball proved that weekends on the Plains aren't going to lose much excitement after the end of football season last Saturday.
Robby Ashford ran until he couldn't anymore, and team captain Owen Pappoe ended his season by snatching a Bryce Young pass out of the air for his first interception this season, but it wasn't enough to prolong Auburn's season in Auburn's third straight Iron Bowl loss.
Baseball might've been his strongest suit.
Auburn has unfinished business. It galloped and crane-kicked all the way to the halftime tunnel with a 7-0 lead in last year's Iron Bowl, but Bryce Young and eventual national runner-up Alabama crushed the Tigers' hearts with a four-overtime win.
Editor's note: The story has been updated with post-game quotes.
Auburn only had one problem through its first two games of the season: the ball wasn't going through the hoop, but Zep Jasper and Wendell Green Jr. splashed its first two 3-pointers of the night, and Auburn's net swished all night long in the 89-65 clubbing of Winthrop.
Whether you order a nice, cold apple cider or a warm, toasty Toomer’s Corner latté, anyone who ventures into Ross House Coffee stays for the same reason: it just feels like home. In fact, that’s what it originated as.
It was obvious all week that a breakthrough was brewing for Auburn. From a near comeback over Mississippi State, the opening of a new football facility to a weekend of overcast, moody weather. It was only a matter of time.
The ball didn't fall for Auburn in its season debut. In fact, George Mason shot more efficiently from the floor (38% to 34%), but the Tigers were simply too big, too fast and too stingy in a 70-52 win.
The debut of interim Carnell 'Cadillac' Williams at head coach was everything the Bryan Harsin era wasn't. Intensity. Execution. Finishing. But it fell just short.
The lights brighten. The Jungle roars — two nights in a row. The whistle blows. Bruce Pearl's commanding yell rings through Neville Arena.
Auburn went one step forward last time out and two steps back this week.
Auburn's 41-27 loss to Arkansas was the blow that sent head coach Bryan Harsin's tower tumbling to the ground. On Monday, Auburn announced that Harsin has been fired as the head football coach midway through his second season.
When a Bo Nix pass bounced off running back Shaun Shivers in the first quarter versus No. 2 Georgia last year, it fell into the hands of Nakobe Dean, setting up the Bulldogs to tie the game briefly before running away with a 34-10 win in a sloppy performance full of dropped passes and missed conversions for Auburn.
Editor's note: Story has been updated with post-game quotes.
The first tackle for loss, sack and takeaway of Auburn's 2022 season belongs to senior edge linebacker Derick Hall.
Editor's Note: Story has been updated with post-game quotes.