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Fans of oysters, beer and live music can look forward to the inaugural Red Clay Oyster Fest, Tuesday, Sept. 18 at Red Clay Brewing in Opelika from 6- 9 p.m.
Auburn has dropped two spots from No. 7 to No. 9 in this week's AP Top 25 Poll, announced Sunday afternoon.
In the 17 starts at his time at Auburn, Jarrett Stidham has been a catalyst for the Auburn offense and his performance sets the tone on whether Auburn sinks or swims.
It was a scorcher inside Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday afternoon, like last year’s matchup between Auburn and LSU in the bayou.
Yoga is a philosophy, an exercise, a way of life and many other things to many people.
During a TV timeout of the Auburn-LSU game, an announcement from Auburn men's basketball head coach Bruce Pearl played in Jordan Hare Stadium, announcing the "Tipoff at Toomers."
SEC football has returned to The Plains, and it happens to be in the form of the storied LSU-Auburn rivalry.
Just hours before Auburn and LSU are set to duke it out on the gridiron, the Tigers picked up a recruit on the basketball front.
In the norm of baggy T-shirts and running shorts, Asa Pilson is a pop of color and patterns on Auburn University’s campus.
Samford Hall came alive Friday and Saturday nights with a 3D presentation honoring Auburn donors.
Toomers Corner was flooded with Auburn and LSU fans getting an early start on their game day celebrations at downtown Auburn’s Come Home to the Corner event Friday night.
Auburn soccer (8-0-0) continued its winning ways in dominating fashion as the ninth-ranked Tigers cruised by the once undefeated Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-1-0), 3-0. This is Auburn’s 8th straight victory, which is the Tiger’s best start in school history.
The City of Auburn has issued a cease and desist letter to Bird scooters, which the company agreed to, according to a statement from the City of Auburn.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers will be on campus Tuesday.
Auburn’s Water Resource Management Department’s mission is to manage the quality of water for the city and provide excellent water for all residents.
This season, The Plainsman will make staff picks of Auburn's weekly matchups. Also look for our selections for the national showdowns in the "Plainsman Pick 'Em" section in the print edition of our publication.