After a successful start to the season during the non-conference schedule, Auburn is yet to find its first SEC win of the season. Starting 10-2, the Tigers have lost three straight — failing to score above 60 points in all of those games.
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Putting their loss to Georgia in the rear view, the Tigers ensued defeated Arkansas 72-59 with help from its veteran stars.
With its back to the wall and in danger of falling to last place in the final rotation of its' opening meet, sophomore Sarah Hubbard took on vault and began a rally for the Tigers.
By now, most of us have probably forgotten the dreariness of college friend goodbyes and sunk into the habit of poor sleep schedules and hanging out with family and random high school friends. With the start of spring semester looming overhead, the week of “How was your break?” is also encroaching.
Auburn struggled against No. 1 South Carolina’s strong offense while facing the Gamecocks at home, losing its third conference game 94-42.
Conference play is underway and so far Auburn is 1-1 against conference opponents, the most recent being a loss at Georgia 76-64 to the Bulldogs.
When Auburn landed forward Johni Broome as a transfer from Morehead State, optimism was high. Broome, along with Dylan Cardwell, would follow in the footsteps of the 22nd pick in the NBA Draft, Walker Kessler.
Bruce Pearl’s Tigers are quite familiar with the state of Georgia. Five of the six current NBA players from Pearl’s program are from Georgia, which doesn’t even include stars like Jared Harper and Bryce Brown. Five current Tigers are from the state and Auburn was 8-2 in their last 10 matchups against the Bulldogs entering tonight’s ballgame.
The Tigers took on the Texas A&M Aggies Wednesday at home in their first meet back from break.
Cole Foster was sick.
Auburn women’s basketball lost its second straight game and its SEC home opener in a tough 62-56 loss to Missouri.
After a tough loss at Ole Miss in the SEC opener, Auburn looks to bounce back at home and get its first SEC win of the season. The Tigers will not have time to sulk over the loss to the Rebels as they will have to put it behind them to face another all-around strong team against Missouri.
Head coach Hugh Freeze has completed his inaugural staff at Auburn with the announcement of former Auburn Tiger Marcus Davis as the program’s next wide receivers coach.
Auburn aimed to start conference play hot after gliding through its non-conference schedule with a lot of positives, but facing a talented SEC team in Ole Miss, the Tigers went cold and lost their SEC opener.
Conference play is underway at Neville Arena. In a tight, defensive battle, No. 20 Auburn staved off upset-minded Florida, winning its SEC opener 61-58 on Wednesday night.
Auburn played its last game a little under a week ago before the Christmas break where it beat the Washington Huskies in a blowout win 84-61 in Alaska Airlines Arena. That win was attributed to a second-half surge which saw Auburn score 53 points, shooting 74% from the field and 55% from behind the arc. Johni Broome and Jaylin Williams were the leaders of the pack scoring 18 each.
As the fax machines fell silent and the early signing period came to a close on Friday, Auburn’s 2023 football recruiting class began to take shape. Currently, the Tigers have a consensus top-20 class, a far cry from when it was the No. 52 ranked class in the nation shortly after Bryan Harsin was dismissed as head football coach in October.
Among the announcements of Auburn's signees on Early Signing Day, there have also been official announcements of some additions to head coach Hugh Freeze's staff.
It took sometime to pull away from the Huskies, but Auburn made the best of its chances in the second half to defeat Washington on its home court.
Head Coach Hugh Freeze addressed the media on Early Signing Day, answering questions on new signees and his additions to the football family.