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"We think he has a chance to be a phenomenal player . . .
Huntsville Times

Because of the Tigers' creativity offensively, it makes Muschamp's job easier . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

One of the first big events to take place will be in Auburn this weekend, where the Tigers will be having their annual Big Cat Weekend . . .
Bleacher Report

The Army All-American was a huge get for the Tigers on signing day and part of a terrific haul for head coach Gus Malzahn and defensive coordinator Will Muschamp . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

Despite all this lack of communication, Buie remains committed to the Tigers . . .
Huntsville Times

Options include renovating the athletics complex or constructing a new football-only complex, which would allow administrators and other sports access to more space inside the athletics complex . . .
Birmingham News

Big Cat has proven to be a success, as several prospects who attended have committed during the event or gone on to play for the Tigers . . .
Huntsville Times

After enrolling early this spring, Queen at least gave himself 15 practices to help the coaching staff gather valuable information about his ability . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Perhaps the strongest point in Auburn's thinnest personnel group is Jonathan Jones, an All-SEC honoree who led the Tigers with six interceptions and 11 pass breakups last season . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

McElwain said in March that "the hand we were dealt is really insufficient at some of the areas," but clarified Tuesday that he was not blaming Muschamp . . .
Birmingham News

The back-and-forth battle between Nick Saban's defense and Gus Malzahn's offense has been special, and this year should be more of the same . . .
ESPN

Former Michigan cornerback Blake Countess announced Tuesday his intention to transfer to Auburn on Twitter . . .
Birmingham News

An injury sidelined him for much of this spring, so he didn't have the breakout performance of the prior two years, but he was able to make a good impression with Muschamp . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Auburn is expected to be one of SEC's best. If the Tigers are going to upend Alabama and win the West, they'll need this one . . .
Nashville Tennessean

Many members of Auburn's 2015 recruiting class arrived on the Plains this weekend and are moving into the dorms on campus . . .
Mobile Press-Register

It's next to impossible to think anyone is going to push Frost or McKinzy, who will start at middle linebacker, for playing time, but neither will take it for granted either . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Perhaps most impressively, he excelled despite having his left hand in a cast for the majority of the spring after an early injury . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

The Tigers became the third SEC program to offer offensive tackle Kendall Randolph . . .
Huntsville Times

He visited Arizona last week and will be in Auburn Friday through Sunday for an official visit . . .
Huntsville Times

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn believes it's a requirement for his backup quarterback to be ready to start, and it's one of the reasons why he kept the Tigers' quarterback competition open through the spring . . .
Birmingham News

With Lawson also back, Malzahn believes Auburn can rush the passer with just four up front, allowing its athletic LBs to help against the pass . . .
ESPN

Some moving parts have to come together for Auburn to once again be a player in the SEC West, but Malzahn's reputation as an offensive mind and Muschamp's prowess on defense mean the Tigers are a safe bet to make some noise . . .
Athlon Sports

Talking about Auburn's football signing class and the players that could help this fall, softball super regional, baseball and more . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

The top-ranked recruit in the country will have to earn his role, but make no mistake, between DaVonte Lambert being out indefinitely recovering from a torn ACL and Elijah Daniel's dismissal from the program, the competition Cowart faces for the starting job is not daunting . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Here are a few of those goals for Auburn as the long offseason continues on the Plains . . .
Bleacher Report

He has the size and ability to be an effective run stopper but also the explosiveness to create pressure in the backfield . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

With five seniors gone, including starters and eventual NFL Draft pick Gabe Wright and Angelo Blackson, the only returning interior lineman is Montravius Adams, who is the lead at nose tackle . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss and Tennessee make up the defensive end's top five, but which ones stand out the most? . . .
Huntsville Times

Once Kozan is cleared to take part in contact again when he reports for fall camp, he won't lack for motivation . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

No matter how spectacular Thomas, Robinson or Barber might be running the ball, they won't see the field if their blocking isn't up to par . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

"They aren't scheduled but I will also be taking official visits to Auburn and Alabama sometime over the summer . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

The Tigers are still considered the overwhelming favorite to land the 6-foot-1, 178-pounder, who is ranked as the No. 7 wide receiver in the 247Sports Composite . . .
Huntsville Times

Early in the season it will bear watching whether Lawson's knee is recovered to the point that he resembles the player who turned in a strong freshman season two years ago . . .
ESPN

Malzahn, following his 10th spring as a coach on the college level, reflected on just how tough practices were this spring on the Plains . . .
Birmingham News

Talking about the loss of Derrick Moncrief, softball, baseball and more . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

"I'm also planning to visit Auburn and possibly Florida State . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers


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