Archive for December, 2010

Malzahn’s football switch never goes off

The Gus bus rolls 24/7

As the rest of the Auburn football team was enjoying a day at the water park, away from the intensity of two-a-days before the season, offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn was working.

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Attention, focus key during long wait for title game

Attention, focus key during long wait for title game

In case anyone’s forgotten, Auburn’s playing in a game of some importance in about three weeks.

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Barbee encouraged after 1st road game

Barbee doing his best to work with what Lebo left.

Auburn came up with too little, too late.

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Home on the Plains: Malzahn to stay, salary will more than double

Gus and Gene stay together!

Gus Malzahn is staying put at Auburn, and his salary will more than double for next year, the Opelika-Auburn News has learned.

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Newton becomes 3rd Heisman winner in Auburn history

Cam Newton, winner of the 2010 Heisman Trophy.  War Eagle!

NEW YORK — When he heard his name called, it took Cam Newton only three enormous strides to make up the distance between he and Alan Casey, the 13-year-old with Burkitt’s lymphoma who was announcing Newton at the post-Heisman press conference as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Auburn men’s basketball falls to Rutgers

Auburn men’s basketball falls to Rutgers

Although Auburn’s mens basketball team scored the first 7 points in its game against Rutgers on Saturday, the Tigers somehow managed to drop yet another contest, as they fell to Rutgers, 63-54, in the SEC-Big East Invitational in Pittsburgh.

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