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AU FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Chizik: ESPN won’t affect A-Day plan

AU FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Chizik: ESPN won’t affect A-Day plan

There promise to be a few more cameras than normal for Saturday’s A-Day game at Jordan-Hare Stadium, but Gene Chizik said he won’t let

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Auburn’s A-Day to be televised live by ESPNU

Auburn’s A-Day to be televised live by ESPNU

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Auburn’s A-Day game is going global.

The Worldwide Leader, ESPN, will be picking up a live feed of Auburn’s A-Day game and will broadcast it to the masses on ESPNU.

The game is set for Saturday, Apri…

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Official turn your Talents into an Education Day

Official turn your Talents into an Education Day

That’s right Auburn fans, it’s National Signing Day.  A day when all college football fans get to brag about what place they came in for untested talent.  Will this be Auburn’s best class ever?  Only time will tell.  Check back often as our resident poster and now official updater Chopper […]

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Outback Bowl Info

Outback Bowl Info

By now you already know that Auburn accepted a bid to play in Tampa on New Year’s Day in the 2010 Outback Bowl.  Auburn will be going bowling again after missing last season’s festivities with its 5-7 record. Starting the season 5-0had most Auburn fans flying high.  However, they were […]

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SEC officiating: Incompetence or Protecting ESPN Investment

SEC officiating: Incompetence or Protecting ESPN Investment

When ESPN signed a blockbuster $2 billion, 15 year deal in August of 2008 with the Southeastern Conference for the rights to televise sporting events including football and basketball many wondered what impact the agreement might have on the future of sports.

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Tigers survive Volunteer fourth quarter fury

Tigers survive Volunteer fourth quarter fury

By: Kevin Strickland The Auburn Tigers knocked off the Tennessee Volunteers 26-22 on Saturday night in Knoxville, surviving a 16-point Volunteer fourth quarter. While the Tigers answered a number of nagging questions in Rocky Top, others persist. First the good news. Auburn is 5-0. With a game against Furman still […]

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