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Three Alumni To Represent Auburn In The Super Bowl

Atlanta, Georgia (EETV)- The arrival of the Super Bowl brings three former Tigers together in Sunday's big game. Rams cornerback Blake Countess, Patriots cornerback Jonathan Jones, and linebacker Brandon King all spoke to the media on Monday night in Atlanta.  Blake Countess who played at Auburn in 2015 spoke on his memories of Auburn saying, " Being back in Atlanta reminds me of my recruiting trip to Auburn, because I didn't know that you had to fly into Atlanta to get there. I remember driving down with my mom and Coach Muschamp. And then for guys like Jonathan Jones, who was a senior at the time, really welcomed me in and that was special." Brandon King, who graduated in 2014, said " Being in this game in this game is different, the players around me are different, everything we have to go through is different, but just enjoying being back closer to Auburn."  Jonathan Jones, a four year starter from 2011-2015, talked about how much Auburn meant to him. Jones said, "Auburn was great just being there and experiencing it was great for me just to get to the NFL. I loved it, War Eagle." The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday as the Countess and the Rams look to win their first Super Bowl since the Rams moved to Los Angelos. King and Jones will be looking for their second Super Bowl. For full interviews with the Auburn alumni and other team players click here.


Super Bowl Opening Night Interviews

Atlanta, Georgia (EETV)- On Monday, Super Bowl Opening Night took place as the Los Angelos Rams and the New England Patriots spoke to the media on their thoughts for Sunday's game. Below are interviews with Eagle Eye's Hayden Desmond and Andy Huling.


Auburn Drops Third Straight SEC Game At Mississippi State

Starkville, Mississippi (EETV)- Auburn went on the road to face the twenty-second ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs. Both teams teams looked to reach five-hundred as they sat 2-3 in the conference. In the first half, Mississippi State came out hot behind the arc as Nick Weatherspoon and Lamar Peters ...


Auburn Gymnastics Upsets Sixth-Ranked Georgia

 AUBURN, Ala- Auburn Gymnastics defeated Georgia with a final score of 196.775.  With a sold-out Auburn Arena, The Tigers fed off the adrenaline of the crowd. Top performances came from junior Gracie Day who had a top score in bars (9.875) and vault (9.900), and Derrian Gobourne who also had a successful night. Gobourne won in all around ( 39.375) and floor exercise (9.950). To top it all off the freshman earned a perfect 10 on her floor routine by one of the judges. For the Bulldogs top scorers were Sabrina Vega (balance beam, 9.925) and Sydney Snead (second in all around, 39.350.) The Bulldogs finished the meet falling behind Auburn with an overall score of 196.400. Auburn's Drew Watson came in second behind Gobourne in all around score of 39.175. The Auburn Tigers will compete against the Kentucky Wildcats in Lexington on Friday, February 1st at 6 p.m. CDT.  


Texas A&M Women's Basketball Defeats Auburn 69-67

The Texas A&M Aggies were too much for the Auburn Tigers tonight as the Aggies win a close fought battle 69-67. Auburn had a 30-22 lead at the half, but behind Chennedy Carter's 28 points, Texas A&M stormed back to take an 11-point lead in the fourth-quarter. Auburn would not go down without a fight though, scraping their way back and tying it up at 67 with a minute to go. Carter hit a running lay-up in the final minute to the Aggies up for good.  Rebounding was a key factor in this game and ultimately contributed to Texas A&M winning the game, out rebounding Auburn 39-30. More offensive rebounds means more second chances and the Aggies made the most of it, putting up 13 second chance points compared to Auburn's nine.  Texas A&M's Chennedy Carter led all scorers with 28 and Janiah McKay was the leading scorer for the Tigers with 17 points.  Auburn plays its second straight ranked opponent Sunday when the Tigers travel to Columbia, Missouri, to face-off against No. 25 Missouri. Tip-ff is at 2 p.m. CT at Mizzou Arena. 

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Carnell 'Cadillac' Williams named Auburn Football's new running back coach

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- Carnell 'Cadillac' Williams was officially named Auburn Football's running back coach yesterday. Williams has an impressive record as a former NFL player, and his Auburn career helped the Auburn Tigers have an undefeated season in 2004, as well as six straight Iron Bowl wins against Alabama. Williams record breaking Auburn career was from 2001-2004. He had a total of 3,831 yards rushing, 741 attempts and 45 touchdowns. Head Coach Gus Malzahn released a statement to fans Wednesday about Williams coaching for the upcoming season: “Carnell Williams is one of Auburn’s all-time greats and we’re excited to welcome him home,” Malzahn said. “Cadillac is a great fit for our program. He understands and cares deeply for this university and the Auburn football program, while bringing a great knowledge of the game. He knows first-hand what it takes to be a successful running back at the highest level and has a tremendous work ethic. We’re glad to have him at Auburn and know he will be a great coach and mentor to our running backs.” The former NFL player was the overall fifth pick in the 2005 draft by the Tampa Buccaneers. Williams was named Rookie of the Year, and he spent six seasons at Tampa. In 2011 he finished his final season in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. Williams' coaching experience includes: Henderson State (2015), University of West Georgia (2016), IMG Academy (2016-2017) and more recently for Birmingham Iron of the Alliance of American Football (AAF). “I’m ecstatic, super excited and humbled to have the opportunity to return home to Auburn and coach at a place that helped me become the man I am today,” Williams said. “I’m very grateful and appreciative of Coach Malzahn, the staff and the Auburn administration for this opportunity. Words can’t explain the emotions I had when I received the offer from Coach Malzahn. Cadillac hit the road early this morning to begin recruiting for the Auburn Tigers. He shared via Twitter that, "It's official, first of many trips recruiting for the Auburn Tigers. Can't wait to tell guys about the Auburn way! #War Eagle."


Women's Tennis Capps Off a Perfect Weekend with a Victory Over Mercer

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn women's tennis returned to the Yarborough Tennis Center for their first four matches of the season. After winning their first three matches, Auburn faced off against Mercer in the final match of the weekend. Auburn started off fast in doubles as teams of Sophia Graver/Taylor Russo and You Chen/Lindsey Song clinched the doubles point.  In singles, Caroline Turner gave Auburn a 2-0 as her opponent retired with Turner leading 6-1 3-0. Taylor Russo stretched the lead to 3-0 with a 6-1 6-1 victory. The Tigers would go on to win as Yu Chen halted play with a 6-3 6-2 win to keep Auburn perfect throughout the weekend.  Auburn's record is now 4-0 and they will travel to Atlanta this weekend in Atlanta for the ITA Kickoff Weekend.


Auburn Basketball falls to Kentucky

Auburn, Ala (EETV)- Coach Bruce Pearl and the Auburn Tigers basketball team welcomed in a tough SEC opponent to Auburn Arena Saturday night when the No.12 Kentucky Wildcats came looking for their fourth win in conference play and fourteenth overall while No. 14 Auburn was looking to carry momentum from their last game over after defeating the Georgia Bulldogs 93-78.  Students waited in the rain for hours to get a look at this matchup which lived up to the expectations. The Tigers came out firing and managed to keep the game close until the end of the first half when Kentucky closed on an 8-0 run thanks to two scores from Keldon Johnson and a three pointer by Tyler Herro to put themselves up by eight at the break. Bryce Brown had a quiet first half only scoring three points going 1-2 from the field. But in the second half a different player seemed to emerge.  Brown had twenty five points in the second half while his backcourt partner Jared Harper finished with 17 points for the game.  The Tigers were shaky early in the second half as Kentucky rode the hot hands of Johnson and Herro but Brown would not let them be comfortable at any time. At one point scoring or assisting on thirteen straight points for Auburn.  Down two with just over thirty seconds left, Harper pulled up for three and found the bottom of the basket to put Auburn up by one. The next play Harper fouled Herro and sent him to the line with a chance to tie and take the lead which he was able to do. Primed in position to hit another big shot, Harper had the ball right where he wanted it with the game on the line, in his hands. Harper drove and put up a layup that would have given Auburn the lead but it just rolled out.  When asked about the shot Harper said, “I knew when I was able to get by him that I had the angle, I feel like when I shot it I put it in the right place on the backboard. It just didn’t go in.” After a made free throw and a missed last second heave from Samir Doughty at half court. The final buzzer sounded and the Tigers would fall by a final 82-80.  Brown would finish with 28 points going 8-9 from the field, 6-7 from three point range and 6-6 from the free throw line.  Pearl said of Brown "“Bryce Brown was phenomenal in every timeout, he was the one in the timeouts who was keeping the guys positive, focused.” The loss drops the Tigers t0 13-4 overall and 2-2 in SEC play. The next game will be at South Carolina on Tuesday with tip-off slated for 5:30 p.m. CT on the SEC Network. 

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Auburn Defeats Texas A&M 85-66

Auburn's Bryce Brown led the way with 22 points in the first half alone. Jared Harper added 17 points along with 6 assists. The Tigers started fast in the first half taking a 48-32 lead at halftime. Bryce Brown outscored the Aggies 18-10 in the last six minutes including 3 straight three point shots to end the half.  Auburn wouldn't look back as they would go on to win 85-66. Auburn's bench outscored the Aggies bench 27-5 with 13 points coming from Anfernee McLemore. Texas A&M's leading scorers were T. J. Starks and Savion Flagg who both scored 22 points. The rest of the team did not reach double digits. Auburn's SEC road record improves to 4-3 under Bruce Pearl. Bryce Brown said, "That win will work wonders for us, it's our first true road win and I feel like it helps us at home because we can get the job done away from our place." Auburn's record improves to 13-3 (2-1 in SEC) and they will return to Auburn Arena Saturday for a top 25 showdown with the 12th ranked Kentucky Wildcats.


Auburn Earns First SEC Win Over Georgia 93-78

The Auburn Tigers defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 93 to 78. This victory follows last week’s devastating loss on the road against the Ole Miss Rebels. The Rebels defeated the Tigers 82 to 67, which resulted in the Auburn Tiger’s first conference loss. The Georgia Bulldogs also entered into tonight’s game with a 0 and 1 conference standing with their prior loss against the Tennessee Volunteers. Tonight’s win was not only a team win but was also a personal victory for certain individuals such as Anfernee McLemore, Jared Harper, Bryce Brown, and even Coach Pearl. Jared Harper dropped 22 points on the score board tonight, while Brown and McLemore both had 15 points for the Tigers. Auburn was much better in the paint as they scored 40 points down low. Georgia's leading scorer was Turtle Jackson, who had a career high 16 points. Nicolas Claxton added 15 points and 3 blocks for the Bulldogs. Auburn's record improves to 13-2 (1-1 in the SEC) and they will travel to College Station on Wednesday to face off against the Texas A&M Aggies.


Auburn Offense Shines In Music City Bowl Rout

Nashville TN (EETV)- The final game of the 2018 season pitted the Auburn Tigers against the Purdue Boilermakers in the Music City Bowl. Auburn's defense would be tested as the Boilermakers brought in the 24th best offense in the country led by quarterback David Blough. In the first quarter, Auburn started fast on the first drive of the game as Jarret Stidham found Jatarvious Whitlow for a 66 yard touchdown pass on the third play from scrimmage. After a three and out from Purdue, Auburn took a 14-0 lead on an 87 yard drive capped off by a 2 yard run from Whitlow. On Purdue's next drive, Auburn's Javarius Davis intercepted an errant throw from Blough and returned it to the Purdue 18 yard line. Jatarvius Whitlow would score his third touchdown of the game as he took it in from one yard out to give Auburn a 21-0 lead. The Boilermakers got things going offensively as Rondale Moore capped off a 78 yard drive with a 7 yard rushing touchdown to cut Auburn's lead to 14. Auburn would regain the 21 point lead as Jarret Stidham found Darius Slayton for a 74 yard score. The score was Auburn's fourth straight touchdown on offense and the longest of the 2018 season. In the second quarter, the defense held Purdue on fourth down. Auburn's offense needed one play to score their fifth straight touchdown as Stidham found Darius Slayton for his second touchdown reception of the game. The defense got in on the scoring as Big Cat Bryant intercepted a deflected pass and returned it for 20 yards to give Auburn an astounding 42-7 lead. Auburn's offensive attack did not stop as they tacked on two more touchdown's to give them a 56-7 lead at halftime. The Tigers set a school record for most points in the first half since they scored 49 against Chattanooga in 1995. Auburn opened the second half with their ninth touchdown of the game as Ryan Davis took a jet sweep for five yards to give Auburn a 63-7 lead.


Auburn Holds off Murray State 93-88

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- After losing on the road at NC State, the Auburn Tigers looked to rebound against the Murray State Racers. In the first half Auburn started out on an 8-0 run to start the game as Austin Wiley dropped 10 points. Bryce Brown seemed to be back in form as he scored 8 points including his first three point basket in two games. Murray State hung around, taking a five point lead with nine minutes to go. Auburn would take the lead into half 38-35 with help from Chuma Okeke as he scored the last five points of the half. Murray State started the first half fast, knocking down three straight three-point shots to take a six point lead. The lead wouldn't last for long as Auburn took a 14 point lead with 8 minutes remaining. Murray State did not go away as they cut the lead to just three in the last 40 seconds. Auburn was able to hold on for the win as Jared Harper knocked down two clutch free throws. The play of Murray State's guard Ja Morant should not go unnoticed as he dropped 25 points in the game. Shaq Buchanan also scored 21 points for the Racers, going 8-14 from three. Auburn's Samir Doughty had a career high 20 points to lead the Tigers and Austin Wiley and Chuma Okeke both added 17 points. Auburn's record improves to 10-2 and they will return to Auburn Arena next Saturday against the North Florida Ospreys.


Auburn Survives UAB in Overtime 75-71

Birmingham, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn and UAB faced off in the Mike Slive Invitational in Legacy Arena. Birmingham, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn and UAB faced off in the Mike Slive Invitational in Legacy Arena. With the series tied at 10-10, Auburn looked to take the advantage. In the first quarter, Auburn started very slow shooting 34 percent from the field. UAB came out strong knocking down 40 percent of their shots to take a seven point lead. Auburn made a push at the end of the half as they outscored the Blazers 8-0 to take a 28-27 lead at halftime. The second quarter was a back-and-forth affair as neither team could hold a lead. Auburn held a six point lead with 1:15 left but the Blazers hit two clutch three's two send the game to overtime. In overtime Jared Harper took over as he hit some crucial free throws to help the Tigers hold on 75-71. Harper went to the free throw line a total of 16 times and shot 80 percent. Harper led the way with 31 points while Chuma Okeke dropped 11 points. Auburn was unusually cold from three, only shooting 18 percent. UAB was led by Jalen Perry, who scored 18 points and Lewis Sullivan with 11. Auburn's record goes to 9-1 and they will go on the road next Wednesday night at North Carolina State.


Auburn Defeats Dayton 82-72

The Auburn Tigers faced off against the Dayton Flyers Saturday night in Auburn Arena. The Tigers looked to defeat Dayton for the second year in row. The Tigers showed out big in the first half with their high shooting percentage. Auburn shot 61 percent from the floor and 80 percent from the free-throw line, while Dayton shot 48 percent from the floor and only 50 percent from the free-throw line. Guards Jared Harper and Bryce Brown came out hot from the three-point line, Harper shooting 2-3 and Brown 4-5. Harper ended the half with 14 points and Brown with an impressive 22 points.  Not only were the Tigers dominant on the offensive end in the first half, but their defense made a statement with a total of five blocks, three of which came from Austin Wiley. Auburn would enter halftime with a comfortable 51-32 lead. Bryce Brown and Jared Harper continued to be the leading scorers for Auburn as they would finish with a combined 54 points. Brown scored a career high 34 points and Harper finished with 20 points. The Tigers would remain on top as they win the hard-fought game, 82-72.  Auburn improves their record to 8-1 and Dayton falls to 5-4. The Tigers will be in Birmingham Saturday the 15th in Legacy Arena as they take on UAB.

Jared Harper Against UNC Ashville

Auburn Defeats UNC Ashville 61-47

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn Basketball took on the UNC Ashville Bulldogs Tuesday Night in Auburn Arena. The Tigers came into the game ranked eighth and a 6-1 record to start the season. At halftime, the score was 33-18, but the Tigers were struggling to make some shots. Austin Wiley led the team with 8 and Jared Harper both added 6. The Tigers came out more explosive in the second half as the went on to win by a final score of 67-41. Austin Wiley had 14 points on the night and Samir Doughty had 13. Wiley said, "We didn't play our best basketball, and coach says we can't play down to our opponent." The Tigers shot 47.9 percent and were only 9-23 on three-point attempts. With the win Auburn improves to 7-1 and will face the Dayton Flyers on Saturday at 7 PM in Auburn Arena.

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Auburn Football To Face Purdue in the Music City Bowl

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- The reveal of the college football bowl season pitted the Auburn Tigers against the Purdue Boilermakers in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.  Purdue comes into the game with a 6-6 record, but they have have an impressive 49-20 win over the Ohio State Buckeyes.


Auburn Women's Basketball Defeats Oklahoma 95-79

The Auburn Tigers defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 95-79 while setting a school record in three pointers made with 13. The Sooners had a few spurts to keep things close early, but Auburn's relentless barrage of threes stood too much.  Emari Jones and Robyn Benton led the Tigers with 4 threes each and Unique Thompson had her 12th career double-double with 14 points and 17 rebounds.  Auburn hits the road again this week, traveling to Philadelphia to face St. Joseph's this Thursday night. Tip-off is at 6 p.m. at Michael J. Hagan Arena. 


Auburn Defeats Saint Peter's 99-59

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- After a successful trip to the Maui Invitational, the 8th ranked Tigers returned home to face the Saint Peter's Peacocks. Before the game, senior Bryce Brown was honored for breaking the record for three pointers in Auburn history set by Wesley Person. Auburn got off to a quick start going on a 13-0 run to start the game. Anthony Mclemore led the team in the first half with 11 points, and Bryce Brown added 10 to make the halftime score 51-23. Auburn stayed in control in the second half defeating the Peacocks 99-59. The Tigers shot 48 percent from the field and held the Peacocks to only 27 percent. Auburn's leading scorers were Anthony Mclemore and Bryce Brown who both dropped 19 points. Malik Dunbar had 14 points on the night and Chuma Okeke added 12 for the Tigers. The win moves Auburn to 5-1 and they will return to Auburn Arena next week to face UNC-Ashville on Tuesday night at 7PM. 

Edouard Julien (10) Auburn baseball vs Mississippi State on Saturday, April 14, 2018, in Auburn, Ala.

Auburn Baseball's Eduard Julien Named Canadian Baseball Network Player of Year

Toronto, Canada (EETV)- Auburn's Eduard Julien was recently named player of the year by Canadian Baseball Network.  Julien was a first place vote on 43 of 52 ballots by scouts, executives, coaches, and writers. In his freshman year, Julien led the Tigers with 17 home runs and an SEC leading 69 RBI's. His RBI total broke Frank Thomas's freshman record in 1987. Julien earned Freshman All-American and SEC honors with four Auburn players which was the most in the country. Auburn Baseball opens their season with a three game series against Georgia Southern on February 15-17.

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Auburn Falls To Alabama 52-21

The Auburn Tigers came into Bryant-Denny Stadium a heavy underdog, but looked to shock the world with an upset over Alabama. Early in the first half, Auburn's Shaun Shivers appeared to have a seventy yard rushing touchdown, but it was erased by a holding call on Sal Canella. Alabama would get the ball and Tua Tagovailoa would make it 7-0 with a rushing touchdown. Auburn would answer with a 73 yard drive capped off by an Anthony Schwartz 9 yard touchdown to tie the game at 7-7. Alabama took the lead 14-7 with a four yard pass from Tagovailoa to Henry Ruggs III. Alabama would kick a field goal on the next drive to extend their lead to ten. Auburn's special teams came through late in the second half as Smoke Monday blocked a punt to give Auburn great field position. The Tigers would capitalize as Ryan Davis found Malik Miller on a double pass to put Auburn down 17-14 at halftime. Alabama would take over in the second half as Tagovailoa threw for three touchdowns as the Crimson Tide would go on to win 52-21. Jarret Stidham ended the night 13 for 30 for 127 yards and a touchdown while Darius Slayton led the Tigers in receiving with 63 yards and one touchdown. Jatarvius Whitlow led the rushing game with 19 carries for 61 yards. Tua Tagovailoa had a solid performance going 25/32 for 324 yards and 6 total touchdowns. Damien Harris led the Crimson Tide in rushing attack, rushing for 61 yards and Jerry Juedy racked up 77 yards receiving with one touchdown. The loss puts Auburn's record at 7-5 and they will await the their bowl destination. Alabama will travel to Atlanta next week to play Georgia for the SEC Championship.


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