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The Al Borges Effect

The Al Borges Effect

     The return of the once lauded Al Borges to The Plains has been one of the more intriguing aspects surrounding the 2017 season to me. I was admittedly puzzled upon first hearing of his role as an offensive analyst under Gus Malzahn, but as the Summer has burned away so has my doubt […]The post The Al Borges Effect appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 16, 2017
Track’Em Tigers Podcast Debuting this Weekend!

Track’Em Tigers Podcast Debuting this Weekend!

     In our effort to bring you news, notes, and information on all things Auburn in fresh, entertaining ways – I am excited to announce our brand new podcast debuting this weekend! Just in time for the 2017 football season and hosted by my self, the podcast will cover all things Auburn football related […]The post Track’Em Tigers Podcast Debuting this Weekend! appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 16, 2017
The Economy of Hype: How Expectation Will Drive Ticket Demand

The Economy of Hype: How Expectation Will Drive Ticket Demand

For thousands of Alabamians, Christmas truly comes in July (and early August). As former Auburn center and host of The Cube Show reported on his morning show, just days ago Alabama fans were lined up at the local UPS hub by the hundreds. Why? Season ticket holders were waiting for a small package that was […]The post The Economy of Hype: How Expectation Will Drive Ticket Demand appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 15, 2017

Auburn Cornerback is Proof, You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down

It was the third quarter of the Texas A&M game when it happened. The Auburn defender was chasing down Aggie quarterback Kyler Murray when he took a brutal blindside hit from an Aggie wide receiver that snapped his head back and drove him into the ground dislocating his shoulder and bending his leg back in […]The post Auburn Cornerback is Proof, You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 14, 2017
Success for Auburn in 2017 Now Rest on Jarrett Stidham’s Shoulders.

Success for Auburn in 2017 Now Rest on Jarrett Stidham’s Shoulders.

When Jarret Stidham arrived on Auburn campus last winter he told reporters, “I came to here to be the starting quarterback for the Auburn Tigers.” Today that dream came true as Head Coach, Gus Malzahn named the Baylor transfer the starter for the 2017 season. After losing a 10 day battle to the newcomer, last […]The post Success for Auburn in 2017 Now Rest on Jarrett Stidham’s Shoulders. appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 14, 2017
Will the Gus Bus Fly in 2017?

Will the Gus Bus Fly in 2017?

     With Fall camp progressing slower than I would like, Gus Malzahn has stayed coy on whether or not he’s leaning towards one quarterback or another to be named as the starter. Malik Willis has actually received most of the specific praise Malzahn has given out in his post-scrimmage and post-practice news conferences. This […]The post Will the Gus Bus Fly in 2017? appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 13, 2017
Malik Willis Impressing Coaches

Malik Willis Impressing Coaches

     As Fall camp continues its winding path to September 2nd, Malik Willis continues to impress his coaches. Though Gus has been coy, many are saying Willis has made tremendous strides in August and is making his case for possible significant playing time in 2017. Gus had this to say regarding Malik, “…he is […]The post Malik Willis Impressing Coaches appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 10, 2017
Carl Lawson in Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp

Carl Lawson in Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp

Here is part of an article by Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News talking about 6 things to watch in the  Bengals preseason opener. Lawson’s leverage Mixon may lead the team in oohs, aahs and cheers from the fans thus far in camp, but there’s another rookie giving him a run for the label […]The post Carl Lawson in Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 10, 2017
Approaching Mid-Fall Camp.

Approaching Mid-Fall Camp.

Will the real starting offensive line, please stand up?(Photo by Acid Reign.)      War Eagle, everybody! It is hard to believe that we are nearly halfway through fall camp already. We are a little over 3 weeks away from the opening kickoff against Georgia Southern. Today, I had planned on previewing this year’s Iron Bowl, […]The post Approaching Mid-Fall Camp. appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 10, 2017
Best Case, Worst Case: Auburn’s SEC West Opponents

Best Case, Worst Case: Auburn’s SEC West Opponents

Sept. 30 – Mississippi State       Mississippi State is coming off of Dan Mullen’s worse season since his first in Starkville and questions still surround the Bulldogs entering 2017. They are yet again replacing a defensive coordinator and expectations for the offense are a bit apprehensive. Nick Fitzgerald, an intriguing talent, has yet to […]The post Best Case, Worst Case: Auburn’s SEC West Opponents appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 7, 2017

Gus Malzahn discussing first scrimmage of Fall Camp

The first Fall scrimmage is in the books! Hear what Gus Malzahn had to say about what he saw. The post Gus Malzahn discussing first scrimmage of Fall Camp appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 7, 2017
Everybody Gets Their Chance to Show What They Can Do

Everybody Gets Their Chance to Show What They Can Do

After six days of fall practice, the Auburn Tigers will enter Jordan-Hare Stadium today for their first real scrimmage of the preseason. It will mark the start of developing the 2017 depth chart. Coach Malzahn said last week, “That’s when we’ll really be able to evaluate, at the highest level, all positions once we get […]The post Everybody Gets Their Chance to Show What They Can Do appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 4, 2017
Shaking off the Summer Daze

Shaking off the Summer Daze

     The college football offseason provides ample time to stew, speculate, pontificate, hypothesize, theorize, dream, dread, and anticipate the coming season. No other sport dials that up by 10 notches quite like college football does a month before it gets under way.       By the time August arrives each year it’s safe to […]The post Shaking off the Summer Daze appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 3, 2017
Tigers Roar into August! (a few practice notes, and a brief look at game 11, Louisiana Monroe.)

Tigers Roar into August! (a few practice notes, and a brief look at game 11, Louisiana Monroe.)

The gunslinger competition continues.(Photo by Acid Reign.)      War Eagle, everybody, and Happy August! The dog days of summer continue, but we have football news to digest every day, now that practice is back in session. It’s a grand time of year. Everyone is undefeated. We know that we’ll only have a week or so […]The post Tigers Roar into August! (a few practice notes, and a brief look at game 11, Louisiana Monroe.) appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.
Aug 2, 2017
Auburn News and Notes: 8/2/2017 Edition

Auburn News and Notes: 8/2/2017 Edition

Auburn fall camp has begun on the Plains, and the university’s flagship program  has garnered all of the attention, rightfully so. However, there is a lot going on elsewhere in the athletics department. Let’s take a look at some of the news and notes.  In Auburn softball news, Tannon Snow has been cleared to play. […]The post Auburn News and Notes: 8/2/2017 Edition appeared first on Track Em Tigers, Auburns oldest and most read independent blog.