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Gus Malzahn met with reporters following Tuesday's practice . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

There will be enough pressure on Marshall without Johnson adding to it . . .
Birmingham News

Now ready to give it his all, the 6-2, 215 Mitchell is focused on improving his skills as a linebacker after playing mostly defensive line throughout his high school career . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

One true freshman who Lashlee does expect to play right away is 6'6" 299 pound offensive lineman Smith . . .
Auburn Plainsman

As Auburn searches for pass rushers to replace Dee Ford, and with Carl Lawson out for at least half the season, Kennion has emerged as a potential candidate on the edge . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Williams has done his part to keep his name in the conversation, with Johnson specifically mentioning him on multiple occasions . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Diamond, who has been held back by knee problems, said he is working on his physical quickness as well as "slowing the game down in my mind . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

Nick Marshall Will Top 3,000 Yards Through the Air . . .
Bleacher Report

Assessing last Saturday's scrimmage, defensive coordinator Robb Smith said, "We were very vanilla in what we did, but I thought we made some improvements . . .
Baxter (Ark.) Bulletin

Tyler Queen, the Auburn quarterback commit, has completed rehabbing the UCL tear he suffered . . .
Huntsville Times

Malzahn wouldn't go into specifics regarding the length of Young's recovery, but did say Young would remain "a big part of what we're doing . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

"Slowly starting to put in our game plan for our first opponent, but we're still focusing on basic fundamentals," Malzahn said . . .
Mobile Press-Register

As Auburn searches for pass rushers to replace Dee Ford, and with Carl Lawson out for at least half the season, Kennion has emerged as a potential candidate on the edge . . .
Anniston Star

The relationship between Auburn's quarterback duo is nothing short of a throwback to a bygone era . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

Patrick Young, a senior walk-on, injured his knee and will be out for the foreseeable future . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Marshall will be the centerpiece and step up with a Heisman-caliber season . . .
Bleacher Report

The median price for the Auburn-Alabama rivalry in Tuscaloosa is $535, making it the priciest game across the country this fall, according to ticket . . .
Birmingham News

To help with the transition that awaits him at Auburn, 2015 prospect D'Anfernee McGriff will see more reps at receiver than quarterback during his senior season . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Wallace's role as a junior will be on special teams, where he will hold kicks and possibly handle the role of quarterback in the Tigers' Batman formation on extra points . . .
Huntsville Times

"The fact we went to the national championship game and came up that close, came up short you don't think about anything else except how you felt that last game," Malzahn says . . .
USA Today

ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit has found his thoughts on the 2014 edition of Auburn swinging from one end of the spectrum to another, and it has little do with the Tigers themselves . . .
Birmingham News

With one of the best deep threats in the country returning in Sammie Coates and the addition of D'haquille Williams, the Auburn coach feels the Tigers have the ability to stretch the field vertically better than at any point in the past five years . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

"We felt like in the run game, with the 17 runs, we won 15 of them, which is a high efficiency," Chaney said. "We were explosive and we ran the ball well . . .
Fort Smith (Ark.) Times Record

"I call him the Terminator," Diamond said. "The freaking Terminator . . .
Montgomery Advertiser


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