October 2014 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Fresh Start Working OutCertainly not an overnight success since retiring from professional baseball and joining the Auburn football team, junior wide receiver Melvin Ray has steadily improved to become a reliable performer for Coach Gus Malzahn's Tigers. Ray is hoping the best is yet to come for himself and his team. By Mark Murphy
Making His MarksNow firmly established as a defensive tackle in the National Football League, former Tiger standout Sen'Derrick Marks is getting paid big bucks to play the game he loves as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars, a team that signed him to a long-term contract. By Steve Hunt
Harrell Excited About New Coaches For His Senior YearK.T. Harrell was one of the Southeastern Conference's top scorers in his first season playing basketball for the Tigers after transferring from the University of Virginia. Continuing to work on all aspects of his game during the offseason, the best could be yet to come for the good-shooting guard from Montgomery. By Mark Murphy
New Look For AU HoopsIn addition to a completely new coaching staff, the roster for the 2014-15 Auburn men's basketball season will feature many new faces as Bruce Pearl looks to provide a spark for a program that has struggled in recent years. By Mark Murphy
Senior Taking On Bigger RoleFor the previous three seasons tight end/H-back Brandon Fulse has been a part-time starter and a major contributor to the Auburn football team, but this year he is embracing the challenge of doing even more for the Tigers. By Mark Murphy