Augusy 2015 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Coleman Continues to Make ProgressShon Coleman heads into his redshirt sophomore season with a year's worth of starting experience and expectations that his best football days are yet to come. Coach J.B. Grimes also has high expectations for the big left tackle from Memphis. By Mark Murphy
Offensive Questions For the TigersThe football team has to replace key performers from last year's offensive group, including a two-year starter at quarterback, but Coach Gus Malzahn and his offensive coordinator, Rhett Lashlee, look like they have plenty of talent to work with so there are reasons to believe that the 2015 Tigers will score a lot of points. By Mark Murphy
Adams Looking to Raise His Play to A Higher LevelHeading into his junior year Montravius Adams will be counted on to be one of the key players for the football team's defense. After breaking into the starting lineup last season the tackle looks ready to have a breakout performance and has set high goals for himself. By Mark Murphy
Defensive Questions For the TigersAfter a disappointing performance last year led to a major shakeup on the coaching staff the football Tigers will have a different look with Will Muschamp in charge of fixing the issues that plagued the 2014 defensive unit. The group showed signs of progress in the spring, a trend it will try to continue this fall. By Jason Caldwell
Tigers Turn Up Excitement LevelCoach Clint Myers followed an impressive first year on the job with a record-setting season two for the Auburn softball program, which experienced a number of firsts including an SEC tournament championship and a trip to Oklahoma City to compete in the College World Series. By Mark Murphy