February 2015 Issue - On Newsstands Now!

Signee Class Full Of Contributors

Following a national championship season, Auburn's 2011 football signee class was full of highly recruited prospects. Several of the most highly rated signees struggled making the jump to SEC football and there were also a variety of success stories in the class brought to Auburn by former AU coach Gene Chizik and his staff. By Mark Murphy

Pitching A Key to Baseball Team's Success

Keegan Thompson was very impressive as a newcomer last year, even though his season was cut short by an injury. The 2014 Freshman All-American is expected to be the staff's ace and a large group of pitchers are competing to earn playing time for the Tigers. By Jason Caldwell

Tigers Counting On Newcomers

Coach Sunny Golloway has a lot of new faces to work with as Auburn tries to win enough baseball games to advance into postseason play. How successful they can be will be determined in no small part by transfers and other recruits as the Tigers try to improve on last season's 28-28 record. By Jason Caldwell

Pearl's Right-Hand Man

Tony Jones knows Auburn's first-year head basketball coach very well. Jones, who is the associate head coach for the Tigers, has been on Bruce Pearl's staff at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as well as Tennessee before moving to Auburn last spring. By Mark Murphy

Myers Expecting Much More

In his first year as head coach of Auburn's softball team Cliff Myers watched his squad exceed expectations with a group that set multiple AU offensive records while also leading the nation in fielding percentage. For his second season with the Tigers expectations are higher because the key players return with help expected from newcomers. By Mark Murphy