March 2015 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
A Highly Rated Signee ClassAuburn football coach Gus Malzahn and his assistants lined up a large group of signees to join the 2015 roster. The Tigers, who signed a group ranked as the third best class nationally, look like they are bringing in a lot of help both offensively and defensively for Malzahn's third season in charge of the Auburn program. By Mark Murphy
Plenty Of Changes Expected On Defense This SpringWith Will Muschamp coordinating the defense, Travaris Robinson coaching the defensive backs and Lance Thompson working with the linebackers, this should be a busy spring for the football Tigers. Coming off a disappointing 2014 season, the process of rebuilding moves into high gear in March and April. By Mark Murphy
New Position, New HopeAnfernee Grier showed his promise as a freshman baseball player for Coach Sunny Golloway's Tigers. Healthier in year two and with a season's worth of experience behind him, the expectations are higher for the talented sophomore outfielder as he moves to a new position. By Jason Caldwell
Good And Getting BetterOne of the reasons the softball Tigers were better than expected last season was the play of second baseman Emily Carosone. After earning third team All-America status as a sophomore, she is off to a strong start this year as her Tigers look to make a deeper run in the NCAA Tournament. By Mark Murphy
Not Your Ordinary RecruitThe football team's most unusual signee is a player who had never played the sport, or even seen a football game, prior to the 2014 season lining up for a private school in Elmore County. Despite that defensive end Prince Tega Wanogho attracted plenty of recruiting attention from SEC coaches. By Jason Caldwell