INSIDE THE AUBURN TIGERS

May 2015 Issue - On Newsstands Now!

Football Coaches See Progress

After a busy spring for the Auburn football team, especially on defense, the Tigers improved across the board, but are still a work in progress as they prepare for the 2015 season opener vs. Louisville in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. By Mark Murphy

Freshman Figures It Out

One of the main reasons the Auburn men's golf team has come on strong this spring is the performance of Ben Schlottman, who wasn't a factor during the fall as he adjusted to collegiate competition and worked on his swing. By Jason Caldwell

Veteran Coach Looking to Help Revamp Defense

Gus Malzahn brought in Lance Thompson to work with Will Muschamp to make improvements in the football team's defense. Thompson, who has worked at three other SEC programs, coached with Muschamp on a previous stop at LSU during his career that started at Georgia Tech with an unexpected offer to give coaching a try. By Mark Murphy

NFL Tigers Enjoy Coming Home

Quarterback Jason Campbell and cornerback Jerraud Powers have played a lot of football in the National Football League since leaving Auburn, but both fondly remember their time on the Plains. The NFL veterans enjoy returning to the Auburn campus to spend time with the current coaches and players as well as team chaplain Chette Williams. By Mark Murphy

Earning Respect Plus Two Degrees

For fifth-year senior and team captain Morgan Estell, playing college softball and doing it well is a high priority, which is one of the reasons why she is admired by her teammates and coaches. Estell and her Tigers are focused on earning a trip to the College World Series. By Mark Murphy

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