February 2019 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Bigness Revisited: 2015 ClassSigned following Gus Malzahn's second season as head coach football coach of the Tigers, most of the members of the 2015 class contributed and started games at Auburn. There were some misses in the group, too, plus others who will be back for one more season who are expected to play key roles for the 2019 team. By Mark Murphy
Junior Shortstop Moving Into Leadership RoleA key performer in Auburn's run to a NCAA Baseball Tournament Super Regional last year, Will Holland returns as one of the most experienced players on Coach Butch Thompson's roster. The shortstop is expected to be a key player in the field, at the plate and in the dugout this year. By Jason Caldwell
Former Tiger Chasing His DreamCole Cubelic played a lot of football for the Auburn Tigers for two different head coaches. The offensive lineman's love of the game prompted him to find a way to be involved in the sport as a full-time way to earn a living. It has taken a long time to make that happen, but now that it has he is enjoying the assignment. By Jason Caldwell
QB Spot Open in Spring DrillsWith Jarrett Stidham off to give pro football a try the Tigers will be looking to replace him and the entire starting linebacker group in spring training. The 2019 team will return most of the first team players, but there are holes in the starting lineup and on the depth chart that need to be filled before the Tigers are ready to face the Oregon Ducks. By Mark Murphy
Pitchers to Lead Softball TigersFor Mickey Dean's second season at Auburn the head coach returns what should be a strong group of pitchers and most of his starters in the field as the Tigers look to improve on last season's 41-17 record. By Mark Murphy