November 2016 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Fitting In At AuburnThe football team's first-year defensive coordinator, Kevin Steele, grew up following the Tigers, but never had the opportunity to work at Auburn prior to this year. The veteran coach's passion for the sport has been evident to his players, who have stepped up and performed well this season for Gus Malzahn's Tigers. By Jason Caldwell
Tigers Counting On LangBruce Pearl says it is difficult to believe that T.J. Lang is the most experienced player in his system, but that is the case as the guard/forward moves into his junior season. If the Auburn basketball team is going to have the type of success Lang is hoping for, he needs to be a big part of making that happen. By Mark Murphy
Carlson Rewriting Auburn's Record BookAU football history is full of talented kickers and redshirt junior Daniel Carlson has a chance to be the best to ever play for the Tigers. A combination of athletic ability and dedication have made him one of Auburn's most valuable players, regardless of position. By Jason Caldwell
Frerking's Basketball GoalsA major contributor in her previous seasons playing for the Tigers, Katie Frerking looks poised to take her game to an even higher level as a senior. If the Tigers make a run in the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament this season, Frerking will likely be one of the reasons why that happens. By Mark Murphy
Talent Up, Depth UpWith four starters returning along with key reserves, the women's basketball team will have plenty of experience. Combine that with talented newcomers and the 2016-17 squad has the potential to be Coach Flo's best team during her time with the Tigers. By Mark Murphy