October 2015 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Enjoying the RideFifth-year senior linebacker Kris Frost, who has played a lot of football for the Tigers, says he will leave Auburn with a positive feeling about his college experience. For Frost it is important that the team has a successful finish to his final season and he plans to do everything he can to make that happen. By Jason Caldwell
Designing A New CareerFormer Tiger golfer Bill Bergin, a standout performer during his collegiate days at Auburn, has made a successful transition from professional golfer to professional golf course designer. It is a career choice Bergin is glad he decided to pursue. By Paul South
Barber Eager to Show What He Can DoAfter spending his first two years in college doing a lot of practicing but very little playing in game situations, running back Peyton Barber is determined to take full advantage of his opportunities to contribute to the 2015 Auburn football team. It didn't take him long to make an impact for this year's team. By Mark Murphy
Greater Expectations for Auburn HoopsBattling injuries, a lack of height and not enough talented depth, Coach Bruce Pearl and his Auburn basketball team took their lumps last season. Back for his second year in charge of the program, his Tigers should be improved with players like Tajh Shamsid-Deen leading the way. By Mark Murphy
Senior the "Whole Package"The nationally-ranked Auburn women's soccer team has surrendered goals reluctantly this season. A big reason for that is the performance and leadership of senior team captain Kala Faulkner, a player who has won major respect from her head coach. By Mark Murphy