May 2016 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Showing Progress On DefenseAuburn wrapped up spring football drills with the defense looking like it will be improved for the 2016 season, especially on the line of scrimmage. The Tigers still have work to do on offense where the quarterback competition is expected to continue into preseason practice in August. By Mark Murphy
Dansby Still Getting It DoneOld pro Karlos Dansby credits his coaches at Auburn for making a big change that has led to a long and very successful run as a linebacker in the National Football League. Dansby will head into a new season playing for a new team. By Jason Caldwell
'Coach Crimedog' Passionate About His New JobAuburn's secondary coach, Wesley McGriff, made the move to the Plains from the National Football League's New Orleans Saints, but most of his coaching experience happened in the collegiate ranks. McGriff hasn't been at Auburn for long, but the high-energy coach has already made a favorable impression with his defensive backs and others. By Jason Caldwell
Burns Fired Up About AuburnFormer Tiger quarterback and wide receiver Kodi Burns has been on the fast track in the college football coaching business. Making the move back to his alma mater following a brief stop at Arizona State, Burns has been given the challenging assignment of rebuilding a receiver group that will be counting on a lot of unproven players. By Mark Murphy
Big Winner Understands LosingAfter having the opportunity to experience college softball's World Series last season, senior Lexi Davis is hoping to do it again. Regardless of what happens in the postseason the right-hander from Charlotte, N.C., will leave Auburn as the winningest pitcher in school history. By Mark Murphy