September 2016 Issue - On Newsstands Now!

Helping Hand for the Offensive Line

Reuniting with Gus Malzahn, who he worked with for two seasons at the University of Tulsa, the Auburn football team is counting on Herb Hand to get the offensive line performing at a high level. Hand has plenty of experience as a college coach and a real passion for his job. By Mark Murphy

Roberts Taking A Primary Role in the Secondary

Last season Stephen Roberts developed into a key performer for the Auburn football team after playing a minor role as a freshman. The versatile defensive back could have an even bigger impact as a junior with his potential to help the Tigers at multiple positions. By Mark Murphy

Do-Over For Dampeer

The 2015 season didn't go as planned for Xavier Dampeer, who is getting an opportunity to prove he can become a major contributor for the football Tigers as a fifth-year senior. With a new position coach, good health and an opportunity to be a starter at center, Dampeer is being counted on to get the job done. By Jason Caldwell

Young Coach Teaches Old School Football

Travis Williams was an outstanding linebacker for the Tigers, who has been given the assignment of coaching Auburn's current players to perform like he did. There is no doubt the two-time All-SEC linebacker is more than just a little bit eager to do a good job for his alma mater. By Jason Caldwell

Le Beau's A Keeper

The Auburn women's soccer team is trying to follow up the best season in school history with another strong performance. A key player in making that happen is sophomore Sarah Le Beau, the last line of defense for Coach Karen Hoppa's Tigers. By Mark Murphy