March 2017 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
2017 Auburn Football SigneesProfiles and evaluations are featured on members of Auburn's 2017 football signee class. Almost evenly divided between offensive prospects and defensive recruits, Coach Gus Malzahn seems pleased by the group's potential. By Mark Murphy
Tigers Looking for Improvement On Offense, DefenseAfter finishing 8-5 last season following a slump down the stretch, the Auburn football team has plenty it needs to get accomplished during spring training. As the Tigers prepare for the 2017 season the coaching staff has a lot of experienced players to work with this year on offense, defense and special teams. By Mark Murphy
Major Value In Good QB PlayInside the Auburn Tigers statistician, Stuart Carter, writes about how the 2017 Auburn football team can help its chances to be more consistent offensively. New offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey, who coaches the quarterbacks, has a chance to be a major difference-maker. By Stuart Carter
Student of the GameSpeedy centerfielder Victoria Draper broke into the starting lineup last season for the softball Tigers and played well as she helped her team reach the College World Series. This season as a redshirt junior she is studying ways to take her performance to a higher level. By Mark Murphy
Staying Involved With AuburnFormer All-Southeastern Conference and All-American football player Quentin Riggins developed a passion for his university while playing for Coach Pat Dye's Tigers in the 1980s. Now he is moving into a new level of involvement with Auburn after being named to the university's board of trustees. By Jason Caldwell