May 2020 Issue - On Newsstands Now!

21st Century's Top Tigers

In the past 20 seasons of Auburn University athletics there have been numerous outstanding performers in football, basketball, baseball, golf and other sports. Inside the Auburn Tigers picks 20 athletes who stood out from the pack and 20 others worthy of mention for their exploits at Auburn and elsewhere. By Mark Murphy

Brahms Eager to Lead Rebuilt Offensive Line

Heading into his redshirt junior season for the Auburn football team, Nick Brahms is patiently waiting to get back on the field and prepare for the 2020 season. An outstanding student, as well as the only returning starter on the offensive front, Brahms is serious about his studies and helping his team win football games this fall. By Mark Murphy

Big Catches, Big Memories

After a slow start as a college football player, a change in the offense in 1993 helped wide receiver Frank Sanders blossom into an All-American for the Tigers. Before moving on to a successful career in the National Football League, Sanders made two of the most remembered catches in Auburn football history. By Jason Caldwell

Tigers Looking to Improve Aerial Attack

With Chad Morris on board as the new offensive coordinator and quarterback coach along with Bo Nix back with a year of starting experience, Auburn will look to become more efficient when putting the football in the air. It also looks like passing will be a bigger part of the 2020 game plans. By Stuart Carter

Flanigan on AU's Recruiting Style

When it comes to finding basketball prospects and evaluating them, assistant coach Wes Flanigan notes that his boss is in the middle of the action in all stages of the recruiting process. By Mark Murphy