September 2014 Issue - On Newsstands Now!

Craig Excited About the Receivers

Coach Dameyune Craig has a much larger and more talented group of players to work with in his second season since returning to Auburn. His receivers should be a major plus for the 2014 football Tigers as they try to defend their SEC title. By Mark Murphy

Coaching Chemistry

Melvin Smith and the rest of the football team's defensive coaching staff are not only veterans of many SEC seasons, they believe in working closely together to achieve group goals. By Jason Caldwell

Offensive Line Coach Enjoys High Expectations

J.B. Grimes is quite at home on a college campus teaching football skills, something he has done very well for a long time at different levels. Heading into his second season at Auburn, the coach is expecting more good play from his group. By Mark Murphy

Big Ben Wants Big Finish

Although tackle Ben Bradley is far from being one of the most well-known defenders on the 2014 Auburn football team, he may prove to be one of the most valuable during his senior season. By Mark Murphy

Pearl Hire Excites Former Tigers

Some of the top players in Auburn basketball history talk about why they are pleased with the decision to hire Bruce Pearl to rebuild a program that has been down in recent years. By Mark Murphy

Twins Close And Competitive

The Ramsier sisters, a talented pair of sophomores from Texas, enjoy spending time together off the field and while playing soccer for Coach Karen Hoppa's Tigers. By Mark Murphy