May 2013 Issue - On Newsstands Now!
Tigers Upbeat About Spring DrillsThe Auburn football team looks like it made progress as the Tigers learned new offensive and defensive systems as they prepare for the 2013 season. By Mark Murphy
Barfield A Hit at AuburnJimmy Barfield led the Tigers to a Southeastern Conference championship as one of the most productive players in Auburn baseball history. He continued to have success as a heavy hitter in the business world after earning his Auburn degree. By Mark Murphy
McClinton's Exploits Not ForgottenSafety Buddy McClinton is headed to College Football's Hall of Fame, which is recognizing his record-setting career as a star for Coach Shug Jordan's teams in the 1960s. McClinton still holds the school records for most interceptions in a season and a career. By Mark Murphy
Like Father, Like SonJoe Whitt Sr. and Joe Whitt Jr. both have backgrounds in Auburn football. They also share a history. of football coaching success and mutual respect. By Jason Caldwell
Sprinter Back On TrackAll-American senior Marcus Rowland is a versatile member of Coach Ralph Spry's track and field team, an athlete who has the potential to make a living as sprinter on the pro circuit. By Mark Murphy
New Approach Produces Record ResultsMaya Pressley has been a successful high jumper, but the best may be yet to come for the Auburn senior, who is having a record-setting season. By Mark Murphy