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Auburn Shooting Suspect Arrested

 

 

 

 

” WSFA is report that the Auburn Police Department has made an arrest in connection to the shooting death of a freshman Auburn football player.

  Auburn Police say that Markale Hart, 22 of Camp Hill, AL, has been arrested and charged in connection to the shooting death of Jakell Lenard Mitchell, 18 of Opelika.

  Mitchell was rushed to East Alabama Medical Center with apparent multiple gunshot wounds and died shortly after arrival at the emergency room from his injuries. Mitchell’s body has been taken to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences medical examiner’s office in Montgomery for a postmortem examination.

  According to the Lee County Coroner’s office, Auburn Police and EAMC EMS received the 911 call early Sunday morning at about 12:28 a.m. to a possible gunshot victim. The incident occurred at a residence in the 200 block of West Longleaf Drive in Auburn. This is the same apartment complex where Desmonte Leonard shot and killed three men in 2012, among them, two former AU football players.”

 

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Auburn Football Player Jakell Mitchell Shot, Killed

 

 

 

 

 

” Auburn freshman football player Jakell Mitchell was shot and killed at an apartment complex near the Auburn University campus early Sunday morning.

  Auburn Police responded to a call of shots fired at the Tiger Lodge apartment complex at 12:28 a.m. Sunday, where Mitchell, 18, was found with multiple gunshot wounds. He was rushed to East Alabama Medical Center and died after his arrival, according to the Lee County Coroner’s Office.

  Auburn Police Capt. Will Matthews told the Associated Press the investigation is ongoing and no suspects are in custody.

  Sunday’s shooting occurred at the same apartment complex Desmonte Leonard shot and killed three man, including former Auburn players Ed Christian and Ladarious Phillips, in the summer of 2012. Leonard was convicted of capital murder, attempted murder and assault in October and will be sentenced in January.”

 

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‘No One Gave Up’: Auburn Players Say They’ll Be Back

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

” It was a locker room that Ricardo Louis didn’t want to see, not after Auburn kept coming back, not after the Tigers fell just short in a 41-38 loss to Texas A&M.
 
” Some people with their heads down, some people encouraging others. But at the end of the day, we’ll just come together as a team as we always do,” Louis said Saturday night.
 
  Auburn fumbled twice late in the game in Jordan-Hare Stadium, losing both, and losing a chance at victory. Auburn fell to 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the SEC. 
 
” It’s a tough pill to swallow,” Louis said. “We have a whole bunch of winners on this team, and losing is always a bad feeling.”
 
” We’re a championship team,” said receiver Quan Bray. “We still believe in that.” “
 Quick Stats
AU
A&M
 Total Plays
80
64
 1st Downs
31
22
     3rd down efficiency
7-11
4-10
     4th down efficiency
0-0
0-0
 Total Yards
582
453
 Passing Yards
219
277
     Comp-Att
15-21
19-29
     Yards per pass
10.4
9.6
 Rushing Yards
363
176
     Rushing attempts
59
35
     Yards per rush
6.2
5.0
 Penalties-Yards
8-65
5-47
 Turnovers
3
1
     Fumbles lost
3
0
     Interceptions thrown
0
1
 Time of Possession
32:40
27:20
 
” Auburn, which had mastered the late comeback win the last two years, saw the tables turned with the late miscues. Louis was seemingly involved in another comeback when quarterback Nick Marshall connected with him for a long pass, but, a short time later, Auburn fumbled on the 3 with 2½ minutes left. Auburn turned it over again at the 29 with less than a minute to play on a bad snap.
 
” We were going to win the game,” Bray said.
  Only last week, Auburn beat Ole Miss in a similar fashion when the Tigers made the play that forced Laquon Treadwell to fumble just before he crossed the goal line with just over a minute to play. Auburn won that won 35-31. Not this time, even though Auburn’s defense allowed only six points in the second half.”

‘Uncharacteristic’ Penalties Hurt Auburn, But Tigers Find Way

 

 

 

 

 

 

” In the end, the Tigers’ 13 penalties didn’t cost them as dearly as first feared. Kris Frost forced a fumble near the goal line and Cassanova McKinzy recovered it in the end zone in the final minutes to help secure a 35-31 victory at Ole Miss on Saturday.

  Still, the penalties bothered the Tigers during and after the game.”

 

 Quick Stats
AU
Miss
 Total Plays
68
72
 1st Downs
23
25
     3rd down efficiency
6-13
5-13
     4th down efficiency
0-0
1-2
 Total Yards
507
492
 Passing Yards
254
341
     Comp-Att
15-22
30-42
     Yards per pass
5.5
8.1
 Rushing Yards
253
151
     Rushing attempts
46
30
     Yards per rush
5.5
5.0
 Penalties-Yards
13-145
6-48
 Turnovers
1
2
     Fumbles lost
0
2
     Interceptions thrown
1
0
 Time of Possession
32:11
27:33

 

” ” Pretty uncharacteristic of us,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said. “We’ve got to do better in the future, but we’ll correct that, and we’ll address that. Our guys overcame it and they found a way to win.”

  The game-deciding drive was set up by some great plays by Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace and a pair of bad penalties by the Tigers: a personal foul on the punt return and defensive hold on cornerback Jonathon Mincy gave the Rebels 25 free yards.

  Auburn’s 13 penalties were the most since a 30-23 loss at Florida in overtime in 2002. “

 

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What They’re Saying About Auburn’s 42-35 Victory Against South Carolina

 

 

 

 

 

” Auburn kept its SEC championship hopes alive, but it wasn’t easy Saturday night against South Carolina.

  Steve Spurrier was in a gambling mood in Jordan-Hare Stadium, and for the most part his play calls worked. Luckily for Auburn, its defense stood tall in the fourth quarter and the Tigers held on for a 42-35 victory.

  It was an entertaining game, even if Auburn fans are probably checking their heart rates this morning.

  As you wait for the new rankings to be released this afternoon, check out what they’re saying across the country about Auburn after its 42-35 victory:

 

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The game by the numbers from the Tiger’s website :

 

Quick Stats
AU
SC
 Total Plays
62
86
 1st Downs
25
30
     3rd down efficiency
6-8
6-14
     4th down efficiency
0-0
5-6
 Total Yards
551
535
 Passing Yards
156
416
     Comp-Att
13-15
30-53
     Yards per pass
10.4
3.6
 Rushing Yards
395
119
     Rushing attempts
47
33
     Yards per rush
8.4
3.6
 Penalties-Yards
4-53
4-20
 Turnovers
1
3
     Fumbles lost
1
0
     Interceptions thrown
0
3
 Time of Possession
26:29
33:31

 

” It was a wild, wild game, and Auburn’s Nick Marshall, Cameron Artis-Payne and Ricardo Louis needed every yard, every foot, of their monster offensive performances Saturday night to beat South Carolina 42-35 in Jordan-Hare Stadium.

Artis-Payne, the tailback, and Louis, a receiver, each rushed for more than 100 yards and Marshall accounted for four touchdowns and more than 200 total yards as the Tigers smashed their way to 551 yards of offense in a see-saw game that ended with Auburn on top.

Auburn didn’t take the lead until the third quarter, then didn’t take the lead for good until the fourth. South Carolina threw in the end zone on the game’s final play. The pass was intercepted.

When the yards were tallied, a whopping total of 1,086 of them with 55 first downs, Auburn improved to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in the Southeastern Conference. South Carolina fell to 4-4 overall and 2-4 in the league.

The No. 5 Tigers will likely move up in the national rankings as well after LSU beat No. 3 Ole Miss 10-7. Auburn will play the Rebels in Oxford next Saturday.

This Saturday, there were tricks plays and determined efforts. The Gamecocks converted their first five fourth-down tries, but missed on one critical one on a throw in the end zone in the fourth quarter. Carolina had the ball as the game ended, or until Jonathan Jones intercepted the final last throw.

” They went for everything and they got just about everything. They executed when they had to,” said Auburn’s Gus Malzahn.

Auburn took its first lead at 28-21 in the third, on a 5-yard Marshall touchdown run. South Carolina tied it right back up less than two minutes later when Dylan Thompson hit a streaking Pharoh Cooper on a 51-yard scoring play.

The Tigers were unfazed. Louis raced 75 yards for a touchdown a few seconds later. By then, Auburn had 440 yards, of which a whopping 340 came on the ground, with 7:29 left in the third quarter. 

 
  Auburn led 35-28. Until South Carolina tied it again on a Dylan Thompson-to-Nick Jones touchdown pass with 2:20 left in the third quarter.
 
  Artis-Payne rushed for 167 yards on 25 carries and Louis had 102 yards on three carries. Marshall was 12-of-14 passing for 139 yards, and rushed for 89 yards and three touchdowns.
 
  It was an offensive night, for sure. The two teams combined for 894 yards through the first three quarters.
 
  South Carolina was on the doorstep of another score until Jonathan Jones intercepted Thompson in the end zone with 13:17 remaining. Two minutes later, Marshall was scoring on a 9-yard run for a 42-35 Auburn lead.
 
  It was a wild first half, with South Carolina going for it, and making it, on fourth down on a touchdown drive; with a blocking tight end catching his first pass in a year for an Auburn touchdown; and with third-string quarterback Jonathan Wallace catching a toss from Marshall then throwing back to Marshall with his first pass since last season for a 17-yard gain.
 
  Oh, yeah. There were those equally-divided 42 first-half points with Auburn averaging 8.1 yards a snap and South Carolina averaging 7.6.
 
  South Carolina led 7-0, 14-7 and 21-14. Each time, Auburn had an answer, mixing in the pass with a strong running game to match the Gamecocks every step of the way.
 
  South Carolina was first up, scoring on its first drive when Dylan Thompson threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Shaq Rolland. Auburn tied it when Marshall hit Brandon Fulse with a 3-yard TD pass, his first catch since last year late in the first quarter.
 
  Carolina went back up when Thompson hit Cooper with a 16-yard TD pass. Auburn countered with a 2-yard touchdown run by Cameron Artis-Payne. The Tigers then held Carolina, but Quan Bray fumbled after a nice punt return to set up the Gamecocks for a 27-yard touchdown pass from Thompson to Mike Davis.
 
  That made it South Carolina 21-14 with 5:05 left in the second quarter. Auburn came back with the Marshall-to-Wallace-to-Marshall trickery, then Marshall raced 37 yards up the middle for a touchdown to tie the game 21-21 with 2:35 left in the half.
 
  The teams got there in different ways. Auburn had 277 yards, 203 of which game running. South Carolina had 267 yards, 211 via the pass. “

 

 

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Nick Marshall Does It All In Auburn’s Win Over LSU

 

 

 

 

 

” He had his play from the sideline, but when Nick Marshall spotted man-to-man coverage on Sammie Coates, the Auburn quarterback changed things up.
 
  Touchdown, Auburn.
 
  The 56-yard touchdown to Coates was part of an impressive performance by Marshall, who accounted for four touchdowns in the first half to help Auburn beat LSU 41-7 Saturday night in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
 
  Nick Marshall was the Nick Marshall of old, running the zone-read, darting up the middle on draw plays, throwing long to the likes of Coates. Auburn turned its quarterback loose, and that helped Auburn sprint away to a 31-7 halftime lead.
 
” We let him throw the ball a little bit earlier in the game,” said coach Gus Malzahn. “He is an outstanding quarterback. He wins. I think everyone saw he can throw it pretty well, too.”
 
  The early passing “helped me a lot,” Marshall said. “The receivers made a lot of plays. That gave me a lot of confidence.”
 
  Marshall was 14-of-22 passing for 207 yards with that 56-yard touchdown pass to Coates and a 9-yard touchdown pass to C.J. Uzomah. He rushed for 119 yards with touchdown runs of 29 and 7 yards. Auburn’s 566 yards were a school record against LSU.
 
  Marshall inflated those numbers with his second 200-yard passing, 100-yard rushing game of his career. His 119 rushing yards gave him seven 100-yard career rushing games, the school record for a quarterback. “
                         Team Statistics (Final)
                              2014 Auburn Football
               #15 LSU vs #5 Auburn (Oct 04, 2014 at Auburn, AL)

                                     LS       AU

FIRST DOWNS...................       13       25
  Rushing.....................        6       15
  Passing.....................        3        9
  Penalty.....................        4        1
NET YARDS RUSHING.............      138      298
  Rushing Attempts............       36       49
  Average Per Rush............      3.8      6.1
  Rushing Touchdowns..........        1        3
  Yards Gained Rushing........      159      304
  Yards Lost Rushing..........       21        6
NET YARDS PASSING.............      142      268
  Completions-Attempts-Int....   8-24-0  17-25-0
  Average Per Attempt.........      5.9     10.7
  Average Per Completion......     17.8     15.8
  Passing Touchdowns..........        0        2
TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS...........      280      566
  Total offense plays.........       60       74
  Average Gain Per Play.......      4.7      7.6
Fumbles: Number-Lost..........      2-0      1-1
Penalties: Number-Yards.......     5-31     7-80
PUNTS-YARDS...................    8-338    4-151
  Average Yards Per Punt......     42.2     37.8
  Net Yards Per Punt..........     40.4     35.2
  Inside 20...................        1        2
  50+ Yards...................        0        0
  Touchbacks..................        0        0
  Fair catch..................        3        2
KICKOFFS-YARDS................    2-129    8-507
  Average Yards Per Kickoff...     64.5     63.4
  Net Yards Per Kickoff.......     38.5     42.2
  Touchbacks..................        1        5
Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD.   1-10-0   3-15-0
  Average Per Return..........     10.0      5.0
Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD   2-44-0   1-27-0
  Average Per Return..........     22.0     27.0
Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD..    0-0-0    0-0-0
Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD.    0-0-0    0-0-0
Miscellaneous Yards...........        0        0
Possession Time...............    27:29    32:31
  1st Quarter.................     7:29     7:31
  2nd Quarter.................     7:23     7:37
  3rd Quarter.................     7:05     7:55
  4th Quarter.................     5:32     9:28
Third-Down Conversions........  0 of 13  6 of 12
Fourth-Down Conversions.......   1 of 4   0 of 0
Red-Zone Scores-Chances.......      1-2      3-3
  Touchdowns..................      1-2      3-3
  Field goals.................      0-2      0-3
Sacks By: Number-Yards........      1-5      1-5
PAT Kicks.....................      1-1      5-5
Field Goals...................      0-0      2-2
Points off turnovers..........        0        0

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Six Named Heisman Trophy Finalists

 

Heisman Nominees

 

 

 

” Four quarterbacks and two running backs were named Heisman Trophy finalists on Monday.

  Quarterbacks Jordan Lynch of Northern Illinois, Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M, AJ McCarron of Alabama and Jameis Winston of Florida State were all invited to the Heisman ceremony on Saturday (8 p.m. ET, ESPN).

  Auburn’s Tre Mason and Boston College’s Andre Williams are the running backs.

  Jameis Winston leads a list of six Heisman finalists. How do they stack up against each other? Rank ‘Em! » 

  The six finalists invited to the ceremony in New York are the most since 1994. “

 

 

 

You all should know where our sympathy lies … Auburn RocksGo Tre MasonWar Eagle !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Florida State, Auburn Headed For BCS National Championship

 

 

 

 

 

” No. 3 Auburn 59, No. 5 Missouri 42 | Full Recap

Gus Malzahn and his Auburn Tigers put on an absolute show on offense, rushing for 565 yards en route to the win over Missouri. Tre Mason was the workhorse for Auburn, rushing 45 times (!) for 303 yards (!!) and four touchdowns (!!!) in the victory. One feels for Mizzou, who rolled up 42 points in an SEC Championship Game and still had no chance late, but the TIgers will be okay.”

 

Scoring Summary (Final) 
2013 SEC Championship 
#5 Missouri vs #3 Auburn (Dec 07, 2013 at Atlanta, GA)

Missouri (11-2,7-1) vs. Auburn (12-1,7-1)

Date: Dec 07, 2013 • Site: Atlanta, GA  • Stadium: Georgia Dome  •  Attendance: 75632

 

Score by Quarters  Score 
Missouri   10  17  15  42 
Auburn   14  14  17  14  59

 

SCORING SUMMARY   MU -AU  
1st  10:50  MU   Andrew Baggett 42 yd field goal 
         5 plays, 19 yards, TOP 1:08  3 – 0 
  08:22  AU   Sammie Coates 38 yd pass from Nick Marshall (Cody Parkey kick) 
         7 plays, 75 yards, TOP 2:28  3 – 7 
  05:40  MU   Green-Beckham 28 yd pass from James Franklin (Andrew Baggett kick) 
         7 plays, 75 yards, TOP 2:42  10 – 7 
  04:09  AU   Nick Marshall 9 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         5 plays, 75 yards, TOP 1:31  10 – 14 
2nd  13:11  MU   E.J. Gaines 11 yd fumble recovery (Andrew Baggett kick) 
           17 – 14 
  10:25  AU   Tre Mason 7 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         8 plays, 75 yards, TOP 2:46  17 – 21 
  07:19  MU   Andrew Baggett 36 yd field goal 
         9 plays, 58 yards, TOP 3:06  20 – 21 
  06:26  AU   Tre Mason 3 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         4 plays, 79 yards, TOP 0:47  20 – 28 
  00:18  MU   Green-Beckham 55 yd pass from James Franklin (Andrew Baggett kick) 
         6 plays, 92 yards, TOP 0:52  27 – 28 
3rd  08:17  AU   Cody Parkey 52 yd field goal 
         6 plays, 13 yards, TOP 2:05  27 – 31 
  05:35  MU   Marcus Murphy 10 yd pass from James Franklin (Andrew Baggett kick) 
         7 plays, 75 yards, TOP 2:42  34 – 31 
  03:21  AU   Corey Grant 2 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         6 plays, 75 yards, TOP 2:14  34 – 38 
  00:31  AU   Cameron Artis-Payne 15 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         5 plays, 54 yards, TOP 1:26  34 – 45 
  00:09  MU   James Franklin 5 yd run (James Franklin rush) 
         2 plays, 75 yards, TOP 0:22  42 – 45 
4th  11:09  AU   Tre Mason 1 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         8 plays, 75 yards, TOP 4:00  42 – 52 
  04:22  AU   Tre Mason 13 yd run (Cody Parkey kick) 
         1 play, 13 yards, TOP 0:05  42 – 59 

 

 

 

 

Team Statistics

Team Statistics (Final)
2013 SEC Championship
#5 Missouri vs #3 Auburn (Dec 07, 2013 at Atlanta, GA)

 Team Totals  MU  AU 
FIRST DOWNS  22  30 
   Rushing  26 
   Passing  13 
   Penalty 
NET YARDS RUSHING  231  545 
   Rushing Attempts  34  74 
   Average Per Rush  6.8  7.4 
   Rushing Touchdowns 
   Yards Gained Rushing  247  565 
   Yards Lost Rushing  16  20 
NET YARDS PASSING  303  132 
   Completions-Attempts-Int  21-37-1  9-11-0 
   Average Per Attempt  8.2  12.0 
   Average Per Completion  14.4  14.7 
   Passing Touchdowns 
TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS  534  677 
   Total offense plays  71  85 
   Average Gain Per Play  7.5  8.0 
Fumbles: Number-Lost  1-0  3-2 
Penalties: Number-Yards  7-40  10-63 
PUNTS-YARDS  5-225  3-120 
   Average Yards Per Punt  45.0  40.0 
   Net Yards Per Punt  37.8  40.0 
   Inside 20 
   50+ Yards 
   Touchbacks 
   Fair catch 
KICKOFFS-YARDS  8-500  9-585 
   Average Yards Per Kickoff  62.5  65.0 
   Net Yards Per Kickoff  40.2  41.2 
   Touchbacks 
Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD  0-0-0  2-36-0 
   Average Per Return  0.0  18.0 
Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD  1-14-0  2-28-0 
   Average Per Return  14.0  14.0 
Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD  0-0-0  1-0-0 
Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD  1-11-1  0-0-0 
Miscellaneous Yards 
Possession Time  25:40  34:20 
   1st Quarter  7:53  7:07 
   2nd Quarter  6:02  8:58 
   3rd Quarter  5:49  9:11 
   4th Quarter  5:56  9:04 
Third-Down Conversions  2 of 12  7 of 14 
Fourth-Down Conversions  1 of 3  1 of 1 
Red-Zone Scores-Chances  3-4  7-7 
   Touchdowns  2-4  7-7 
   Field goals  1-4  0-7 
Sacks By: Number-Yards  1-6  3-14 
PAT Kicks  4-4  8-8 
Field Goals  2-2  1-2 
Points off turnovers  10 

 

 

 

    Elsewhere in the college football world , Michigan State did their part to help Auburn go to the National Championship game against Florida State . Thank you Michigan .

 

 

” No. 10 Michigan State 34, No. 2 Ohio State 24 | Full Recap

Michigan State blew a 17-0 lead and trailed Ohio State 24-17 in the third quarter, but Sparty fought back to take the lead. Jeremy Langford’s 26-yard touchdown run in the final minutes sealed the upset victory for Michigan State, eliminating the Buckeyes from the BCS Championship race.”

 

” No. 1 Florida State 45, No. 20 Duke 7 | Full Recap

Duke held Florida State scoreless through the first quarter of the ACC Championship Game, but it was all Seminoles from there. Jameis Winston connected with Kelvin Benjamin on a 14-yard fade route on the Seminoles’ first possession of the second quarter, and Florida State never looked back. FSU out-gained the Blue Devils 569 to 239 to win the ACC handily and will play Auburn in the BCS National Championship.”

 

 

Next Up Florida StateWAR EAGLE !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Listen To Auburn Play-By-Play Announcer Rod Bramblett’s Call From The Iron Bowl

 

 

” In case you somehow missed it, on Saturday night Auburn upset Alabama with a last-minute touchdown by Chris Davis off of a missed field goal. Here’s how longtime Auburn play-by-play announcer Rod Bramblett called the play: “

A play and a call for the ages … what excitement … what a thrill … WAR EAGLE !!!

Roll Tears , Roll

Auburn Celebrates Win Over ‘Bama In Wild Finish

Final Score 34-28

” Auburn might not be the center of the college football world most days, but it felt like it was Saturday as the Tigers beat Alabama in one of the wildest finishes ever.

Thousands of Auburn fans stormed the field after ‘Bama missed a desperation field goal and Chris Davis returned it 100 yards for a touchdown to give No. 4 Auburn an improbable, 34-28 victory over No. 1 Alabama and seemingly end the Crimson Tide’s bid for a third-straight national championship.

So many Auburn fans raced onto the field afterward that grass was barely visible from the top of Jordan-Hare Stadium. They needled ‘Bama by singing its familiar “Rammer Jammer” cheer after the stunning end.”

War Eagle !!!

WAR EAGLE !!!

 

 

    Yes folks , YouViewed is a proud Tigers site … as you may have guessed by our periodic posts and today being Iron Bowl day we thought we would share some of the War Eagle enthusiasm with those fans that could not attend . Enjoy the photos and here’s to the Tigers rolling back the Tide .

 

Auburn Tailgate 2013

 

 In Auburn everyone is welcome . 

 

 

Tiger Walk 2013

 

The famous Tiger Walk as the team enters the stadium .

 

 

 

The Team

 

The team making their entrance through the mob of fired up fans .

 

   You can see lots more photos and see these in much higher resolution by clicking here and please be sure to support the local photographers who’s work graces our page  … Lauren Barnard and Kyle Taylor .

 

 

 

 

   Below you will find some interesting links about the Iron Bowl and the rivalry between ‘Bama and Auburn .

 

THE HISTORY OF THE IRON BOWL

Iron Bowl Preview: The Biggest Games in the History of One of the Sport’s Biggest Rivalries

Alabama, Auburn prepared for monumental Iron Bowl

Iron Bowl History Auburn Version

The History of The Iron Bowl Alabama Version

 

 

 

   Here are the final scores for every game of the series , which ‘Bama leads 39-34-1 , along with a brief history of the rivalry .

 

Date Winner Score Site
Feb. 22, 1893 Auburn 32-22 Lakeview Baseball Park, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1893 Auburn 40-16 Riverside Park, Montgomery
Nov. 29, 1894 Alabama 18-0 Riverside Park, Montgomery
Nov. 23, 1895 Auburn 48-0 Tuscaloosa
Nov. 17, 1900 Auburn 53-5 Montgomery
Nov. 15, 1901 Auburn 17-0 Tuscaloosa
Oct. 18, 1902 Auburn 23-0 West End Park, Birmingham
Oct. 23, 1903 Alabama 18-6 Highland Park, Montgomery
Nov. 12, 1904 Auburn 29-5 West End Park, Birmingham
Nov. 18, 1905 Alabama 30-0 West End Park, Birmingham
Nov. 17, 1906 Alabama 10-0 Birmingham Fair Grounds
Nov. 16, 1907 Tie 6-6 Birmingham Fair Grounds
Dec. 4, 1948 Alabama 55-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1949 Auburn 14-13 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1950 Alabama 34-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1951 Alabama 25-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1952 Alabama 21-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1953 Alabama 10-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1954 Auburn 28-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1955 Auburn 26-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1956 Auburn 34-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1957 Auburn 40-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1958 Auburn 14-8 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1959 Alabama 10-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1960 Alabama 3-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1961 Alabama 34-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1962 Alabama 38-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1963 Auburn 10-8 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1964 Alabama 21-14 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1965 Alabama 30-3 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1966 Alabama 31-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1967 Alabama 7-3 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1968 Alabama 24-16 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1969 Auburn 49-26 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1970 Auburn 33-28 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1971 Alabama 31-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1972 Auburn 17-16 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1973 Alabama 35-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1974 Alabama 17-13 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1975 Alabama 28-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1976 Alabama 38-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1977 Alabama 48-21 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1978 Alabama 34-16 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1979 Alabama 25-18 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1980 Alabama 34-18 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 28, 1981 Alabama 28-17 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1982 Auburn 23-22 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 3, 1983 Auburn 23-20 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 1, 1984 Alabama 17-15 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1985 Alabama 25-23 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 29, 1986 Auburn 21-17 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 27, 1987 Auburn 10-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 25, 1988 Auburn 15-10 Legion Field, Birmingham
Dec. 2, 1989 Auburn 30-20 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Dec. 1, 1990 Alabama 16-7 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 30, 1991 Alabama 13-6 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 26, 1992 Alabama 17-0 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 20, 1993 Auburn 22-14 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 19, 1994 Alabama 21-14 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 18, 1995 Auburn 31-27 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 23, 1996 Alabama 24-23 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 22, 1997 Auburn 18-17 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 21, 1998 Alabama 31-17 Legion Field, Birmingham
Nov. 20, 1999 Alabama 28-17 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 18, 2000 Auburn 9-0 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 19, 2001 Alabama 31-7 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 23, 2002 Auburn 17-7 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 22, 2003 Auburn 28-23 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 22, 2004 Auburn 21-13 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 20, 2005 Auburn 28-18 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 18, 2006 Auburn 22-15 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 17, 2007 Auburn 17-10 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 18, 2008 Alabama 36-0 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 27, 2009 Alabama 26-21 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn
Nov. 26, 2010 Auburn 28-27 Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa
Nov. 26, 2011 Alabama 42-14 Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn

 

 

”  The first Iron Bowl game played took place on February 22, 1893 at Lakeview Baseball Park in Birmingham . Despite many rough years to come, Auburn walked away the victor of that game beating Alabama 32-22. This is where the disagreements and hostility began. Alabama considered this game to be the last game of the 1892 season, where Auburn considered it the first game of the 1893 season.  Even then, the two teams could not reach an agreement, which leads to 1907.

  Alabama and Auburn went head to head for the last time until 1948. Shortly after the tied game of 1907, the two teams were combating off the field in negotiations over finances and setting a date. In 1908 the two teams tried to save the series. Alabama proposed a new contract for the match-up to Auburn , who accepted a compromise contract that ended up pleasing both teams. However, just like the Hatfields and McCoys, an agreement could not be made that easy. “

 

 

Enjoy the game and may the best Tigers win … WAR EAGLE !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUBURN DEFENSE THROWS JOHNNY MANZIEL FOR A LOSS

 

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” Johnny Football was poised for one of his patented dramatic finishes, putting up big numbers, coming back from a fourth-quarter injury, leading Texas A&M to the Auburn 18-yard line with less than a minute to play. 

Dee Ford would have none of another Johnny Manziel fairy tale. 

The Auburn defensive end sacked Manziel twice in the final 30 seconds, including on A&M’s last-gasp play, as the Tigers knocked off the No. 7 Aggies 45-41 in Kyle Field on Saturday. “

 

 

 

 

” Both teams gave up plenty of yards, but it was Auburn’s defense that saved the day. Manziel lost 22 yards on the Aggies’ last play. 

Auburn led  once in the first half, then again at 38-34 with 9 minutes left in the game. But Manziel got his TD run with 5:05 left, setting up some big-time offense — not by Texas A&M but by Auburn. The Tigers went 75 yards on 13 plays and took the lead with 1:19 left. 

Manziel wasn’t through, quickly moving the Aggies to the Auburn 18. No farther, though. “

 

War Eagle !!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crews Cut Down Poisoned Oaks at Auburn University

 

 

” Published on Apr 23, 2013

Auburn University’s famous oak trees at Toomer’s Corner have been cut down, bringing an end to an era and a drastic change to the landscape. (April 23)”

 

 

Auburn Fans Celebrate Toomer’s Oaks

 

 

” Auburn fans said goodbye to the two oak trees at Toomer’s Corner with one more toilet paper celebration following the spring game on Saturday.

Fans roll the poisoned oak trees at Toomer’s Corner one final time following Auburn’s spring game on Saturday.

An A-day-record crowd of 83,401 watched the Orange team defeat the Blue squad 35-14 at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Gus Malzahn’s first spring game since he was hired to coach the Tigers. Thousands of fans then made their way over to drape toilet paper over the two frail, poison-infested oaks in a tribute that was more celebratory than somber.

Longtime Alabama fan Harvey Updyke Jr. pleaded guilty on March 22 to poisoning the Toomer trees after the 2010 Iron Bowl, when Cam Newton led Auburn to the national title — and an Iron Bowl comeback from a 24-0 deficit.

The trees will be cut down Tuesday, and officials unveiled a plan on Saturday to renovate Toomer’s Corner that is expected to be completed next year.” 

 

 

 

 

 

Toomer’s Corner Oak Trees Officially Come Down On A Sad Day At Auburn (Photos)

 

” Auburn fans celebrated on Toomer’s Corner with the famed oak trees one last time this past weekend. On Tuesday morning, the trees started coming down.

AL.com, which had a live camera on the trees as they were cut down, said the first cut came at 7:22 a.m. The site said more than 100 fans gathered to watch. AL.com said all but the roots of the poisoned oaks would be removed on Tuesday.

Here are some sad images from the removal of the iconic trees: