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2017 IRON BOWL: Auburn outplays Alabama in nearly every aspect in 12-point win

Kerryon Johnson was a key against the Alabama defense before leaving the game with an injury. (Photo courtesy Unv Alabama Athletic Dept.)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(November 26, 2017)

AUBURN - It wasn’t an Iron Bowl for the ages, as so many are billed, but Auburn’s 26-14 win over Alabama at Jordan-Hare Stadium capped a remarkable turnaround for the Tigers as they defeated two No. 1 teams in a three-win span to earn a trip to the Southeastern Conference Championship Game and keep alive their national championship hopes.

IRON BOWL 2017: Panel gives slight edge to Crimson Tide

Staff Report
(November 24, 2017)

The 82nd version of the Iron Bowl has been billed as potentially, the biggest ever.

But let’s wait on the outcome to see if it can match the "Pick 6" of 2013.

Kentucky the choice again in SEC Men’s basketball; Tide picked 4th, Auburn 9th

Combined Reports
(October 18, 2017)

Kentucky has been picked to win the 2017 Southeastern Conference men’s basketball championship in voting by a select panel of both SEC and national media members.

SEC set TV times for Oct. 14

Combined Reports
(October 8, 2017)

All starting times and TV channels for SEC games have been set for next Saturday.

Alabama’s SEC contest with Arkansas on Oct. 14 is set for a 6:15 p.m. kickoff on ESPN the conference office announced on Sunday morning.

Auburn’s trip to LSU will be televised by CBS at 2:30 p.m. CDT.

TIDE NEWS: Hamilton named SEC Defensive Player of Week; Bama, Miami to meet in 2021

Former G.W. Carver star Shaun Dion Hamilton was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week after leading the Crimson Tide in tackles against FSU. (Photo courtesy Unv Alabama Media Relations)

Combined Reports
(September 5, 2017)

Alabama senior linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday. The conference award is the first of Hamilton’s career

Game times, TV channels set for first 3 weeks in SEC

Staff Report
(July 25, 2017)

The SEC Office on Tuesday announced the start times for games involving the SEC Network during the first three weeks of the 2017 season.

COLUMN: Freeze not alone in the blame for Ole Miss troubles

Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was released from his duties last week, leaving plenty of unanswered questions behind. (Photo contributed)

By Graham Dunn
RRS Editor
(July 24, 2017)

When calamities take place, such as the one we are witnessing in Oxford these days, I can’t help but refer to the master of the macabre, William Shakespeare…

This life, which had been the tomb of his virtue and of his honour, is but a walking shadow; a poor player, that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more: it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

Carlson right at home as Auburn’s returning kicker

Auburn’s Daniel Carlson became just the seventh kicker/punter to attend SEC Media Days earlier this month.(Staff Photo)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(July 24, 2017)
Daniel Carlson looked a little out of place. And he knew it.

The Auburn placekicker is accustomed to being the focus of attention but this was different. At the recent Southeastern Conference Media Days, there are wide receivers, quarterbacks, linebackers and linemen, but rarely kickers.

SEC MEDIA DAYS 2017: Alabama overwhelming favorite

Jalen Hurts was selected first team all-SEC by the media this week. (Photo courtesy Unv Alabama Media Relations)

Staff Report
(July 14, 2017)

The annual prediction by the members of SEC Media Days and to no surprise, Alabama is expected to win the 2017 SEC Championship.

The Crimson Tide received 217 votes for champion while Auburn was picked by 11 members of the media to win the title.

SEC MEDIA DAYS 2017: Freeze states that integrity, character still exist at Ole Miss

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze spent the majority of his time defending his program at SEC Media Days. (Staff Photo)

By Graham Dunn
RRS Editor
(July 14, 2017)

HOOVER – It took nearly 3,000 words and more than 15 minutes but Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze did what he could to get his point across.

Just two days removed from more controversy surrounding a program already strife with trouble due to a five-year-old NCAA investigation, Freeze all but proclaimed that Ole Miss football was in good hands.

His opening statement at SEC Media Days on Thursday was the longest of any of the 14 coaches but it had more purpose than any other.

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Tuesday
MBB - Auburn at Murray St, 7 p.m.
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