We really should stop referring to the annual Alabama-Auburn football game as the "Iron Bowl."
'We must do better': Auburn athletics speaks out against racial injustice during weekend of protests
by: Josh Vitale/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 1 Jun
AUBURN — On Friday, Chandler Wooten tweeted that he was going to continue speaking out. "If you don't like it or you're offended/ & or uncomfortable," he wrote, "please unfollow
by: Josh Vitale, Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 28 May
AUBURN — Big Kat Bryant thought 2019 was going to be his year.
by: Josh Vitale/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 28 May
Auburn landed its potential quarterback of the future when four-star dual-threat Dematrius Davis committed May 17. On Wednesday, it landed a guy who knows how to block for him.
by: Joe Medley, Star Sports Writer, email@example.com — The Anniston Star 26 May
My hometown paper, the Louisville Courier-Journal, just polled readers on which four figures belong on Kentucky’s sports “Rushmore.” Not surprisingly, Muhammad Ali, Secretariat, Adolph Rupp and Denny Crum led voting.
by: Josh Vitale, Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 23 May
AUBURN — Cam Newton is still looking for a new home in the NFL, but his younger brother, Caylin Newton, has found his in college.
by: Josh Vitale/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 21 May
AUBURN — Legendary Auburn football coach Pat Dye recently tested positive for COVID-19 and has been hospitalized, according to an email sent to members of the Toccoa United Methodist Church
by: Josh Vitale/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 20 May
AUBURN — Redshirt freshman Auburn football player Jashawn Sheffield has been suspended indefinitely following a pair of arrests in Georgia, a team spokesman confirmed to the Montgomery Advertiser.
by: Josh VItale/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 17 May
AUBURN — For a while, it seemed as though Auburn might have gotten off to a slow start recruiting its 2021 class.
by: Josh Vitale/Montgomery Advertiser — The Anniston Star 14 May
AUBURN — Two of the most powerful figures in Auburn University's administration — president Jay Gogue and athletics director Allen Greene — released video updates last week. Their messages were