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It is nearly time for the weekend. But before then and the return of Auburn football to the Plains, we have to make it through Friday.
There is no better way to start your Friday morning than with the latest edition of the Auburn Morning Rush.
This edition starts with interim head coach [autotag]Cadillac Williams[/autotag] appearing on Tiger Talk and talking about how he expects to have plenty of former teammates in attendance for the game against Texas A&M.
Williams also had the chance to let veterans [autotag]Derick Hall[/autotag], [autotag]Eku Leota[/autotag], [autotag]Owen Pappoe[/autotag], [autotag]Nehemiah Pritchett[/autotag], and [autotag]DJ James[/autotag] know that they had been invited to the Reese’s Senior Bowl and did so in memorable fashion.
Finally, Auburn’s equestrian team will host the Texas A&M Aggies Friday in a top 5 matchup.
Read more about these stories below in the Auburn Morning Rush.
Today’s edition discusses the recent headlines surrounding women’s sports, NIL, and new athletic director John Cohen taking in his first event in his new role.
Good morning Tiger fans, it is time for the latest edition of the Auburn Morning Rush.
The headlines surrounding Auburn’s coaching search have consumed the news cycle in recent days, but there is still plenty of other news to go around, so let’s dive in.
Newly hired athletic director John Cohen checked an item off of his list on Wednesday, as he made his first appearance at an Auburn athletic event.
In NIL news, Auburn gymnast Suni Lee has partnered with a protein bar company in an effort to raise awareness of female sports across the country.
In women’s sports news, Auburn Women’s Basketball welcomes Tuskegee to town for an exhibition on Thursday, while Equestrian earns honors from two different organizations.
Here are the latest headlines surrounding Auburn athletics with the Thursday edition of the Auburn Morning Rush.
Auburn fans rolled Toomer’s Corner on Sunday to celebrate an SEC equestrian title, not that rival Alabama lost in the NCAA Tournament.
This is so stupid.
On Sunday night, a former AL.com reporter tweeted a picture of the trees at Toomer’s Corner being rolled, stating that it was due to Alabama’s overtime loss to UCLA in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament.
Nope. Not even close to being true. The rolling on Sunday was due to the SEC title won by top-ranked Auburn equestrian, the program’s third-straight conference title, after they defeated No. 2 Georgia 15-5.
This is the type of misinformation that, oh, I don’t know, would lead to some fanatical Tide fan poisoning the trees.
What’s going to be the reason Auburn fans are rolling the trees in a few weeks when the equestrian team brings home its third-straight national title? We can’t wait to find out.