The Opelika-Auburn News' Jordan Hill and Justin Lee discuss Auburn's 24-22 quadruple-overtime loss to No. 3 Alabama in the Iron Bowl on Saturday.
If Auburn is going to have bragging rights come the final whistle Saturday, the Tigers will have to take care of an Alabama squad that seems to be clicking at the right time.
The Opelika-Auburn News’ Jordan Hill and Justin Lee make their predictions for the Iron Bowl and chat with Nick Kelly of the Tuscaloosa News.
"It's something that you sit there and you think how cool that is to have a chance for those guys to go out there and play in a rivalry game like this."
‘It’s the way things go almost everywhere — and I know it stings Auburn fans, because there’s only two places where that isn’t the way things go, and those places are Tuscaloosa and Athens.’
“We got a score late. Would have liked to have gotten one more, but there's no quit, and there's no quit in our quarterback either.”
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox and Auburn Mayor Ron Anders are at it again, with their annual Iron Bowl wager to benefit local charities.
Sixty minutes can make a legend in the Iron Bowl.
Auburn was undeniable, unstoppable and unbeatable and, after Reggie Slack threw it all over the field, after Stacy Danley powered on the Aubur…
This year’s Iron Bowl will kick off at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 30 in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
As long as the university shall stand, there are at least two things about Auburn people that’ll always be true.
The two biggest question marks for Auburn on the injury front both dressed for Saturday's Iron Bowl against No. 1 Alabama.
The biggest Iron Bowl since 2013 has finally arrived, with No. 6 Auburn and No. 1 Alabama facing off with the SEC West title, a trip to the co…
College GameDay is coming to the Plains.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn and a few players previewed Saturday's winner-take-all Iron Bowl on Tuesday.
For fans who don’t have tickets for the Iron Bowl, but would like to enjoy the tailgating and campus atmosphere, the Auburn Athletics Departme…
The Jule Collins Smith Museum is inviting members of the community aged 21 and older to experience sculpture in a new way.