Auburn football: Spring in air; madness on way
Auburn football is the No. 1 topic in the War Eagle Wakeup every day — but we cover news, notes and analysis from across the Tigers’ sports world. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Auburn football, recruiting, basketball and more.
Another week, another depth chart
Fans can only really extract so much out of spring football.
Coaches everywhere (not just Gus Malzahn) make vague comments and talk about the hopes that their players improve. That’s what spring is for.
One thing that is somewhat revealed, however, is an early look at what could very well be Auburn’s 2018 depth chart. There have been some changes and a couple of position moves. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered. There’s more on the way, but here’s another look at who’s where for the Tigers so far.
Putting a cap on Week 1 of Auburn football spring practice with a depth chart update and 10 Tigers who have changed their stock early: https://t.co/Ik5XjW8JmH
— Justin Ferguson (@JFergusonAU) March 7, 2018
In other Auburn news:
- Auburn WR target Quinton Torbor, teammate of top RB target, says Tigers “stick out.”
- Auburn football: Inside Tashawn Manning’s move from defense to offense.
- After All-SEC snubs, Auburn ready to demand respect when “everybody’s watching.”
- Auburn OL target Calvin Anderson sets announcement date.
- ESPN’s Todd McShay doesn’t think former Auburn RB Kerryon Johnson is a starter in the NFL.
- Wide-open battle, serious competition brewing among “very talented” Auburn running backs.
- Auburn football spring practice stock report: Depth chart update after Week 1.
MORE: Want this roundup in your inbox every morning? Sign up here
The 18th-ranked Auburn women’s tennis team returns to the Yarbrough Tennis Center this weekend for its first home conference competition.
The Tigers welcome Mississippi State Thursday, then host Ole Miss and Alabama A&M in a Sunday doubleheader.
Opening weekend of SEC play was tough. Auburn traveled to Lexington, where the Tigers lost to No. 4 Vanderbilt and then put together a comeback win against Kentucky.
No. 18 Women's Tennis Set to Begin Home SEC Play
— Auburn Womens Tennis (@AuburnWTennis) March 8, 2018
Tweet of the day
The SEC Men's Basketball Tournament is about to start.
And for the first time in nine years, Auburn isn't playing on the first day.
— Justin Ferguson (@JFergusonAU) March 8, 2018
Miss a previous edition? Find every post of SEC Country’s daily War Eagle Wakeup Auburn football post right here.