Corey Lemonier might be Auburn's best pro prospect, a premier pass rusher with the ability to possibly transition to outside linebacker in some NFL team's 3-4 scheme.
Almost as soon as the ball popped out and hit the turf, Daren Bates had it in his hands, scooping it up to take the ball the other way.
The City of Vision is blessed with many very good football players, today we look at one that is usually overlooked.
Tre Mason rushed for 152 yards and Onterio McCalebb added 113 and two touchdowns to help Auburn snap a five-game losing streak with a 42-7 victory over New Mexico State on Saturday.
With that in mind, NMSU enters the stretch drive of its schedule in hopes of pushing some teams and perhaps capturing another win or two.
With advances in technology cropping up almost daily, many things have become accessible and easily shared in an instant, and creativity is no exception.
New Mexico State's defense gave up 28 points last week, and that might have been the Aggies' best performance of the season.
For starters, the respective teams: The New Mexico State Aggies of the soon-to-be defunct WAC football format, visiting the Auburn Tigers of the powerhouse SEC.
Over the last five games, the Aggies are scoring just 13.4 points per game, although the passing game is averaging more than 260 yards per game and ranked 41st in the country.
Another version of the Aggies is coming to Jordan-Hare Stadium this weekend, but this group won't be bringing the same type of explosive offensive attack that Texas A&M did last week.
Woodbridge High School offensive tackle David Patterson discussed his visit to Oregon on Sunday with eDuck.com. He posted that "To say I had a great time, would be an understatement." The senior said that he was offered as a preferred walk-on by Oregon offensive line coach Steve Greatwood in early September after taking a couple of unofficial trips ... (more)
New Mexico State held Louisiana Tech's high-powered offense in check for a half.
Bishop Sankey ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns, Travis Coons kicked a 30-yard field goal with 1:20 left and Washington took advantage of four interceptions from Oregon State's Sean Mannion in a 20-17 upset of... Bishop Sankey ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns, Travis Coons kicked a 30-yard field goal with 1:20 left and Washington took ... (more)
Quarterback Colby Cameron led a late-surging Louisiana Tech offense, throwing for 292 yards and running for a score as the No.
Ray Holley carried the ball 12 times for 128 yards and a touchdown to lead 24th-ranked Louisiana Tech to a 28-14 win over New Mexico State at Aggie Memorial Stadium.
Last week they finally got a semblance of one, in large part because of Germi Morrison.
Arbor View's football team recovered an onside kick with 3:49 to play, and Jacob Speaks scored on the next play to give the third-ranked Aggies a 35-29 road victory over No.