The loss to Mississippi State is disappointing but not devastating in terms of Auburn's future. Last year after a similar loss to LSU on the road, the team bounced back after a bye-week and everything fell into place for the Tigers to have an extremely rewarding season [...]
Johnson is 2-3 against Spurrier overall and will have a chance to even that mark when No. 5 Auburn (5-1, 2-1 SEC) hosts South Carolina (4-3, 2-3) Saturday (6:30 p.m., SEC Network) inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.
The College Football Playoff race is nowhere near over, and yet everyone has an opinion on how things will shake out by December. We're lucky here in the SEC because five teams are still in running (Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Mississippi State and Ole Miss) to win the SEC title and advance to the four-team playoff, so we have a better understanding of how these teams stack up in both races.
Jacksonville defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks and his teammates got to do something on Sunday they hadn't done through the first six weeks of the NFL season. They got to enjoy a victory after the Jaguars defeated the Cleveland Browns 24-6 to improve to 1-6 for the 2014 campaign.
Auburn's trip to Oxford will kick off at either 6 p.m on ESPN or 6:15 p.m. on ESPN2, depending on whether or not ESPN picks the Auburn-Ole Miss game or the Arkansas-Mississippi State game.
08/30 vs. Arkansas (W 45-21) 09/06 vs. San Jose State (W 59-13) 09/13 -- Open Date -- 09/18 @ Kansas State (W 20-14) 09/27 vs. Louisiana Tech (W 45-17) 10/04 vs. LSU (W 41-7) 10/11 @ Mississippi State (L 23-38) 10/18 -- Open Date -- 10/25 vs. South Carolina 11/01@ Ole Miss 11/08 vs. Texas A&M 11/15 @ Georgia 11/22 vs. Samford 11/29 @ Alabama