The Big Ten commish delivers a preemptive propaganda strike as his league moves to 9 conference games and no FCS opponents starting in 2016.
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After Russell Wilson’s big deal went down this week with the Seattle Seahawks, Cam Newton moved down a rung on the ladder of NFL quarterback salaries. Newton, who signed a five-year contract extension worth $103,800,000 in June, now ranks fourth in average annual salary at $20,760,000.
When the Carolina Panthers held their first practice of training camp on Friday in Spartanburg, S.C., quarterback Cam Newton was in a much better place than for the start of training camp one year ago. Last year, the former Auburn star still was trying to get his ankle right after surgery and an offseason full of rehab. Little did he know, his tribulations were just starting, as he had fractured ribs and a back injury ahead of him in 2014.
Undrafted rookies need to get noticed in training camp to make an NFL team. Former Auburn standout Nick Marshall did that on Friday during the Jacksonville Jaguars’ first training-camp practice.
Gus Malzahn reflects on the most haunting losses of his career, his expectations for 2015 and what to expect from the Auburn offense in the first few weeks of the season.
Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik is not looking at his new position at North Carolina as a means of getting back to leading a program
Auburn flipped the switch on its brand new, $13.9 million scoreboard Friday afternoon, signaling to the public that the finishing touches are underway on the three-month project.
Auburn is scheduled to open training camp with practices on five straight days beginning Tuesday.
Auburn is still considering what to feature on the back of what will be the biggest video scoreboard in college sports.
AL.com sat down with Malzahn this week for an exclusive 1-on-1 interview. This episode of The Prime Directive includes a snippet of that interview, along with more thoughts and reaction. Plus, it’s another edition of Ask Me (almost) Anything.