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Auburn AD Jay Jacobs says playoffs take place ‘every Saturday in the SEC’

Jacobs said. ‘We just hope that come December we’re in the mix (in the College Football Playoff)’

Auburn receiver Jaylon Denson still not 100 percent, but knee improving

The Auburn receiver, who tore a patellar tendon on Sept. 21, 2013, has played sparingly and has yet to catch a pass for the Tigers this season.

Carl Lawson’s knee not healthy enough yet to ‘talk about coming back’

The week-by-week monitoring of Lawson’s surgically-repaired knee continues as the Tigers enter the second half of their season.

Thoughts on Arky

Kinda reminding me of Vandy a few years back before they peaked.Losing every SEC game right now, but none by huge amounts;Auburn 2 score lossTexas A&M OT lossAlabama 1 point lossGeorgia 2 score lossGranted they’re still looking at a 4 or 5 win season …
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Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson compares Gus Malzahn, Steve Spurrier as innovators

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.

Quan Bray trying to make most of increased chances in Auburn’s offense

Bray has eight catches for 137 yards in the past three weeks, third on the team behind D’haquille Williams (10 catches) and Sammie Coates (9 catches).

Auburn beat writers weigh in on the SEC, playoff race

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.

Auburn’s trip to Ole Miss will kick off under the lights

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.

A look at where Auburn ranks in the old BCS computer ratings

where would Auburn (5-1, 2-1 SEC) stack up in the BCS ratings if it was still around?

Auburn-Ole Miss will be under the lights in Oxford

Kickoff between the two teams currently ranked in the Top 5 will be either 6 or 6:15 on Nov. 1 in a big SEC showdown.