AUBURN — With spring practice complete, the Auburn coaching staff feels as though the team met its objectives to improve execution, increase physicality and build trust between players and coaches over the last six weeks.“Big-picture that we set at (the beginning of) spring,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said, “I really think we accomplished that with our attitude, our effort, our body language and just the standard, getting the standard all the same.”Other than the first practice back from spring break there were no days Malzahn and his staff said they were disappointed with effort.Still, there is a lot of room for improvement, on offense and defense.“I’m really pretty pleased with where we are at this point,” defensive coordinator Will Muschamp said. “We still have a long ways to go, but as far as the attitude and the buy-in and the guys working extremely hard, we’ve got a good core of guys working extremely hard. … “I feel like we’ve made some strides from an effort and finishing standpoint, but I think we’ve practiced the right way, and I think that’s a huge part of it. We’ve had very physical practices. And I think our players have learned to practice the right way.” Muschamp identified 16 players – eight D-linemen, four linebackers and four defensive backs – who separated themselves from the pack heading into the offseason and hopes there will be a few more by the fall when the incoming freshmen join the fray. Offensively, the Tigers closed spring on a good note with Jeremy Johnson being named the starter after he led four scoring drive on A-Day. With the starting five on the offensive line more or less set and D’haquille Williams as the clear top receiver, with Ricardo Louis and Marcus Davis likely starters as well, the only true unknown for the Auburn offense is who will end up winning the running back competition, which is expected to last into the season. “ Really our whole group as a whole, thought we had a good spring, thought it was a very positive, thought we got out of it what we needed,” offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee said. “Think we’re on the right track but we’re a long, long way to go because you look at it losing eight guys that were starters, we got a lot of talent but there’s just not a lot of experience.“Until we get in that Georgia Dome the first game we’re not going to really know how some guys are going to respond.”
Errol RobinsonOXFORD – The hit was big. The celebration may have been bigger. Tied 3-3 with in-state rival Mississippi State (24-25, 8-17 SEC) in the bottom of the eighth inning, Errol Robinson stepped to the plate with a runner on second and two outs. Ole Miss’ second baseman lifted an RBI double to the left-field corner to plate the winning run in the Rebels’ 4-3 victory at Swayze Field on Thursday night, pounding his chest and pumping his fists in the air while standing safely on second. “Lot of adrenaline going through my body there,” Robinson said. “Very excited, I was very excited. This was a big win for us.”Added Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco: “That was big. He was big for us tonight.”It was the sophomore’s second two-out RBI double of the contest. Robinson gave the Rebels (26-24, 12-13) a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning, sending a 3-1 fastball to deep center field to ignite a two-out rally. Freshman Nic Perkins followed with an RBI single to left to up Ole Miss’ lead to 3-0. Perkins went 2-for-3, recording his third straight multi-hit game. Thursday marked just his second career start and his first at Swayze Field. “I’m just putting the barrel on the ball, trying to make something happen,” Perkins said. “It was big to bring the momentum to our side.” Mississippi State would fight back, tying the ballgame in the sixth inning. Gavin Collins blasted a two-out, two-RBI double off the left-field wall and Wes Rae rolled an RBI single down the third-base line to even the score. Only two of those runs were charged to Ole Miss starter Christian Trent, though, as an error on third baseman Colby Bortles started the inning. Other than the sixth, Trent was solid on the mound. He logged his third straight eight-inning outing, giving up seven hits, striking out six and walking none.“It was a good night all around for us – our offense was good,” Trent said. “It was good to come out strong against our rivals. I feel like I had a good mix of all three (of my pitches). I felt good.”It was a big win for Ole Miss’ NCAA Tournament hopes. It brings the Rebels two games above .500, as teams must be above that mark to be eligible. “It’s really important to finish strong,” Trent said. “It’s crucial we finish out strong.”
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Ole Miss quarterback Ryan Buchanan is one of three players vying for the starting position. Coach Hugh Freeze, who still has not named a starter, said the leading candidate has handled the pressure from blitzes the best so far in camp.OXFORD – Before Tuesday, Hugh Freeze stuck to the same script.When fielding countless questions regarding Ole Miss’ ongoing quarterback competition, the Rebels’ headman rolled out the same answer like clockwork: All three — Ryan Buchanan, Chad Kelly and DeVante Kincade — have their days where they look the best.At the conclusion of preseason practice No. 12, the answer changed.“I kind of have in my mind who’s the leader right now,” Freeze said.The next step in unraveling Ole Miss’ quarterback battle will be getting Freeze to name who that emerging player is, as he wasn’t ready to divulge that information Tuesday.But the big reveal may be coming sooner than previously expected.At SEC Media Days and several times during spring camp, Freeze said he expected to take the competition into the first two weeks of the season, using the openers against Tennessee-Martin and Fresno State to gauge who he should turn the keys over to for Week 3’s trip to Alabama.That plan could be changing. For the first time Freeze entertained the idea of naming a starter before the first game of the season on Sept. 5.“I don’t know. Right now I would say at earliest (I would name the starter) would be game week,” Freeze said.After spring practice, Freeze said Buchanan had a “slight edge” in the battle to be named the starter. The sophomore isn’t known for his athleticism, but impressed with his knowledge of the system and relatively mistake-free play.Referring to the newfound frontrunner on Tuesday only as “he,” Freeze said “he” has separated himself from the others with how he’s handled blitzes during fall camp.“Over the course of 12 practices, he’s handled blitzes much better. That may be the ultimate (factor),” Freeze said. “That’s one of the top things you have to look at in a quarterback is how does he handle that?“Is that a time that the ball comes out carelessly or a time that you’re setting the protections right and getting yourself protected to throw, standing in there taking a hit, taking care of the ball obviously and being efficient in moving the chains. Twelve practices I think I know who’s done that better. I watch closely on the field.”Coaches have been charting every throw the quarterbacks make this summer.Freeze said he had Tuesday’s practice “circled” since the start of camp, as the Rebels put an emphasis on being very physical during live team work.“We got a lot of great work in. We’ll see if what I’m feeling inside continues over the course of camp leading up to Game 1 to be verified or invalidated by practices,” Freeze said. “Today … wasn’t quite enough validation for me to say I’m all the way there yet.”Contact Riley Blevins at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @Riley_Blevins on Twitter.
South Carolina’s Pharoh Cooper earns First Team Coaches Preseason All-SEC at three positions.COLUMBIA – South Carolina junior wide receiver Pharoh Cooper earned three sports on the Coaches All-Southeastern Conference Preseason football team.The 5-11, 207-pound Havelock, North Carolina, native was named first team receiver, all-purpose back and return specialist.Cooper earned first team All-SEC as a receiver and second team as an all-purpose back following last season when he caught 69 passes for 1,136 yards and nine touchdowns.He was third in the league in receptions, second in receiving yards and receiving yards per game (87.4). Cooper was fourth in receptions per game (5.3) and ninth in all-purpose yards per game (108.5).Cooper has previously been named to the 2015 watch lists for the Biletnikoff, Maxwell and Hornung awards. Earlier this summer, Cooper was selected as a first-team preseason All-SEC all-purpose back and was a second-team selection as both a wide receiver and return specialist by the media at SEC Media Days.Senior offensive tackle Brandon Shell and junior placekicker Elliott Fry were named to the All-SEC third team by the league’s 14 coaches.Shell, a 6-6, 328-pounder from Goose Creek, is the most experienced offensive lineman on the squad, with 36 starts over the past three seasons. A two-time member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll, Shell was also a preseason third-team All-SEC pick by the media.Last season Fry, a Groza Award semifinalist, connected on 18-of-25 field goals, ranked third in the SEC with 105 points, the third-highest single-season mark in school history, and was fifth in in the SEC in points per game at 8.1. The 6-0, 164-pound junior from Frisco, Texas, has hit on 33-of-43 career field goal attempts and on 105-of-106 extra points, including his last 99 in a row, a school record. Fry is on the 2015 Groza preseason watch list, was nominated for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team and was a second-team preseason All-SEC selection by the media. He was also a member of the 2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.First Team Preseason All-SECOFFENSETE – Evan Engram, Ole MissOL – Laremy Tunsil, Ole MissVadal Alexander, LSUCam Robinson, AlabamaJohn Theus, GeorgiaC – Mike Matthews, Texas A&MWR – Pharoh Cooper, South CarolinaLaquon Treadwell, Ole MissQB – Dak Prescott, Mississippi StateRB – Nick Chubb, GeorgiaLeonard Fournette, LSUAP – Pharoh Cooper, South CarolinaDEFENSEDL – Myles Garrett, Texas A&MRobert Nkemdiche, Ole MissA’Shawn Robinson, AlabamaChris Jones, Mississippi StateLB – Reggie Ragland, AlabamaCurt Maggitt, TennesseeJordan Jenkins, GeorgiaDB – Vernon Hargreaves, FloridaCyrus Jones, AlabamaJalen Mills, LSUJonathan Jones, AuburnSPECIAL TEAMSPK – Marshall Morgan, GeorgiaP – JK Scott, AlabamaRS – Pharoh Cooper, South CarolinaSecond Team Preseason All-SECOFFENSETE – Hunter Henry, ArkansasOL – Dan Skipper, ArkansasGreg Pyke, GeorgiaGermain Ifedi, Texas A&MDenver Kirkland, ArkansasC – Ryan Kelly, AlabamaWR – D’haquille Williams, AuburnMalcolm Mitchell, GeorgiaQB – Maty Mauk, MissouriRB – Derrick Henry, AlabamaAlex Collins, ArkansasAP – Leonard Fournette, LSUDEFENSEDL – Jonathan Bullard, FloridaDerek Barnett, TennesseeJonathan Allen, AlabamaMontravius Adams, AuburnLB – Antonio Morrison, FloridaKentrell Brothers, MissouriKendell Beckwith, LSUDB – Will Redmond, Mississippi StateTre’Davious White, LSUCameron Sutton, TennesseeTony Conner, Ole MissSPECIAL TEAMSPK – Austin MacGinnis, KentuckyP – Jamie Keehn, LSURS – Leonard Fournette, LSU *Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia *Third Team Preseason All-SECOFFENSETE – O.J. Howard, AlabamaOL – Alex Kozan, AuburnSebastian Tretola, ArkansasDevonte Danzey, AuburnJordan Swindle, Kentucky *Brandon Shell, South Carolina *C – Evan Boehm, MissouriWR – Demarcus Robinson, Florida *Travin Dural, LSU *Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M *QB – Jeremy Johnson, Auburn *Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee *RB – Jonathan Williams, ArkansasRussell Hansbrough, MissouriKelvin Taylor, FloridaAP – Speedy Noil, Texas A&MDEFENSEDL – Carl Lawson, AuburnDavon Godchaux, LSUCaleb Azubike, VanderbiltRyan Brown, Mississippi StateLB – Leonard Floyd, GeorgiaCassanova McKinzy, AuburnLorenzo Carter, GeorgiaDB – A.J. Stamps, KentuckyRohan Gaines, ArkansasTrae Elston, Ole MissJohnathan Ford, AuburnEddie Jackson, AlabamaSPECIAL TEAMSPK – Elliott Fry, South CarolinaP – Drew Kaser, Texas A&MRS – Darrius Sims, VanderbiltSpeedy Noil, Texas A&M
Auburn football will host Alabama State on Nov. 17, 2018.AUBURN — Auburn has announced it will host Alabama State in its 2018 football schedule.The announcement, which came from both schools Saturday morning, completes Auburn’s commitment to play every in-state Football Championship Subdivision school in a six-year period (2012-2018).Auburn is playing Jacksonville State this season and Alabama A&M in 2016. The Tigers played Samford last season and Alabama A&M in 2012.The game against Alabama State will be played on Nov. 17, 2018 and will the first ever matchup between the two schools. It is the first game released to public for Auburn’s 2018 schedule.An Auburn spokesperson confirmed to The Montgomery Advertiser that Alabama State will receive a payout of $515,000 to play the game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in 2018.Alabama State hasn’t played a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent or an opponent from the Southeastern Conference since Nov. 2, 2013 when they traveled to Kentucky for a 48-14 loss.“We are pleased to announce our future football matchup with Auburn,” ASU interim athletic director Melvin Hines said in a school release. “The Alabama State football brand continues to grow and expand where we are able to schedule games of this magnitude. We look forward to the contest in 2018.”
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema leaves the field after an NCAA college football game against Toledo in Little Rock, Ark., Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015. Toledo defeated Arkansas 16-12. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston) Auburn wide receiver Ricardo Louis (5) dives forward as Jacksonville State safety Santavious Oden (26) tackles him during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, in at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. (Albert Cesare/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP) NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs (11) leaves the field after a 31-24 loss to Oklahoma in double overtime of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015 in Knoxville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)Three Southeastern Conference teams fall out of the AP Top 25 and Auburn drops 12 spots after the league that set a record for most teams in the college football rankings last week had a rough weekend.Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi State all drop out after losses Saturday. The Tigers needed overtime to beat Jacksonville State of the FCS and slip from No. 6 to No. 18.The SEC was down to seven ranked teams, still the most of any conference.Ohio State remains No. 1, but the Buckeyes are no longer unanimous. No. 4 Michigan State receives two first-place votes after beating Oregon 31-28. Alabama remains No. 2. TCU is 3.No. 19 BYU jumps into the rankings after beating Boise State and knocking out the Broncos.___AP college football website: collegefootball.ap.org BYU wide receiver Mitchell Juergens (87) celebrates after catching the go ahead touchdown as Boise State’s Dylan Sumner-Gardner (29) looks on in the second half during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015, in Provo, Utah. BYU won 35-24. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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NATCHITOCHES — Northwestern State University president Jim Henderson, a staunch supporter of athletics, can usually be heard from anywhere in NSU’s venues voicing his delight for the Demons or his opinions on officiating.For NSU men’s basketball’s Dec. 17 tilt with ULM in the Shreveport-Bossier Holiday Classic in Bossier City’s CenturyLink Center, the outgoing NSU president will be much closer to the action.Henderson will be an honorary coach, invited to sit on the bench with NSU coach Mike McConathy and the Demons for the 4:30 game.Tickets can be purchased through NSU until Monday. Fans can sit courtside for $50, in the reserved section for $25 or in general admission for $15. One ticket admits a fan for all three games of the basketball classic, which begins with Centenary-Millsaps at 2 p.m. and ends with Grambling-Louisiana Tech at 7 p.m.Tickets can be purchased at nsutickets.com or by calling the NSU ticket office at 318-357-4268. All tickets bought through NSU will directly benefit Demon athletics.“Dr. Henderson has been such a great supporter of the men’s basketball program and all of NSU athletics,” McConathy said. “The passion he displays at our games comes from his heart, and it sets a great tone for everybody in our fan base.“What he’s done for our university is just remarkable so making him honorary coach seems a perfect way for our program, on behalf of everybody in the NSU family, to show our admiration and appreciation. I might even pick up some tips about how to work the officials.”Henderson was selected to be the University of Louisiana System President in early October, and he will officially begin that post Jan. 1.In his two years as president of his alma mater, Henderson has injected energy into the Natchitoches campus.NSU’s fall enrollment of 9,819 is its highest since 2005. Enrollment increase has been a key part of Henderson’s strategy as NSU strives to become “the nation’s premiere regional institution of higher education.”Among the many milestones reached in Henderson’s tenure include a cooperative endeavor agreement with the Louisiana Department of Economic Development to develop a trained workforce for CSC, a global leader of next-generation technology services located in Bossier City.Henderson has deep ties to the Shreveport-Bossier area. His late father Clem was a revered high school coach and principal at Fair Park, winning a state basketball championship in 1964.As Bossier Parish Community College’s chancellor from 2009-14, Dr. Henderson oversaw an enrollment increase of more than 84 percent while annual certificate and degree completions increase by 90 percent.Henderson’s middle child Nicholas helped Shreveport’s Loyola Prep to one of its best football seasons in recent history this fall as the Flyers went 9-2 and were the No. 2 seed in Division II.— Matt Vines, Northwestern State Sports InformationTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo