The Tigers fell victim to the upset bug in college basketball, extending their team-wide shooting slump in the first true road test.
Led by Johni Broome and Chad-Baker Mazara, the Tigers' defense had plenty of fun dominating the Hokies in front of a rabid Jungle.
The Tigers got to have a real Thanksgiving break this year. And they think they put it to good use ahead of a dangerous ACC/SEC matchup.
The first half was fantastic. The second half was frustrating. The push for a complete game continues for these Tigers.
The Tigers have been running-and-gunning through the first two weeks of the season. Here are three big reasons why they're clicking.
Some sensational first-half basketball in Brooklyn led to another double-digit win and another multi-team even title for the Tigers.
The Tigers were much deeper, older and stronger than the Fighting Irish on Thursday in Brooklyn — and they played like it in a blowout win.
After learning a lot about itself during the first week of the season, Auburn basketball is gearing up for a high-profile set of games in NYC.
It was an uneven night of basketball — but it was also a high-scoring and history-making night of basketball for the Tigers.
Bruce Pearl watched a lot of Euro ball this summer, and he emerged with an offense that could maximize both the new and old talent.
The Tigers played well for most of their opener but weren't able to finish it off. They'll have plenty to learn from the positives and negatives.
After missing most of two exhibitions with an ankle injury, the 5-star point guard is set to take the floor Tuesday night vs. No. 20 Baylor.