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    Goldberg: Full Coverage of Auburn at SEC Spring Meetings

    DESTIN, Fla . -- Charles Goldberg is in Destin to cover the SEC spring meetings this week from an Auburn perspective. If you missed any of Goldberg's reports on AuburnTigers.com or on Auburn football's official Facebook page, we've archived them here. Watch for the latest:
     
    May 29: Les Miles Says Malzahn Difficult to Prepare For
    Gus Malzahn may have to dig even deeper into his bag of tricks when Auburn faces LSU in the fourth game of the 2013 season in Baton Rouge. LSU did a pretty good job slowing Malzahn in his first tour at Auburn. LSU held Malzahn, then Auburn's offensive coordinator, to a season-low...
     
    May 29: Football, Basketball Scheduling Key at SEC Meetings
    Eight-game SEC schedule. Nine-game SEC schedule. The 6-1-1. The 6-2. Football scheduling has grabbed most of the headlines at the SEC's spring meetings here this week, and Auburn is siding with keeping the eight-game league schedule and a format that will preserve the Auburn-Georgia...
     
    May 29: Malzahn, Freeze Similar in Path to SEC
    The coach who jumped from the Arkansas State head coaching job to the SEC before Auburn's Gus Malzahn? That'd be Hugh Freeze, who went from the Red Wolves to Ole Miss for the 2012 season, just like Malzahn is going to Auburn for 2013. The similarities don't stop there. Malzahn...
     
    May 29: Malzahn Searches for a QB, Keeping Auburn-Georgia
    Gus Malzahn says he wants to keep the SEC's eight-game conference schedule, likes the Auburn-Georgia rivalry and is open minded about what kind of quarterback he wants to win the starting job this fall. Nothing new on the latter. The Auburn coach has been open minded about starting...
     
    May 29: Possible Rule Change Could Slow Auburn Offense
    Arkansas coach Bret Bielema doesn't play Gus Malzahn and Auburn's fast-paced offense until the ninth game of the season, but he knows how to slow it down. Put in a rule that stops the clock to allow for defensive substitutions. Bielema, who came to Arkansas from Wisconsin, has served...
     
    May 28: SEC Schedule Change Hot Topic at Spring Meetings
    SEC commissioner Mike Slive says the league could announce its 2014 league football schedule this week or "very shortly thereafter," but what happens to conference schedules down the road is still open to discussion. Scheduling was a hot and unresolved topic when he met with football...
     
    May 28: Malzahn Thinking Offense, Even at SEC Meetings
    Auburn's Gus Malzahn is taking in his first SEC spring meetings this week, discussing such things as the possible move to a nine-game conference schedule, but even in this beach location his offense isn't far from his mind. He said Tuesday he'll be looking for his team leaders to set up a...
     
    May 28: UGA's Richt Wants to Keep Auburn Rivalry
    Auburn and Georgia have played football 116 times. The series record stands at 54-54-8. And Georgia coach Mark Richt says he doesn't want the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry to end because of a potential SEC scheduling change, something that's being kicked around at the conference...
     
    May 28: Tennessee Can Count on Two Former AU Assistants
    New Tennessee coach Butch Jones won't have to go far to get a scouting report on Auburn players for a Nov. 9 game in Neyland Stadium. He only needs to ask two of his assistants -- Tommy Thigpen and Willie Martinez -- who coached at Auburn last season. "They've brought a lot...
     
    May 28: Saban Says He Has Respect for Gus Malzahn
    Alabama coach Nick Saban says it'll be a challenge to gear up for Gus Malzahn's fast-paced Auburn's offense again this season. But that doesn't mean that task or the Auburn-Alabama rivalry requires him to dislike Malzahn, the former Tigers' offensive coordinator who has returned as...
     
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