Spanning the globe on a Monday morning …
Auburn receiver D’haquille Williams sustained a serious injury Saturday against Texas A&M. It has left his future uncertain. Williams got an encouraging word from Laquon Treadwell after the injury.
The Auburn defense bears the brunt of responsibility for the loss to Texas A&M, says the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
More on the Auburn-Texas A&M game:
For the Aggies, it was a win to be celebrated. Check out how D line coach Terry Price, who coached previously with Tommy Tuberville and Houston Nutt at Ole Miss, did just that. …
Nola.com columnist Ron Higgins comments on what he perceives as one of Auburn’s primary attributes this season.
That, of course, didn’t hold true Saturday. Auburn, the benefactor of two goalline fumbles by Ole Miss, one as broken-leg and dislocated ankle pain was shooting through Laquon Treadwell, fumbled on its last two possessions, one of those at the goalline, in a 41-38 loss to Texas A&M.
It was a wild finish that prompted this political statement from former Ole Miss baseball player Tanner Mathis:
#AuburnHeadlines Twelfth man > Twelve men
The Square erupted with cheers as if Ole Miss just won. Here's to a nice, calm night in Oxford.
The LSU passing game is in its worst funk of the Les Miles Era. …
Soon, we’ll all know:
I've waited my whole life for this moment pic.twitter.com/AKd8WzE03G
From Birmingham, a second-by-second account of the drive that AL.com says saved Alabama’s season. …