They go by many names: the Tigers, the plainsmen, and the War Eagles, among others. Auburn University has one of the longest and most storied college football programs in the history of the sport. One of the many things that sets it apart is its abundance of nicknames. Auburn only has one official nickname, the Tigers. The team has gone by the Tigers since their very first game, against Georgia in
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I started hanging out at the radio station when I was 7. I annoyed them enough that they let me on air full-time when I was 13 doing the 7pm show. I met my husband in college at the campus radio station.
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