Carroll James Holmes


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Carroll James Holmes, better known as C.J., is a graduate of Auburn University where he played three years of college basketball under Tony Barbee and Bruce Pearl.

C.J. majored in journalism and recently completed an internship at the Opelika-Auburn News. C.J. has also written for Sports Illustrated Campus Rush and the Auburn University Plainsman.

In the summer of 2015, C.J. interned at Sporting News in Charlotte, N.C. where he gained valuable journalistic experience and exposure.

One day, C.J. hopes to work in digital media for a major sports media outlet.

Being a native of the D.C. area, C.J.'s favorite sports teams are the Wizards, Redskins, Nationals and Capitals.



Meet Bria Johnson -- she's a poet and a baller

Auburn women's basketball player Bria Johnson makes her mark by using her voice to inspire others through her spoken-word poetry. "Everyone has a voice, and everyone has a story," Johnson said.

Sporting News
How to survive as a Division I walk-on

Sometimes, the best sports stories come from the guys at the end of the bench. And at college basketball's highest level, their perspective is unlike any other. That's where former walk-on Tod Lanter sat for three years, chronicling his experience as an unrecruited and unheralded member of one of the most storied programs in NCAA history.
IMG Academy giving athletes more than training on the field

Basketball courts. Golf courses. Baseball diamonds. Football, soccer and lacrosse fields - all with perfectly trimmed grass. Elite coaching and state of the art facilities - a place unlike any other in the world. This place isn't something out of a dream.

Seven Things We've Learned About Ryan Anderson

As players take their final breaks before training camp, The Redskins Blog will take a look back at the new faces from this offseason and what we've learned about them, football and otherwise, so far.

Seven Things We've Learned About D.J. Swearinger

As players take their final breaks before training camp, The Redskins Blog will take a look back at the new faces from this offseason and what we've learned about them, football and otherwise, so far.

SEC Country

SEC Country
Auburn basketball: Predicting freshmen will send Tigers into 'national relevance'

We know Auburn freshmen Jared Harper, Mustapha Heron, Danjel Purifoy and Austin Wiley have unlimited potential. But which young player really has the highest upside? I asked that question to a few people close to the Auburn basketball program, and here's what they had to say: "I would say Austin, but he's had some injury issues and you always worry about bigs with knee issues.

SEC Country
Auburn basketball: Austin Wiley can change Tiger basketball in big way

I return from my brief hiatus grinning from ear to ear. Auburn football landed Jarrett Stidham, Rogue One is in theaters, we're a few days away from Christmas and Auburn basketball is nearing the end of its nonconference schedule sitting at 8-2 courtesy of this buzzer-beating corner three by T.J.

SEC Country
If Auburn gets Jarrett Stidham, things get interesting at quarterback

Is Jarrett Stidham a fit at Auburn? Auburn's lackluster quarterback depth reared its ugly head again in the team's 30-12 loss to Alabama in the Iron Bowl last Saturday. Would the Tigers have been more competitive with a healthy Sean White and Kamryn Pettway on the field? One can make that argument.

SEC Country
Auburn vs. Georgia: Twitter preview of Deep South's oldest rivalry

Auburn football will be looking for its eighth win of the season Saturday against the Georgia Bulldogs. To help get you ready for kickoff, here's a tweet-powered preview for the fans, by the fans. This is the Deep South's oldest rivalry. Of course Georgia fans (and its bloggers apparently) are going to feel some type of way.

SEC Country
Auburn football: Stranger things have happened, but QB situation was a head-scratcher

Stranger things have happened on the Plains, but minutes before kickoff we received especially peculiar news that John Franklin III would start in place of an "injured" Sean White. Auburn had quite a few banged-up players that were being closely monitored throughout the week heading into Saturday's game, but White wasn't one of them - at least not from what we knew.

SEC Country
Auburn football: What Twitter thinks of Saturday's game vs. Vanderbilt

What's the internet saying about Saturday's game between Auburn and Vanderbilt? Here's a tweet-powered game preview: What a fantastic series! Decided by only 1 game. Much like the series between Auburn and Vanderbilt - which Vandy leads 21-20-1. It's true. - Ascot Friday (@Ascot_Friday) November 3, 2016 Auburn CB Josh Holsey: "I'm old.

SEC Country
Auburn football shows signs of 2013 success, defense excelling

If Auburn's 56-3 victory over Arkansas was a game of Mortal Combat, it would be considered a flawless victory. I thought the Razorbacks would come into Jordan-Hare Stadium and make it a game Saturday night, but then they disrespected the midfield logo and naturally the Tigers took them to the woodshed, taking the phrase "bringing home the bacon" to an entirely new level.

SEC Country
It's time for Auburn's defense to prove its worth in big battle vs. Hogs

During Auburn's Wednesday night press conference, Kevin Steele said he doesn't have any concerns about his defense heading into the Tigers' Week 8 matchup against Arkansas. Steele's statement wasn't one of arrogance. He's confident that his 11 th- ranked defense will continue to dominate as long as it plays "the Auburn way".

SEC Country
How about better execution, less Daniel Carlson for Auburn this week vs. ULM

Homecoming weekend go smoothly for Gus Malzahn and the Tigers. Sitting thi rd in the SEC West with a 2-2 record, Auburn's postseason aspirations are still very much alive, but the team still has to clean up some little things if they want to be recognized as legitimate contenders.

SEC Country
5 Auburn observations: More Kamryn Pettway and give John Franklin his shot

Auburn's 29-16 loss to Texas A&M Saturday night was painful to watch, and I'm sure Auburn nation wants to put this one behind and focus on this week's matchup against Leonard Fournette and LSU. The truth is, there aren't a lot of positives to take away from this game, so I'll keep this as quick and painless as possible.

SEC Country
Amazing what can happen when an offense (see: Auburn) finds its rhythm

Sean White and the Tigers cruised to their first win of the year Saturday night in Jordan-Hare Stadium with a 51-14 dismantling of Arkansas State. There's a new sense of hope on the Plains, and if you listen closely, you can hear Auburn Nation soften its collective tone of angst.

SEC Country
Rupp Arena: 'Without a doubt the toughest place I've every played'

Bud Walton Arena is one of the first venues that come to mind when I think about some of the toughest places to win a basketball game. Or that swamp down in Gainesville, where back-to-back championships apparently give the student section an excuse to ignore proper stadium etiquette.

SEC Country
No moral victory for Auburn: Despite crazy QB play, it missed golden opportunity

When I made my SEC Country debut, I shared my thoughts on Auburn's lengthy quarterback battle, and even when the team announced soon after that it would be starting Sean White in the season opener against Clemson, I stood by my prediction that we would be seeing Jeremy Johnson and John Franklin III on the field this year sooner rather than later.

SEC Country
Win or lose, outcome of Clemson game sets tone for Auburn's season

Just in time for game day, Auburn answered its biggest question of the offseason last week when Gus Malzahn announced that Sean White will be reprising his role as the team's starter at quarterback. I know that going with White probably wasn't the most popular choice among fans, but personally, I think Gus made the right call.

SEC Country
Auburn's QB battle: Why naming a starter really doesn't matter

Everyone knows that when Clemson visits Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium to kick off the regular season on Sept. 3 it will have Heisman finalist Deshaun Watson lining up in the shotgun. But we still have no idea who Auburn plans to start at quarterback against the national runner-up.

Sports Illustrated

Auburn: Tigers energized by new QB, defensive coordinator and scoreboard

"Auburn Fast" didn't get it done for the Tigers 2014, so coach Gus Malzahn and defensive coordinator Will Muschamp traded in finesse for physicality this offseason. Students are back on campus, Toomer's Corner is buzzing and momentum is building on the plains as Auburn football heads into 2015 ...

Campus Rush
War Eagle! How Auburn's iconic eagles are trained for their gameday flights

The Southeastern Raptor Center in Auburn, Ala., has served as a safe haven for injured, ill and orphaned wild birds of prey since the 1970s. The center is home to one of the oldest traditions in college football-the Auburn War Eagles, which fly around Jordan-Hare Stadium before every home football...

Campus Rush
Fans, AD react to Auburn's gigantic new scoreboard at Jordan-Hare Stadium

After earning a hard-fought Week 1 win over Louisville at the Georgia Dome, Auburn returns to campus this weekend to take on Jacksonville State in its home opener. Once the fans file into Jordan-Hare Stadium, college football's biggest scoreboard will greet them for the first time. Athletic direct...

Sporting News

Sporting News
Artis-Payne, 'the other Cam' from Auburn, a natural in Panthers offense

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Former Auburn running back Cameron Artis-Payne is ready to make an impact at the NFL level. After being selected by the Panthers in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the SEC's leading rusher from a year ago is settling down in Charlotte, N.C.

Sporting News
Mitch Lightfoot, the next (crazier) Sam Dekker

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It didn't matter if he was on the court or in the bleachers. When Mitch Lightfoot was inside the Levine Center, you knew he was there. The Class of 2016 Gilbert Christian (Ariz.)

Sporting News
Kevin Pangos turns new leaf, hopes to join Canada's NBA revolution

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Andrew Wiggins, Tristan Thompson and other Canadians are leading an NBA takeover. Kevin Pangos wants in on the action. "Growing up in Canada, you play against all the different guys you see out there dominating the NBA right now," Pangos, a former Gonzaga point guard, told Sporting News.

Sporting News
Matthew Dellavedova went from 'goofy kid' to leader at Saint Mary's first

Matthew Dellavedova woke up Wednesday morning in a Cleveland hospital after a bout with dehydration following his Cavaliers' Game 3 victory in the NBA Finals. Columbia University men's basketball coach Kyle Smith woke up and cried. Smith didn't cry over Dellavedova's health; he knew the Cavs' scrappy point guard would be fine.

Sporting News
Jen Welter, Becky Hammon in the coaches' meetings, right where they belong

Times are changing, people. With an NBA Summer League championship already under her belt, Spurs assistant Becky Hammon has set the tone for female coaches looking to integrate into the men's game. Now, after breaking the NFL's gender barrier, newly anointed Cardinals intern coach Jen Welters wants next.

Sporting News
Relive basketball's best bench celebrations from the 2014-15 season

As a former walk-on at the Division I level, I know a thing or two about the importance of great bench energy. Like shooting, dribbling or passing, bringing energy from the bench is a skill. When done right, It should look something like this.

The Opelika-Auburn News
IMG football still in infancy, yet turning out success

Well, that's because the IMG Academy football program has established itself as a global football presence since the varsity football program was added in 2012. With superior training and resources, innovative football minds and a proven track record of success, Wright and the rest of his coaching staff believe that with hard work, patience and belief in their development process, they can turn just about any kid from anywhere into a playmaker.
Brazilian swimmers hope to go from Auburn to Olympic gold in Rio

Chierighini, a former Auburn swimmer, and Fratus, a Brazilian sprint freestyler have spent their summer training at the James E. Martin Aquatics Cente under Auburn head swimming coach Brett Hawke in preparation of swimming for Brazil in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janerio.
Cam Newton makes coaching appearance at IMG

BRADENTON, Fla. - Whenever a Cam Newton offense got into the end zone, the game would stop and a party would start. Back flips, choreographed dance moves and well known touchdown celebrations were on full display. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety.
Incoming freshman Jared Harper has lofty goals while at Auburn

It would be unwise to underestimate Auburn basketball freshman point guard Jared Harper. He's been defying the odds on the court his entire life despite his 5-foot-10, 160-pound frame. And now, his opportunity to play college basketball has finally arrived, and he plans on seizing every moment.
Auburn incoming freshman Mustapha Heron ready for Auburn, SEC

"The game is a lot different from high school," Heron said. "I think ill be ready for the physicality [of the SEC] because I do so much training with my lower body, but definitely the mental aspect [of the game] is something I have to focus on.
Auburn High boys track and field team given national honor

Auburn High's boys track & field team was unbeatable in 2015, going undefeated in both the indoor and outdoor seasons en route to head coach Dan Norton's seventh state championship in 23 years. And for that, the Tigers have received a national accolade. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety.
Auburn target Tre McKitty to make college decision this week

Three-star IMG Academy tight end Tre' McKitty is set to make his college decision this week at The Opening - a premier summer showcase for the country's most coveted high school football recruits held at Nike's word headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., July 5-10. McKitty, ranked as the No.
Number of offers growing for Lanett's Tre Story

After a breakout junior campaign, Lanett rising senior quarterback Tre Story has picked up six offers this summer from Alcorn State, Clark Atlanta University, Alabama A&M, Mercer, Jacksonville State and West Georgia. His list of schools now stands at eight, counting the two offers he previously received from Jackson State and Army back in February.
Auburn-Oklahoma Game 3 highest watched of 2016 Women's College World Series

This year's championship series amassed 1.34 million viewers, making it the second-most watched WCWS finals since 2009 - trailing only last year's matchup between Florida and Michigan, which was the most-watched WCWS final ever. In Game 1 (1.031 million viewers) Oklahoma's Sydney Romero's three-run homer gave the Sooners an early 3-0 lead at the bottom of the third inning.
Fans welcome home the Auburn softball team to Jane B. Moore Field

The Auburn University softball team returned home to Jane B. Moore Field on Thursday to thank the hundreds of fans in attendance - and thousands who cheered them on during the season - that came out to support them throughout their historic run to the Women's College World Series.
Opelika Chiefs headed to Atlanta for APDFL Presidents Cup

The American Conference champion Opelika Chiefs are set to play for the APDFL Presidents Cup on Saturday at Strong Rock Christian School in Atlanta. Sitting at 13-0, the Chiefs will have a shot at perfection this weekend, but they'll have to go through a talented OKC Bounty Hunters team to do it.
Malcolm Askew has big goals at Auburn; impresses at IMG 7-on-7

BRADENTON, Fla. - Four-star Auburn University football commit Malcolm Askew was responsible for one of the biggest plays of the weekend at IMG Academy's 7-on-7 National Championship. With less than five seconds remaining on the clock, future Louisville Cardinals quarterback Malik Cunningham threw a Hail Mary deep down the left sideline.
Auburn's Matt Gilchrest enjoys father as his caddie; barely misses PGA Barbasol cut

Parents are always excited to see their children reach their dreams. And this week at the Barbasol Championship at Grand National along the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Opelika, Eric Gilchrest - father of Auburn University golfer Matt Gilchrest - has been able to check one more thing off of his bucket list: caddying for his son in his first major PGA Tour event.
Fans gather at Jane B. Moore for Women's College World Series

Abbie Starr, one of the youngest fans in attendance, responded with an answer beyond her years. "This is the place where they've built their path to the championship," Starr said. "This is where they train, and this is where the magic happened." Auburn softball has certainly had its share of magical moments over the past two seasons.
The Dish: Satisfying my craving with Big Blue Crawfish

Ever since my fraternity's road trip to Mobile about a month or two ago, I've developed a severe case of OCD - obsessive crawfish disorder. We drove three hours through the night back to Auburn, and by the time I got home around 6 a.m. Thursday, I was already craving another fix.
Auburn's Shawn Johnson has high hopes for NCAA Championships

After setting a personal record of 16.36m/53-825 in the event at the NCAA East Preliminaries, Johnson will once again represent the Tigers in Eugene, Ore. on Friday. "If you jumped really good you knew you were going to go," Johnson said.
Fans amazed by Auburn softball team's comeback win

Auburn softball fans at Jane B. Moore Field stared blankly at the left field scoreboard as the Oklahoma Sooners started to pour on the points in the top of the second inning Tuesday night in the second game of the Women's College World Series.
Ralph Spry confident Auburn will return to form at NCAA Championships

"This is a big championship for us because we're kind of at a reloading stage," Spry said. "We got a good group of seniors and upper classmen on their way out the door as far as competing at Auburn. I think it's real important for these upper classmen to go out with a bang.
Valley rallies to defeat Chilton County

After trailing the entire evening, Valley created some second-half magic - rallying in the game's final seconds to stun Chilton County, 25-21, Friday night at Rams Stadium. "We went down 14-0 and we could have easily said 'It's not our day', but the kids went into the locker room, gathered around the seniors and we said that we we're going to win this game," Valley head coach Marshon Harper said.
Notasulga's Cinderella season comes to an end

After an improbable regular season and postseason run, the Notasulga Blue Devils' dream season came to an end Friday night - falling to Linden, 26-14, in the second round of the Class 1A playoffs.
Shykee Thomas, Steven Stuntz carry Springwood past Northside Methodist

Northside Methodist walked into Springwood Stadium on Friday night with a perfect 4-0 record. However, Springwood coach Thomas Hill and the Wildcats weren't impressed. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Need an account?
With win, Beauregard one game away from perfect regular season

The Beauregard Hornets moved to 8-0 on the season after dismantling Marbury, 70-30, Friday night as the team moved to within a game of a perfect regular season. Led by senior quarterback Quay Wright, the Hornets came out stinging from every angle.
Opelika dominates visiting Oxford

The Bulldogs wasted little time putting Friday night's game away. Fueled by a surgical first half passing performance by junior quarterback Jake Bentley, Opelika rolled over Oxford, 55-0, to remain undefeated on the season. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety.

The Auburn Plainsman

Around the SEC: Weekend in Review

The SEC went 3-7 against the Big 12 on Saturday, but overall it wasn't a complete disappointment. LSU pushed No. 1 Oklahoma to the brink, Florida took a big step toward a tournament bid and the Aggies took care of business against No. 14 Iowa State on their home floor.

No. 2 South Carolina dominates Auburn 74-58

The Auburn women's basketball team raced out to an early lead, but couldn't hold on as the Tigers fell to the No. 2 South Carolina Gamecocks, 74-58 on Thursday night. "We knew it would be a tough game," said Auburn coach Terri Williams-Flournoy. "South Carolina's the number two team in the country.

Around the SEC: Weekend in Review

Final: Texas A&M 79, No. 14 Kentucky 77 A&M: Jalen Jones 24 pts, 8 reb, 2 stl It's been a while since Texas A&M has been able to string together consecutive wins, and thanks to Tyler Davis' overtime heroics Saturday in College Station, the Aggies can now add a much-needed victory over No.

Around the SEC: Weekend in review

Happy Monday, basketball fans! Welcome to the Plainsman's first installment of Around the SEC, our brief weekly roundup of the most notable games, players and storylines straight from hardwood. We're going to try to have some fun with this, so without further adieu, let's get into it.

Late surge powers Auburn over Arkansas in overtime

Auburn ended a two-game skid Sunday afternoon in Auburn Arena, knocking off the Arkansas Razorbacks 71-60 in overtime to notch their 13th win of the season. However, the win wasn't pretty. "Arkansas is a great team," said Auburn head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy. "They can score.

Basketball without borders: Senegalese sophomore settling in on the Plains

Auburn athletics has consistently recruited international talent over the past two seasons from countries such as Belgium, Canada and Australia. For the women's basketball program, Khady Dieng has traveled from Sengal, West Africa, to Auburn to pursue a degree in business and help bolster the backcourt for head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy's squad.

Tigers look to keep pace in SEC with a home win over rival Alabama

After a rough outing against the Tennessee Volunteers last Sunday in Knoxville, Auburn women's basketball returns home to Auburn Arena for a Thursday night showdown with in-state rival Alabama looking to return to winning ways. Auburn, losers of two straight, currently sits at 10 th in the SEC with an 11-5 overall record.

Around the SEC: Weekend in Review

Final: Mississippi State 68, South Carolina 58 MSU: Gavin Ware 16 pts, 12 reb When these two teams met back on Jan. 26 in Columbia, Michael Carrera scored a career-high 34 points in an 84-74 win.

Sophomore sharpshooter hopes to raise the bar in 2015

When it comes to impact freshmen, Auburn enjoyed its fair share of talented recruits last season, but often overlooked were the accomplishments of Katie Frerking, the 6-foot-1, sharpshooting sophomore for the women's basketball team. The Johns Creek, Georgia native is the daughter of Bill and Susan Frerking, and attended Wesleyan High School where she stood out as a three-sport athlete, competing in basketball, softball and track.

Beauty and a Beast: Tanner's talents extend off the court

Auburn women's basketball center Tra'Cee Tanner has earned herself a reputation as one of the most tenacious, experienced centers in the Southeastern Conference over the past four years. And with graduation right around the corner, the 6-foot-3 senior is going to have some important decisions to make sooner rather than later.

OPINION: Midseason Southeastern Conference award watch

We are past the midway point in the regular season, and it has been an exciting eight weeks to say the least. For the first time, four of the top five teams in the AP Poll are from the SEC West, and the college football playoff race is heating up.

Around the SEC: Weekend in Review

Final: No. 22 Kentucky 89, South Carolina 62 UK: Tyler Ulis 27 pts, 12 ast, 2 stl And we thought Frank Martin was the hot head. After jumping out to a 5-2 lead 2:26 into the game, an over-the-back foul on South Carolina forward Mindaugas Kacinas led to a loose-lipped John Calipari - who was then promptly ejected following a heated (and borderline violent) exchange with referee Doug Sirmons.

Tigers unable to tame No. 11 Texas A&M in final home game

Many considered the Tigers (18-10, 8-7 SEC) a NCAA Tournament bubble team before tonight's game against the 11th ranked Aggies, but even with a loss, Texas A&M coach Gary Blair said he believes the Tigers are more than worthy of a trip to the big dance.

OPINION: Hardwood tales from the end of the bench

The game was Auburn vs. Jacksonville State. We were unstoppable that night in the Auburn Arena. We built a huge lead behind the strong play of Chris Denson and KT Harrell, aka The Bearded One. The outcome of the contest was all but decided, and when most people saw a blowout win, I saw an opportunity.

Artis-Payne, Gus Bus roll as Auburn defeats San Jose State 59-13

The undefeated 2004 Sugar Bowl Champions were honored before Saturday's kickoff against San Jose State, and their presence set the tone as Auburn defeated the Spartans, 59-13, improving their record to 2-0. The Tigers wasted little time putting this one away.

Around the SEC: Weekend In Review

Final: LSU 88, Mississippi State 77 LSU: Antonio Blakeney 31 its, 7 reb, 2 ast Don't look now, but the Tigers are starting to figure it out. Highly touted before the season began, LSU has had its fair share of issues, but even through the struggles this unit has improved every week as freshmen Ben Simmons and Antonio Blakeney continue to mature in Johnny Jones' system.

Outback Bowl Preview: No.19 Auburn vs. No. 18 Wisconsin

The Auburn Tigers (8-4) will take on the Wisconsin Badgers of the Big Ten (10-3) Thursday, Jan. 1 on ESPN2. Both teams are coming off tough losses, but offensive stars on both teams make this an interesting matchup to watch.

Simmons' big night propels LSU over Auburn 80-68.

Ben Simmons poured in 21 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists to lead LSU to an 80-68 win over Auburn Tuesday night in Auburn Arena. "I thought we did a great job coming in really focused, getting off to a great start, making plays and then finishing the game the way that we needed to against this Auburn basketball team," said LSU head coach Johnny Jones.

Malzahn remains focused despite Auburn's loss to the Aggies

After a nail-biting victory over Ole Miss last weekend in Oxford, No. 3 Auburn came into the afternoon as a 23.5 point favorite over an unranked and inconsistent Texas A&M team. However, Kevin Sumlin and company had other plans.

OPINION: Louis proving to be more than just a miracle

We've been hoping to see an improved Sammie Coates in 2014. Only three games into the season, Auburn seems prepared to give D'haquille Williams the key to the city. Quan Bray is developing into a deadly return man and Melvin Ray continues to find his way onto the highlight reel.


Eagle Eye TV
AU Nation - Sports Talk Show Ep. 13 - Ice in My Viens

Eagle Eye TV is Auburn's student run television station, located in the Auburn Student Center. Eagle Eye offers students hands on experience in a competitive industry. We have seven shows a week, "Eagle Eye News", "Weagle Weekly","Eagle Eye Sports Report", "In the Jungle", "The Scoop", "Auburn Feud", and "Auburn Sings".

Eagle Eye TV
AU Nation - Sports Talk Show Ep. 7 - I'm Just Here So I Won't Get Fined

The Panthers and the Broncos squared off in Super Bowl 50 and the analyst give their takes. Also on the show this week, what in the world is going on with Auburn Mens basketball?!?, would you let your kids play football?, and we play Fill in the Blank - Super Bowl 50 Edition!

Fans, AD react to Auburn's gigantic new scoreboard at Jordan-Hare Stadium

After earning a hard-fought Week 1 win over Louisville at the Georgia Dome, Auburn returns to campus this weekend to take on Jacksonville State in its home opener. Once the fans file into Jordan-Hare Stadium, college football's biggest scoreboard will greet them for the first time. Athletic direct...


Bullets Forever
Preview: Wizards face Seth Curry and the Pelicans in second round

Where and when: The Washington Wizards take on the New Orleans Pelicans in the second round of the Las Vegas Summer League Tournament Thursday, July 16, at 8 p.m ET in Cox Pavilion. TV: You can stream the game with NBA Summer League Live, which costs $5.

Bullets Forever
Wizards beat Mavs for first Summer League victory

Hallelujah. For the first time in summer league play, the Wizards were able to put it all together. Their sustained intensity was rewarded in a 85-79 victory over the Dallas Mavericks in Vegas Tuesday afternoon in a game where they led by as many as 17 points.

Bullets Forever
Preview: Wizards take on Crawford and the Mavs

Where and when: The Washington Wizards take on the Dallas Mavericks in Summer League action at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday, July 14, at 3:30 p.m ET. TV: The game will be available on CSN Washington. You can also stream the game with NBA Summer League Live, which costs $5.

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