AUBURN, Ala. -- Auburn baseball hasn't played a game yet, but the players are already bringing up Omaha. That's the goal. Make it to the College World Series. Last year, the Tigers were one strike away from taking down Florida State and advancing to the Super Regionals. That Florida State team went on to play in the College World Series while Auburn was left thinking about next year, eager for the chance to get back.
No letdown: No. 10 Auburn goes for three straight at South CarolinaAUBURN, Ala. – It’s one thing to get up for a team like Kentucky. But now, coming off a signature win at home against the Wildcats, No. 10 Auburn (23-3, 11-2) must get up for a South Carolina team that has lost six straight games and fallen to the bottom of the SEC standings. Getting up for games hasn’t been a problem for the Tigers this season, though. It doesn’t matter who the opponent is. It doesn’t matter what the venue is.
AUBURN, Ala. – There was no storming the court after Wednesday’s victory over Kentucky. There was no grandiose speech from head coach Bruce Pearl in the locker room after the game. It was business as usual because No. 10 Auburn was the better team. If anything, the Tigers didn’t even play their best. “We didn’t play great did we?,” Pearl asked his players during his post-game speech. “But we played pretty hard, and we played tough enough.”That’s been this team’s M.O. all season. They play hard.
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