USC might be on the West Coast, but its style has held up well, both in the trenches and on the scoreboard, against the SEC.
While the SEC has hit some rough patches in the BCS waters, the conference's ride through the BCS decade has been surprisingly smooth.
Auburn offensive coordinator Al Borges resigned after four seasons and will not coach in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Clemson.
Cadillac Williams, a record-setting running back from Auburn, confirmed to ESPN.com Saturday night that he has accepted an invitation to play in the prestigious Senior Bowl on Jan. 29 in Mobile, Ala.
Jason Campbell, Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown give Auburn offensive coordinator a mulittude of options.
A 12-0 record and the SEC title would be enough to make Auburn a front-runner for the national title in most years.
The biggest distraction for Auburn and Virginia Tech at the Sugar Bowl is the New Orleans nightlife.
After being snubbed from the Orange Bowl, the Tigers will look to make a statement against the talented Hokies.
Auburn will face a difficult test from its bitter rival, but the Tigers will escape Tuscaloosa with their title hopes alive.
We can talk all night, but that ain't getting us nowhere. So, let's break down why USC, OU and Auburn deserve to be in -- or out -- of the Orange Bowl.
Flashing championship credentials, Auburn took a major step toward forcing its way into the national title game
Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown scored in the last four minutes and each finished with two rushing touchdowns, leading Auburn to a 28-14 victory over Wisconsin on Wednesday in the Music City Bowl.