With only a few more weeks of summer, here are a few Auburn reads to check out while at the lake, pool, or beach! Unlike most Bammers, Auburn fans know how to read. What better way to prepare for football season than with a good Auburn book?!
Hidden History of Auburn
A history of the city of Auburn and traditions of the University written by an Auburn Alumni!
100 Things Auburn Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die
If you aren't as knowledgable as WarBlogle on 'All Things Auburn,' brush up on your Auburn trivia by reading about events, facts, nicknames, and achievements of some of Auburn's finest.
All In: What It Takes To Be The Best
Who wouldn't want to read a book by Gene Chizik? From Utah State to the Auburn National Championship, this book gave me goosebumps and made me want to start a 'Bodegetta' cheer!
What It Means to Be a Tiger: Pat Dye and Auburn's Greatest Players
Although published before the 2010 season, this book covers the past six decades of Auburn football. Players profiled include former Tigers Vince Dooley, Tucker Fredrickson, Pat Sullivan, Bo Jackson, Ronnie Brown, and Pat Dye. As much as I love Cam, a great read to remind us of the legends that came before him.
For Little Tigers
The War Eagle Story
Written by an Auburn professor and illustrated by an AU student, this story explains how "War Eagle" became Auburn's battle cry.
"I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully."