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2018 Schedule
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Memorable moments from Media Day (1:56)
Tigers believe they can make the postseason (5:07)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Pearl said he expects Austin Wiley (left leg injury) back in the next 10-14 days.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Pearl said every player on his roster besides Austin Wiley (injury) has been able to practice. Has not held anyone out due to investigation.

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10dJeff Goodman and Darren Rovell

5 tied to FBI's basketball probe appear in court

Assistant coaches Emanuel Richardson, Tony Bland and Chuck Person, along with two others, were released on $100,000 bond in the FBI's probe into bribery in college basketball.

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11dJeff Borzello

FBI investigation sending shockwaves through 2018 recruits

Ramifications of the FBI's investigation into college basketball are being felt by a number of schools. Louisville has already lost two five-star recruits, and the Cardinals aren't the only ones.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

A healthy Kerryon Johnson makes a difference for Auburn. In three games, he has nine touchdowns. He missed two games, including the loss at Clemson, dealing with an injury.

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Auburn president: Report AD is out 'inaccurate'

Auburn president Steven Leath said a report that stated athletic director Jay Jacobs would be dismissed after the football season was "inaccurate."

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21dAlex Scarborough

Auburn's Pearl wants focus to remain on season

On Friday, Auburn coach Bruce Pearl met with reporters but would not comment on the federal charges facing assistant Chuck Person other than to say that the conduct alleged in the criminal complaint is "unacceptable."

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Auburn coach Bruce Pearl was asked about his own job security, player eligibility and how he'll manage to recruit. He stuck to the "no comment" approach throughout, trying to keep the focus on the start of practice rather than the fallout from the federal charges assistant coach Chuck Person faces.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Pearl: "The reason we're having this press conference right now is the start of practice. I won't answer any more questions about matters relating to (the investigation)."

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Pearl says the conduct described in the FBI investigation is unacceptable and stands by Auburn's official statement from earlier in the week. He says he won't comment beyond that.

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23dMike Fish

Feds' probe likely to make coaches, programs very uneasy

Some of college sports' most high-profile athletic administrators and basketball coaches -- and even players -- are likely to face pressure unlike anything they have ever encountered as a federal corruption and fraud case expands.

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23dJeff Borzello

Auburn refunding season tickets amid probe

Auburn is refunding season tickets for men's basketball games for those who ask following news that assistant coach Chuck Person accepted bribes.

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23dJeff Borzello

ESPN 100 recruit decommits from Auburn

E.J. Montgomery, a 6-foot-10 power forward, has decommitted from Auburn after assistant coach Chuck Person was arrested in an FBI investigation into fraud and corruption.

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25dMark Schlabach

NCAA coaches among 10 facing federal charges

Federal prosecutors have announced charges of fraud and corruption in college basketball. Among those arrested and charged are four assistant coaches at Auburn, Arizona, Oklahoma State and USC.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four assistant coaches named in alleged fraud and corruption scandal: Chuck Person (Auburn), Lamont Evans (Oklahoma State), Book Richardson (Arizona), Tony Bland (USC).

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26dJohn Gasaway

Auburn among teams ready to return to NCAA tournament

Bruce Pearl started four freshmen last season, and that youthful group still managed to score 1.07 points per trip in SEC play. All four, and junior Bryce Brown, are back and should only get better.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Auburn, Maryland, Mississippi State, and Tennessee offered big man (6'9" 250lbs) Justice Ajogbar yesterday at the Christ School. A promising sophomore with a physically imposing frame who is best at the rim and in the paint. Rebounding is what he does best.

'It's going to be a historical year for the SEC' (3:58)
SEC announces 2018.Men's Basketball schedule (1:08)
Alabama, Auburn basketball continue summer tours (0:41)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Top 100 prospect Will Richardson tells Espn that he is hearing from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Alabama, Miami and Virginia. Big PG with instincts to score and facilitate.

Team Stats

Points Per Game80.432nd
Rebounds Per Game36.6126th
Assists Per Game13.2198th
Points Allowed79.6323rd

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Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record12-8
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8