On Sunday night, the Auburn Tigers officially ended fall camp.
Following an off day Monday, the defending SEC champions will be in full preparation mode for their upcoming schedule—and what a tough schedule it will be.
Auburn will play seven teams that are ranked in both the preseason coaches and The Associated Press polls, more than any other team in the country. For the first time in program history, the Tigers will have to travel to both rivals Georgia and Alabama.
Even with the brutal 2014 schedule, preseason expectations are extremely high for Auburn, which returns most of its starters from its impressive offense and its steadily improving defense.
After all the off-the-field drama and on-the-field action of the summer on the Plains, I've revisited my May predictions. Has anything changed in my opinion of head coach Gus Malzahn's Tigers and their upcoming season? Let's take a game-by-game look.