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Auburn (7-0, 4-0 SEC) and LSU (7-0, 4-0 SEC) kick off at 2:30 p.m. CT from Jordan-Hare Stadium. The game will televised nationally by CBS. CBS College Sports Network will host its weekly SEC Tailgate Show from 1-2 p.m. CT outside Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday for the Auburn-LSU game. Auburn fans are invited to the show's broadcast site on the Campus Green east of Jordan-Hare Stadium, adjacent to the Heisman Drive parking deck.
The show's 2010 personalities include Dave Baker, Lauren Shehadi and Deuce McAllister. The SEC Tailgate show captures all the excitement, traditions and festivities from the various campuses and stadiums across the SEC, as well as previews the match-ups, providing highlights and news from games in-progress.
With the exception of the uga game, all remaining 2010 game times have now been set for Auburn:
Ole Miss: 5:00 PM CST / ESPN2
Chattanooga: 12:00 PM CST / Pay-per-view
uat: 1:30 PM CST / CBS
AUBURN - Several Auburn football players have been named to midseason All-America and All-SEC teams that have been announced by SportsIllustrated.com and Phil Steele.
Defensive tackle Nick Fairley was named a first-team midseason All-American by both SI.com and Phil Steele. The junior leads the SEC with 13.5 tackles for loss and has been named SEC Defensive Player of the Week or Defensive Lineman of the Week three times this year.
Junior quarterback Cam Newton, who leads the nation by accounting for 25 touchdowns and leads the SEC in rushing, was named to Phil Steele's midseason All-America first team, while SI.com gave Newton second-team honors.
Senior tackle Lee Ziemba was also named to Phil Steele's midseason All-America first team, while senior center Ryan Pugh was a second-team pick by SI.com and a third-team selection by Phil Steele. The two linemen have been instrumental in Auburn ranking sixth nationally in rushing offense (283.7) and scoring offense (40.7), and ninth in total offense (481.1).
In addition, Phil Steele announced his midseason All-SEC teams. Fairley, Newton, Ziemba and Pugh were all named to the first team, and were joined by senior offensive guard Byron Isom and senior defensive end Antoine Carter.
Phil Steele had junior wideout Darvin Adams and senior linebacker Josh Bynes on his midseason All-SEC second team, while senior safety Zac Etheridge was named to the third team.
an article on AU's Defense:
AU GAMEDAY INFO:
TIGER, tiger, burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
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