Jeffrey Whitaker

Auburn Tigers #54

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 322
  • Seasons: SR

Buckle up for another wild Auburn season

A Gus Malzahn offense, a Will Muschamp defense and a load of talent have the Tigers considered Playoff hopefuls. Whether that's fair or not, we're all about to have some fun.

Jeffrey Whitaker 'out for a while'

The Tigers' defensive line has taken another injury hit.

Auburn fans, please be patient

Auburn's hire of Gus Malzahn made as much sense as any hire this past offseason. Now how quickly can he re-establish the bona fides of a program that has trended downward for most of the last seven...

Post-spring depth chart: Defense

Who are the candidates to take starting roles in Ellis Johnson's new 4-2-5 scheme?

The do-over

Following their 2010 national title, the Auburn Tigers kept landing star recruits but completely misplaced their identity in the process. Hiring Gus Malzahn restores the identity, but is that alone...

Texas A&M Preview: A Tough Test For The Tiger 'D'


Texas A&M and quarterback Johnny "Football" Manziel will try to run Auburn's defense ragged with their up-tempo spread offense.

Auburn at Vanderbilt Open Thread


We're talking Auburn-Vandy and wishing the football gods would ease up a bit.

Auburn's September Review


Auburn came into this season without extremely high expectations, but the Tigers have disappointed through the first month of the season.

They are who we thought they were


By holding LSU to 12 points, the Auburn defense showed that it is beginning to meet preseason expectations.

Louisiana-Monroe Recap | A Win Is A Win

It's never a good feeling to come to the realization that you have to enjoy every win of a football season, no matter the competition, because wins will likely be few and far between. Unfortunately...

Auburn Vs. Clemson Preview: Can Clemson Keep Up Without Sammy Watkins?


Auburn and Clemson kick off their 2012 campaigns in the Georgia Dome Saturday, Sept. 1.

2012 Auburn Football Preview: Four Stars And Late-Game Magic


Heading into 2012, the sheer quantity of Auburn's four- and five-star signees is the largest reason for optimism, but if you believe more in proven production, the Tigers might still be a year away...