No timetable has been set for Pearl to cooperate with investigators.The Tigers open their season Friday against Norfolk State.
That contract is yet to as so much get the Tigers an NCAA Tournament berth, with Pearl having gone 44-54 in his three years with the team.Auburn opens the 2017-18 basketball season on Friday night when the team hosts Norfolk State.And Saturday affords the next opportunity to see Sheer Mag, at the First Unitarian Church, the powerfully riffing Thin Lizzy-inspired quintet led by Christina Halladay, whose performances leave no doubt that rock and roll remains an unstoppable force.And evidence of rock-and-roll relevance will be apparent at Made in America, too. You’ll have to seek the bands out on the side stages. But his "In the Mix" column in the Weekend section ventures further afield, into books, movies, TV, the Internet, graphic novels and anything you might call "popular culture." The first time Budweiser Made in America came to Philadelphia, in 2012, festival curator Jay Z coheadlined his own show.
The rapper shared top billing with a heavyweight of similar stature from the rock world: Pearl Jam.The Tigers find themselves at the center of the recent high-profile FBI investigation, as Auburn associate head coach Chuck Person was arrested on corruption charges, before ultimately being indicted on Tuesday in New York by a grand jury on six federal charges.Pearl has allegedly refused to speak with investigators, already having had his computers and cell phones seized as a part of the FBI investigation.If you're looking to improve your own skills or to play better as a team, Auburn University has the camp for you!Auburn is reportedly considering firing head basketball coach Bruce Pearl as he continues to refuse to cooperate with an internal investigation into the program.Pearl remains under a show-cause penalty from the NCAA barring him from recruiting until Aug. Auburn has 30 days to accept or contest the penalty, and Jacobs said the school hasn't decided how to handle that yet.