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  • This? Again?

    This? Again?

    August 30, 2015 - On August 27, Ben Cohen, a Wall Street Journal reporter “exposed” the shocking fact that a certain number of athletes at Auburn pursued the same major.  He also uncovered the fact that when the major was in [...]

     
  • Dog Days: The Nuclear Option

    Dog Days: The Nuclear Option

    Veteran accuses two Auburn football players of harassment. 
    Gus Malzahn apologizes to female veteran after alleged verbal harassment from Auburn players
    Those were the headlines at the forefront of al.com on Wednesday and on the front page of YahooSports.com on Thursday.
    Two Auburn [...]

     
  • Ringside Seats

    Ringside Seats

    Fans in Tuscaloosa Thursday night (January 22) went to a boxing bout and a women’s basketball game broke out.
    Late in the first half of a heated battle between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers at Foster Auditorium in Tuscaloosa, [...]

     
  • The Hangover

    The Hangover

    January 12th, the day of the first College Football Playoff Championship broke. For the first time in what seems like eons there’s nothing at stake for the SEC; nothing on the line for either Alabama or Auburn. Instead it’s a [...]

     
  • A Picture’s Worth A Thousand Words

    A Picture’s Worth A Thousand Words

    Is there really anything else that needs to be said? The photo below illustrates how al.com treated stories on the same topics. The spin is readily apparent and undeniable.
     
     
    Note: We take no credit for the creation of this photo. Vigilant [...]

     
 

BIAS Watch

Updated with new information September 3, 2014
Bias Watch

If you see something, say something.

If you see an incident of biased reporting, unjustified negativity or erroneous information from any state, local or national media source, let us know. We will be cataloging the incidents in our special Bias Watch section.

Contact us at info@nevertoyieldfoundation.com to report bias when and where you find it.

 
 

About the Never to Yield Foundation

War Eagle and Welcome!

The Never To Yield Foundation is established to promote the positive image of Auburn University, its students, its alumni and its fans. The Foundation celebrates the Auburn spirit and is dedicated to providing a place for the Auburn family to connect and share our collective and individual successes. Our secondary mission is to help combat the negativity that is directed at Auburn by its detractors, by the media and by anyone else who seeks to do our family harm.

If you love Auburn and what the Auburn spirit represents, we hope you'll join us. Share your thoughts, your experiences, your concerns and your appreciation for Auburn by emailing us here.

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