Auburn In their first season under the direction of Coach DigginGraves, Auburn has been able to put together a respectable 9-3 record. All three of the Auburn losses this season came to teams in the AP Top 25, although Coach DigginGraves did not find any solice in that stat, "I dont care what they were rated, we were in the Top 25 too and they beat us. We can't lose three games and finish third in the conference next year or the fans aren't going to be happy. Keyes (Auburns Freshman QB) is going to get some great experience in the Capital One Bowl game against Illinois and I expect us to be a very difficult team to play against next season. We have gained some speed through recruiting and expect to challenge for the conference and national title next year" Auburn (9-3) will play Illinois (9-3) for the Capital One Bowl to determine which team may well finish in the top 10 when the season is over. One thing is for sure in Auburn, the future looks as bright as ever with Keyes leading the offense for the next three seasons. As Auburn heads to the Capital One Bowl, they can hold their heads high knowing they overcame plenty of injuries and early losses in what turned out to be a tough first season under coach DigginGraves. Can Auburn reach the 10 win mark with a Bowl Victory? Coach DigginGraves sure thinks so, "If we lose this bowl game, I will shave my head and tattoo an ass crack on the top of it for you all to see how I feel." Known for his brash comments, coach DigginGraves better put forth as much effort preparing for the game as he did preparing for this interview or Auburn may fall one short of the 10 win mark this season. Tune in after the game for a recap of the Capital One Bowl.