work update

Posted about this on TWER, so whatevs, I’ll just paste it here.

In pursuit of cash to justify this whole Auburn fixation, Jeremy Henderson (that would be me) is now spreading his storytelling talents across the internet. Which is to say that in addition to TWER, I’m writing “Living and Culture” stuff for, and plumbing the depths of Auburn history for the relentless Auburn coverage machine that is Auburn Undercover.

Most of the stuff for Auburn Undercover (which is under the heading Lore Eagle) is for subscribers only, and it’s pretty good. A story on how Phil Neel got the Auburn program cover gig. A fun story on how Pat Dye going for the tie in the 1988 Sugar Bowl impacted Auburn’s women’s basketball team. Another fun thing on how Terry Bowden almost played for Shug. Some awesome never-before-seen home movies of the Amazins. (If you’re a subscriber, you can find them all here.)

But here are links to the free stuff:

The time Pat Dye scouted Auburn for Alabama

A look back at Terry Bowden, Auburn pitch man

Meet East Carolina coach Pat Dye

The order form that helped Auburn baseball win the 1920 conference championship


Most recently for, I have been your No. 1 source for in-depth Pizza Girl reporting.

Pizza-loving teen whose Papa John’s essay got her accepted to Yale chooses Auburn

Papa John’s offers internship, free pizza to incoming Auburn freshman who went viral for Yale-worthy essay

And the wrap up…

Incoming Auburn freshman reflects on whirlwind week as viral ‘Pizza Girl’

TWER has had the videos:

VIDEO: Connecticut news anchors indignant over Papa John’s purist choosing Auburn over Yale—and New Haven pizza

VIDEO: Shouts of ‘War Eagle’—and one ‘Roll Tide’—pepper TV news coverage of Papa John’s Pizza Girl choosing Auburn over Yale

VIDEO: ‘Today,’ ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan,’ and other national TV coverage of Auburn’s Yale-spurning Pizza Girl

Other good stuff:


Former Auburn football star got acting start as Burt Reynolds lookalike

Sally Field, Auburn fan? 

Does Ryan Seacarest have a soft spot for Auburn?

David Hasselhoff gave the loudest, longest ‘War Eagle’ you’ll hear today

And you probably saw the Trump thing.