AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - The Auburn Tigers are trying to give their seniors something positive to remember about this season.
The Tigers' four seniors play their final home game Wednesday night against Tennessee. They've lost 13 of their last 14 games and are winding down the third 20-loss season in program's history - and second of their careers.
Auburn will lose starters Frankie Sullivan, Rob Chubb and Josh Wallace and backup guard Noel Johnson.
Coach Tony Barbee says the season has been so tough he's "aged 10 years this year because I haven't slept."
The Tigers are averaging just 57.8 points over the last 12 games and the season fell apart after a 2-0 start in Southeastern Conference play.
Those struggles were evident in a stretch against Vanderbilt where Auburn missed 17 consecutive shots.
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