When the SEC announced its official individual awards and All-Conference selections for the 2018 basketball season on Tuesday, one thing was noticeably absent from the list: no Auburn players were mentioned among the end-the-year awards.

In fact, not a single Auburn player was listed on the eight-man All-SEC First-Team, either. For what it’s worth, the Tigers landed two players on the Second-Team unit (Bryce Brown, Jared Harper).

Auburn fans didn’t take the news lightly and neither did the program’s leader Bruce Pearl. Check out his reaction to seeing he didn’t have a single player honored on the First-Team, despite winning the regular season title, something he claims has not occurred since 1956.

Shots fired.

Will the snub fire up the Tigers heading into this week’s SEC Tournament? It should be interesting to see when the Tigers tipoff Friday, March 9 after receiving double byes for finishing No. 1 in the league.