Auburn Tigers Football Tickets
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Auburn Football Ticket Information
Auburn Football has become an SEC and National Football Powerhouse. Auburn officially fielded a team in 1892 and currently plays in the Southeastern Conference’s Western Division. Auburn officially recognizes 2 National Championships in 1957 and 2010 along with 14 Conference Championships. Auburn Heisman trophy winners include Pat Sullivan, Bo Jackson, and Cam Newton. Auburn football glory has become strong and one of the best in college football. The Tigers competed for 2 of the final 4 four National Championships, winning in 2010. Auburn fans are noteworthy for their tremendous support of the Auburn family. War Eagle.
Auburn Tigers 2016 Football Preview
In 2015, the Tigers finished the season with a lackluster 6-6 record and went on to play the Memphis Tigers in the Birmingham Bowl, where they won 31-10. The Tigers started out strong in their season opener against Louisville, hanging on for a 31-24 victory, but it was a steady decline from that point on and the team struggled throughout the season. Although their record does not reflect it, Auburn was close in just about every game this season. The most disappointing loss was September 19th against the LSU Tigers, where they were blown out 45-21. The Tigers have many key players returning in 2016 including all four running backs Barber, Robinson, Johnson, and Thomas. At the end of National Signing Day, Auburn secured 21 commits with 11 ESPN 300, ranking them 5th in the SEC by 247sports.com. They addressed serious needs on the defensive line and wide receiver positions, notably with top-5 receivers Nate Craig-Meyers and Kyle Davis. The Tigers also signed 3-star Junior College quarterback John Franklin III. Assuming a decent quarterback develops, Gus Malzahn should have a good team with great improvement for the 2016 season.
Coach Malzahn begins spring training in early March. The Auburn Tigers will host their annual A-Day Spring game on April 9th. On September 3rd, Auburn Football opens the 2016 season at Jordan-Hare Stadium against the Clemson Tigers. They will then host four home games facing the Arkansas State Red Wolves, Texas A&M Aggies, LSU Tigers, and ULM Warhawks. Throughout the 2016 season, Auburn will also face the Arkansas Razorbacks, Vanderbilt Commodores, and Alabama A&M Bulldogs at home in Jordan-Hare Stadium. Road games will include trips to Davis Wade Stadium to play the Mississippi State Bulldogs, Vaught-Hemingway Stadium against the Ole Miss Rebels, Sanford Stadium to face the Georgia Bulldogs, and their final road game will take place at Bryant-Denny Stadium against rival Alabama Crimson Tide. Score Auburn Football Tickets with SecSeats.com and see one of the most exciting teams in the SEC compete in 2016.
Auburn Tigers Football- Pat Dye Field at Jordan-Hare Stadium
Address: 251 South Donahue Drive, Auburn, Alabama 36849
Field: Natural Grass
Auburn Tigers football plays their home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama. Auburn Stadium opened in 1939 with a capacity of 7,290. The stadium’s name was changed to Cliff Hare Stadium to honor Clifford Leroy Hare a member of Auburn’s first football team. Subsequently, the name was amended to Jordan-Hare Stadium to honor Ralph “Shug” Jordan. Coach Jordan, who holds the most wins of any Auburn football coach, led the Tigers to their first National Championship in 1957. The playing field was named for former coach and athletic director Pat Dye in 2005. With a capacity of 87,451 Jordan-Hare stadium is one of the best atmospheres in college football. While attending a game at Jordan-Hare Stadium, make sure you arrive early to see Nova, War Eagle VII soar from the top of the stadium to field.
Auburn Tigers Rivals:
Known as the Iron Bowl, it is the biggest rivalry in the state of Alabama if not all of college football. The team’s first meeting was held in 1893 and has played 80 times with Alabama holding a 44-35-1 advantage. The 2013 Iron Bowl, known as “Kick Bama Kick”, was a thrilling last second Auburn 34-28 victory, where an Alabama missed field goal attempt was returned for a Touchdown by Chris Davis on the final play sending Jordan-Hare Stadium into celebration. In the past few seasons, the Iron Bowl winner has won the Southeastern Conference and played for a National Championship. The Iron Bowl game is a must see between Auburn and Alabama .
The battle and rivalry between the Tigers and Bulldogs is known as the “Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry”. Their first meeting occurred in 1892. These rivals have faced off 119 times with their opponent leading the highly competitive series 56-55-8. The 2013 game, effectively known as “The Prayer at Jordan-Hare” involved a tipped Hail Mary pass from Nick Marshall to Ricardo Louis allowing Auburn to overcome a fierce Georgia comeback in the 4th quarter to prevail victorious. Yet, Georgia has won the past two meetings. The Auburn Tigers look to tie up the series with a victory this year in Athens. The Auburn-Georgia rivalry truly defines College Football at its best and the numbers show it.
“Tiger Bowl” featuring the Auburn University Tigers and Louisiana State University Tigers or LSU has grown in significance in the past 20 years due to regularly being considered the SEC West Championship Game. Auburn and LSU have met 50 times with LSU holding a 28-21-1 advantage. Memorable games in this series have even taken on their own names including the 1988 Earthquake Game, 1996 “The Barn Burner”, 1999 Cigar and the 2007 game known for “The Catch”. While enjoying these two SEC Powers collide expect the unexpected.
Auburn Football Places to Visit in Auburn & On Campus
Auburn University is home one of the most picturesque campus in the South located in East Alabama. Game day experiences should include visiting Toomer’s Corner, Tiger Walk, and “War Eagle”. Tailgating is campus wide on game days, for the most unique Auburn football experience the area east of Jordan-Hare and surrounding the statues of Heisman Trophy winners Bo Jackson, Cam Newton and Pat Sullivan.
Auburn Football Place to Eat and Drink
The Auburn area offers wonderful Southern style dining choices and no shortage of nightlife in the downtown area. Our dining recommendations include Mike and Ed’s (BBQ), Mama Goldberg’s, and Amsterdam Cafe. Auburn’s nightlife is highlighted by Bodega and Auburn Oyster Bar & Grill. Experience Tuesday Nights at Bodega where $2 taco and beer night rule.
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