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Saturday, November 26, 2016 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 30, Tigers 12The No. 1 Alabama proved against the No. 16 Auburn why they have the top spot in the 2016 college football season in the Saturday game. The Crimson Tide defense dominated the Tigers offense allowing Auburn to get a first down until almost a half an hour into the game and one touchdown throughout the game. Alabama’s quarterback Jalen Hurts passed for 286 yards to reach a final score of 30 against Auburns 12 points. Tickets for the Tigers vs Crimson Tide 2016 game had an average price of $325.
Saturday, November 28, 2015 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Crimson Tide 29, Tigers 13The Auburn Tigers entered the 2015 Iron Bowl looking to play spoiler to Alabama's CFP hopes. The Tigers defense shut down Derrick Henry and the Crimson Tide in the 1st quarter, holding Alabama to only 3 points. But Bama came alive in the 2nd quarter, and Henry finished the game with 271 total yards. Alabama's defense held Auburn scoreless int he 2nd and 4th quarters, sealing a 2nd straight Iron Bowl victory for the Crimson Tide. The win clinched the SEC West for Alabama and put them in good shape to reach a 2nd straight CFP.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 55, Tigers 44 With a spot in the first ever college football playoff on the line, Alabama put forth one of the most impressive offensive performances in the history of the Iron Bowl. The Crimson Tide trailed the Tigers 26-21 at halftime, but quarterback Blake Sims accounted for 4 2nd half touchdowns, including 2 to receiver Amari Cooper. Alabama's 55 points in the 2014 Iron Bowl is tied for the most in the history of the rivalry. Auburn's Nick Marshall ended the game with more than 500 yards of offense, and 3 touchdowns.
Saturday, November 30, 2013 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Tigers 34, Crimson Tide 28 For Auburn fans, it may have been the greatest finish to any game the following has ever witnessed, for Alabama fans, it will be forever remembered as the one play that kept the Crimson Tide out of the National Championship Game. After a 57-yard field goal attempt from 'Bama's freshman kicker, Adam Griffith, Chris Davis returned the miss 109 yards to clinch a spot in the SEC Championship game.
Saturday, November 24, 2012 at Bryant Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL) Crimson Tide 49, Tigers 0 The Crimson Tide left no doubt in the state of Alabama as to who the better team was. The 2012 Iron Bowl was steam rolled by Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron, who led the Tide to a 49-0 shut-out of the Auburn Tigers with 216 yards and 4 touchdowns. Behind McCarron was future NFL star, Eddie Lacy who rushed for 131 yards to cap off the most lopsided Iron Bowl in 64 years.
Saturday, November 26, 2011 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Crimson Tide 42, Tigers 14 Alabama continued their college football dominance against in-state rivals Auburn in the Iron Bowl leaving the Tigers with a 42-14 loss. AJ McCarron finished the game with 184 yards and 3 touchdowns while running back Trent Richardson pulled in a career high 203 yards. In what appeared to be a statement game, the Crimson Tide were determined to show the college football world that they deserved another shot at their only loss of the season, LSU in the National Championship Game.