The Auburn Tigers football team is always one of the top teams in the nation. Playing in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), the Auburn Tigers are a top team in one of the country's most competitive conferences. While the school only officially acknowledges the 1954 and 2010 National Championships, there are a total of 8 seasons where Auburn has been declared champions in some form. Auburn is the oldest football program in the Deep South and has a history rich in tradition. At an Auburn Tigers home game, you'll see the team enter the field through the south end zone in a cloud of smoke. A visit to the Lovelace Museum lets you look through photos and descriptions of Auburn's rich athletic heritage. After a home victory you can watch Auburn Tigers fans roll Toomer's Corner in the center of town with toilet paper among battle cries of “WAR EAGLE!” An Auburn Tigers game is truly an incredible football experience. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Auburn Tigers football tickets.
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2017 Auburn Season Preview
The 2016 Auburn Tigers are hoping to improve after finishing with a disappointing 2015 season of 7-6. With a disappointing quarterback and defense performance in 2015, changes are being made to the team. The Tigers lost defensive coordinator Will Muschamp but has been replaced with Kevin Steele who will lead the Tigers defensive attack. With the release of the 2016 schedule, the Tigers will be playing eight home games, the first time since 2013 when they appeared in the 2014 BCS National Championship. Head coach, Gus Malzahn will be gearing up his staff and team in his third season at Auburn to get them back in the championship game in 2016. The schedule has been set for the first three games of the Auburn Tigers 2016 season to be played in their very own Jordan-Hare stadium, this could give the team motivation from its hometown fans to start their season on a high note. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Tigers at home games or supporting Auburn on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Auburn Tigers' tickets, including home and away games.
Auburn Tigers Football at Jordan-Hare Stadium Address: 251 S Donahue Dr, Auburn, Alabama, 36849
The Auburn Tigers play their home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama, which has a capacity of more than 87,000. The Auburn Tigers have one of the nation's best home winning percentages. Watching the “Tiger Walk”, where the team walks from the athletics dorm to the stadium, the streets lined with loyal Auburn fans, is an unforgettable experience. The Auburn Tigers home bench is on the Jordan-Hare Stadium sideline with sections 1-11. Jordan-Hare Stadium parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.
The biggest football game in the state of Alabama, the Iron Bowl pits two football powerhouses against each other every year. Playing for the Sportsmanship Trophy and a whole lot of state pride, they have met 77 times and Alabama currently leads overall. There’s no love lost between fans and teams, and it’s a game that any college football fan would be lucky to attend.
It’s the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, dating back to 1892 and amounting over 110 total games -- and as of this writing, the series was dead tied. The Auburn chant “WAR EAGLE” is said to have come from the first time this game was played, a 10-0 Auburn win in Atlanta. In the 1996 contest, Georgia’s mascot, a live Bulldog, lunged and tried to bite an Auburn WR. Even the animals know the other team isn’t welcome.
The rivalry between Auburn and Lsu dates back to 1901, but the two teams have not met consitetnly every year until 1992. The SEC rivalry game has been had a total of 50 meetings and alternates between Baton Rouge and Auburn for home game advantage. This is an exciting game for fans to attend on either Tigers' side.
Auburn in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
Playing in 40 NCAA Bowl games and including the National Title game in 2010, which they won, Auburn is certainly in the discussion of College Football royalty. Winners of eight SEC Championships the Auburn Tigers have demonstrated their ability to win the “big games” throughout history. TicketCity offers tickets to all college football bowl games, College Football Playoff games and the SEC Championship Game.
2015 Auburn Football Preview
The Auburn Tigers had a season of near misses last year, losing only one game in which they did not have an opportunity to win. They enter the 2015 season looking to the future, with star quarterback Nick Marshall moving on to the NFL. Also gone from the Tigers prolific offense are receiver Sammie Coats, and running back Cameron Artis-Payne. Despite all of these departures, Auburn is projected to have one of the better offenses in the SEC West in 2015. Quarterback Jeremy Johnson was effective in the snaps he took last season and should come brimming with confidence in 2015. Auburn’s 2015 defense will be anchored by seniors Joshua Holsey, and DaVante Lambert who will set the tone for a mostly upperclassman squad. As always, Auburn will have a difficult schedule in 2015, with road games at LSU, Arkansas, and Texas A&M. Auburn should be in the hunt for the SEC West title, and will get archrival Alabama in Auburn on November 28th.
2014 Auburn Football Preview
In Gus Malzahn’s debut season, the Tigers stormed through the SEC with a resilience and will to win that was unmatched in college football. A loss in the national championship may have been a tough pill to swallow, but winning the SEC provided a statement that the 2010 national championship was not an anomaly and that the Plainsmen are poised to stay at the top. The Tigers lost key offensive members Tre Mason and Greg Robinson to the NFL draft, but return quarterback Nick Marshall who will lead the Tigers lethal offensive attack. An early road game against a dangerous Kansas State team will show if there is any hangover from the loss in the big game. Auburn also has tough road matchups in the SEC at Georgia and at Alabama, which will likely be key to their chances at winning another SEC championship.
2013 Auburn Football Preview
After serving as the offensive coordinator for the Auburn Tigers from 2009-2011, Gus Malzahn has returned to take over as the head coach and bring the Tigers back to national prominence. Malzahn was with the program the last time they reached the National Championship in the 2010 season. The Tigers are coming off a season in which they were winless in the SEC, but Malzahn has brought hope to the Auburn faithful that a turnaround is in the near future. Junior running back Tre Mason returns after rushing for over 1,000 yards and scoring eight touchdowns. The Tigers will also return their leading passer in Kiehl Frazier. In a very tough SEC, the Tigers will have their hands full with road games against LSU and Texas A&M along with home matchups against the Georgia Bulldogs and a season finale showdown with the defending champs Alabama Crimson Tide.
2011 Auburn Football Preview
It is hard to wrestle the title of Alabama’s favorite team away from the Crimson Tide. But Auburn did that last year by fielding a team that produced a National Championship, and both Heisman and Lombardi Award winners in Cam Newton and Nick Fairley. But those Tigers are now playing on Sundays, leaving head coach Gene Chizik with holes to fill—not that he’s worried.
Filling Newton’s shoes at QB won’t be easy, but there are plenty of top choices battling it out in spring practice. The major competitors are junior Barrett Trotter and sophomore Clint Moseley. Who they’ll be throwing it to is a little clearer in that the most experienced will take the field first, and that would be juniors Emory Blake and Philip Lutzenkirchen. The picture at running back is clearer, with sophomore Mike Dyer becoming the most prolific freshman back at Auburn since Bo Jackson (and that was with a bum leg the first half of the year).
It’s the same on the defensive side of the ball, where a bulk of the unit’s has moved on from the college ranks. Up front, junior power end Nosa Eguae will be the anchor for the Fairley-less line. To back them up, the linebackers are looking to sophomore Jake Holland to bring them up to where they were last year, and end the year on the same high note.
2010 Auburn Football Preview
Auburn is used to high expectations playing in the SEC, and first-year coach Gene Chizik did not necessarily live up to them in 2009. While an 8-5 record and a bowl win is respectable, for Tiger fans, the 3-5 conference record was not.
Although Auburn returns eight starters on offense, gone are the team's leading passer and rusher from 2009. Running back Ben Tate will be sorely missed, as senior Mario Fannin attempts to fill the hole. The quarterback position is up in the air as well. Junior Cameron Newton is the presumptive starter but he has little experience and could be replaced by fellow senior Neil Caudle at the first sign of trouble.
Defense has been the signature of Auburn for many years, but that was not the case last season, as the Tigers finished toward the bottom in the SEC in every major defensive category. With eight starters returning, the squad should be more experienced and will be led by senior linebackers Craig Stevens and Josh Bynes.
Auburn will need a strong season to wash away the bad taste of losing five of their last eight games in 2009. However, the Tigers have the favorable schedule to do so, but late season trips to Mississippi and Alabama could be dangerous.
2009 Auburn Football Preview
The first year with a new Head Coach is typically a reason for optimism within a program. Auburn heads into 2009 season playing for new Head Coach Gene Chizik. Chizik is a tough as nails defensive coach and a talented recruiter. Chizik's job in 2009 will be to put wins on the board quickly in order to try to make Tigers fans forget that he replaced legendary Coach Tommy Tuberville. If Chizik can post a strong record in the SEC and a victory over rival Alabama in the Iron Bowl, then fans down south might be chanting War Eagle in the SEC Championship Game.
2008 Auburn Football Preview
It's a little difficult to put a finger on where the Auburn Tigers fit in the 2008 season ranks. In 2007, the Tigers racked up nine wins, including a win in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl vs. Clemson. This year, the Tigers lose their starting quarterback, but this could be an advantage for the team. New recruits Blake Field and Kodi Burns are packed with talent, but will need some time to dry out those wet spots behind their ears. With a game or two, these Tigers may have something going with one of these two QB's. What hurts the Tigers more than anything is the lack of playmakers in the wide receiver department. The Tiger team will have to adjust for some new players to get experience, and this will say a lot about the outcome of the Tigers' season early on.
The Tigers are notorious for their presence on defense. This year seems to be no different, as there are plenty of returning players who saw a good deal of playtime in 2007. The Tiger defense might have to workl overtime to make up for less experience on the offensive side of the ball - but the Tigers, if true to form, should have no problems. Look out for this team to take hold of the SEC West Division. The Auburn and LSU will play each other early this season, and the SEC West will be decided by the better of the two. May the best Tiger win.