The Auburn University Tigers have one of the most successful bowl histories in college football. The Tigers have played in 38 bowl games, and are in the top 15 teams in bowl wins with 22 victories. Of the schools that have played in more than 30 bowl games, only 4 have a higher winning percentage than Auburn, and the Tigers own one of the top winning percentages of any team to appear in a bowl game. Auburn has an even, or winning record in every single bowl that the team has played in, with 1 exception. The Tigers bowl history has been defined by streaks of brilliance and the program has been one of the most consistent teams to qualify for bowl games since the 1980’s. With 24 bowl appearances since 1983, the Tigers have come to expect to play in a bowl game every single season and are always a threat to qualify for the nations top games.
In 2010, Auburn won the BCS National Championship game in one of the most exciting championship games in college football history. The Tigers 22-19 victory over Oregon wasn’t sealed until the closing seconds when Auburn kicked a field goal as time expired to claim the national championship. The 73 yard drive to setup the field goal included one of the most iconic plays in the history of college football bowl games, where Tigers running back Michael Dyer rolled over a Ducks defender, keeping his knees off the ground to scramble for a 37 yard gain. The game was played in the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona, in front of 78,603 fans.
Auburn has one of the most devoted followings in college football and consistently has one of the best attendances at bowl games in the country. Auburn fans come from far and wide, to scream War Eagle and help their beloved Tigers to victory. Over the last decade, the Tigers have enjoyed one of their most successful eras for bowl games in the program’s history, a fact that has only made Tigers Nation grow. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Auburn Tigers Bowl Game tickets.
Auburn Tigers Recent Bowl Game History
In 2015, the Auburn Tigers played the Memphis Tigers in the Birmingham Bowl. Auburn took the win against Memphis, 31-10, ending with seven wins and six loses and avoiding a losing season. The Auburn Tigers played with a strong defense, preventing Memphis’ offense to score while Auburn’s offense scored three touchdowns within 5 minutes during the third quarter in the Birmingham Bowl. Auburn was expected to compete in the SEC championship and as they fell short in 2015 the team will gain an extra month of practice, and give the young players time to prepare and make a run at next season's Bowl appearance and CFP.