The rivalry between the Auburn Tigers vs LSU Tigers has been a tight series for the league between these battling Tiger teams. Both LSU and Auburn are members of the SEC and the matchup of the Tigers teams has been one of the closely matched in the league. The current record as of 2015, has a total of 50 meetings with LSU leading 28 over Auburns' 21 wins, and one tie in 1941. The first meeting of Auburn-LSU was in 1901 but the Tigers teams did not play against each other between 1943 and 1968. It wasn’t until 1992 when the rivalry between LSU vs Auburn become an annual matchup.
This SEC matchup has proven to be an important game for Auburn and LSU since 2005 the winner of the game has ranked in the AP Top Ten. Also, the LSU-Auburn football matchup has resulted in the winner going on to play in the SEC Championship Game in nine of their matchups. The energy of an Auburn vs LSU is always expected to be high with opposing Tigers fans in their home stadium and away games.
LSU Tigers-Auburn Tigers tickets sell quickly every season, no matter where each of the teams is expected to fall in the SEC standings. Fans may never be louder than during an LSU vs Auburn game, and the impact of the game is incredible on both campuses. No matter where the game is set to take place TicketCity has you covered with the best Auburn vs LSU tickets at some of the cheapest prices on the market.
Saturday, September 24, 2016 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Auburn 18, LSU 13The game between competing Tigers teams was a low scoring and a close game that came down to the final seconds. The LSU Tigers scored the only touchdown of the game in the first quarter, but the Auburn Tigers were able to close the gap and overtake LSU with six field goals giving them a 5-point lead in the 4th quarter. The last play of the game was LSU’s last chance for the win; quarterback Danny Etling threw for a touchdown but he did not get the snap before the clock hit zero, resulting in an Auburn Tigers win 18-13.
Saturday, September 19, 2015 at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA) LSU 45, Auburn 21The LSU Tigers came into the 2015 matchup against the Auburn Tigers strong with their star running back Leonard Fournette. In the first half, LSU was leading with 24-0 with Auburn’s defense not a match for LSU’s offense. In the second half, Auburn was able to make some headway scoring 21 points, but LSU was able to match these points. Fournette finished the LSU-Auburn game with 228yards and three touchdowns, which was a career high. The final score ended with LSU winning 45-21, redeeming themselves from their 2014 loss.
Saturday, October 4, 2014 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Auburn 41, LSU 7In 2014, LSU was able to repeat their 1999 blowout win against Auburn with a final score of 41-7. As the Tigers teams entered the 2014 matchup, LSU had won the past three but with the exceptional playing from Auburn and quarterback Nick Marshall they were ready to end that streak. Marshall ran for 119, passed for 207 yards and two touchdowns. Auburn was able to score a touchdown in the first quarter but that was the end of their time in the end zone as LSU furthered the gap each quarter.