Touted as the “Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry,” Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs tickets have been selling out for more than a century. The Bulldogs-Tigers rivalry dates back to 1892, and has been contested more than 115 times. While many college football rivalries feature one dominant team, the Auburn-Georgia series has been as close as it gets, with both sides claiming multiple National Championships, and the overall Tigers-Bulldogs series going back and forth for decades.
While Georgia and Auburn compete in different divisions within the SEC, the Auburn vs. Georgia series has remained an annual event, and is one of the most anticipated games in the SEC every season. The rivalry between Georgia and Auburn has had a major impact on both school’s athletic programs, with many considering the first Auburn-Georgia game as the birthplace of Auburn’s “War Eagle,” slogan.
Tigers vs. Bulldogs tickets usually sell quickly for games in both Athens and Auburn and the two teams typically play in front of sold out crowds. Attending a Tigers vs. Bulldogs game at either Jordan-Hare Stadium or Sanford Stadium is one of the top experiences for Auburn and Georgia fans. TicketCity offers some of the lowest priced Auburn-Georgia tickets on the market, including some of the best seats in Auburn and Athens.
Saturday, November 14, 2015 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Bulldogs 20, Tigers 13There have been some fantastic games in decades old Georgia-Auburn series, and the 2015 rivalry game will go down as one of them. Georgia found themselves down by a touchdown at halftime, but rallied to tie the game heading into the 4th quarter. A 53 yard punt return by Isaiah McKenzie finally broke the stalemate, as Georgia pulled ahead for the final time. The win gave Georgia 2 in arow in the Tigers-Bulldogs series and pushed Auburn further into the basement of the SEC East in 2015.
Saturday, November 15, 2014 at Sanford Stadium (Athens, GA) Bulldogs 34, Auburn 7Both Georgia and Auburn came into their 2014 meeting looking for traction in the SEC. Auburn moved the ball quickly on their opening drive with Cameron Artis-Payne scrambling for a 26 yard touchdown to put the Tigers up 7-0. But the Georgia rushing attack would put together one of its best performances of the season, with Nick Chubb and Todd Gurley combining for 289 yards on over 5.5 yards a carry. The Bulldogs would go on to score 34 unanswered points and rout the Auburn Tigers in one of the biggest blowouts of the series. Georgia improved to 8-2 on the season and the Auburn Tigers fell out of the top 10.
Saturday, November 16, 2013 at Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL) Tigers 43, Bulldogs 38The Auburn vs. Georgia matchup in 2013 would go down as one of the best ever meetings in the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry. Auburn entered the game with hopes of reaching a 2nd National Championship in the BCS era, and opened up a quick 13-0 lead. Auburn's Corey Grant accounted for all 13 points, on two field goals, and a 21 yard fake field goal TD. But aaron Murray and Georgia would answer in the 4th quarter, with Murray accounting for 3 touchdowns in the final period to take an improbable 38-37 lead. But Auburn's never say die attitude would come through yet again. Nick Marshall would connect on a tipped 73 yard touchdown pass to Ricardo Louis with 25 seconds left in the game, to pull out a 42-38 victory, in one of the most unforgettable plays of the Bulldogs-Tigers series.