Auburn Tigers Football 2014 News and Updates
4/21/14 – Auburn was No.1 nationally in YPG on the ground (328.3) among D-1 schools last year and while the Tigers lost Tre Mason to the NFL Draft, their roster is still stacked with QB Nick Marshall, Cameron Artis-Payne and Corey Grant who all rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2013. The Auburn Tigers football schedule opens Aug. 30 with a home game against the Arkansas Razorbacks (get-in $59); in addition LSU, South Carolina, and Texas A&M will make their way to Jordan Hare Stadium to take on the Tigers this season. Auburn Tigers football tickets are being bought up quick, don’t miss your chance to watch the Tigers battle to get back to the Championship!
2/4/14 - The Auburn Tigers may not have taken home the national title, but they certainly made memories that will last a lifetime. After a 2012 season in which they didn’t win a single SEC game, 2013 was chock-full of comebacks and miracle moments that almost saw Auburn achieve the greatest resurgence in the history of college football. Finishing 12-2, upsetting No.1 Alabama, winning the SEC championship and playing in the final BCS National Championship ever, the Tigers were nothing short of supernatural. Heisman Trophy finalist and heart of the offense, RB Tre Mason, has decided to skip his senior year and enter the NFL Draft, as well as No.2 OL in the nation, Greg Robinson. There are 21 total commits to Auburn, with a number of five-star prospects, including WR D’haquille Williams, RB Tre Williams and star RB Roc Thomas, with 9 four-star recruits. All of last year’s magic happened under first-year head coach Gus Malzahn, what does this team have in store for us next year?
11/1/13 – The Tigers BCS title game hopes are still alive despite one loss to their name. Auburn is red-hot of late, winning four in a row including a victory over the then, #7 Texas A&M Aggies. They’ll have to get to the SEC title game first, which means they’ll need wins over division foes Arkansas and No. 1 Alabama to close out the season. Can the Tigers pull of a 2010-esque end-of-the-year win over cross-state rival Alabama in the Iron Bowl? As excitement builds, the cheapest Alabama vs. Auburn tickets at Jordan Hare Stadium continue to rise in price (now $213).
Auburn Tigers Football
The Auburn Tigers may have not won a single SEC game last season, but when Auburn fans can pack Jordan-Hare Stadium
with 83,000 plus for a spring game - you know that Auburn Tigers football tickets for the coming year will be in high demand. The Auburn football team has a new head coach, Gus Malzahn. While many of the AU traditions will live on — Tiger Walk and War Eagle come to mind — the Tigers welcome change with Malzahn who wants to see a new culture, a different attitude, and heightened excitement around the program once again.
The former Arkansas State Red Wolves coach will face his past team in the second home game of the season. Auburn Tigers vs. Arkansas State Red Wolves Football tickets are averaging $56. The most expensive game on the Auburn Tigers schedule is the Iron Bowl — Auburn Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Football. Alabama vs. Auburn tickets to the late November rivalry game start at $197 and average $350. Another SEC rivalry game, the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry – Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Football — has Georgia vs. Auburn football tickets averaging $236. Auburn football has one of the top 25 most expensive tickets in the nation this season, seventh most expensive in the Southeastern Conference. As a member of the SEC, Auburn has a tough away schedule too; playing LSU Tigers Football in the Tiger Bowl (avg. $269), Texas A&M Aggies Football (avg. $227), Tennessee Volunteers Football (avg. $153), and Arkansas ($122) on the road.