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Auburn Tigers Football 2015 News and Updates
7/16/15 - Oddly enough, the national media chose Auburn Tigers Football to finish second place among SEC West teams in 2015 but chose the team to take the overall SEC title. In 23 years of polling, the media has never before picked a champion that wasn’t also expected to take the division. Regardless, Tiger fans can take some pride in their squad securing 96 votes to Bama’s 80 in the overall SEC rankings. Georgia, LSU and Ole Miss round out the top five according to those polled. Auburn Tigers Football kicks off in early September, but you don’t have to wait to secure your tickets! Get your seats at the Georgia Dome now with ticket prices starting at just $58 for opening day. The Tigers will take on the Louisville Cardinals and it should be a barn-burner!
6/22/15 - You might think that because college football season is still a few months off that not much is going on. If so, you are wrong. The Auburn Tigers football program is working hard to find a replacement for their starting running back position that was played by Cameron Artis-Payne last year, who was drafted into the NFL. Those who are in the running for the coveted position this fall are Roc Thomas, Peyton Barber and Jovon Robinson. Roc Thomas is a five start player who was able to play as Artis-Payne’s back up running back last year and has packed on some serious muscle during the off season. See who steps up to the plate to fill in the running back hole when the Tigers start their season in September. Tickets are available for all season games.
5/25/15 - Although summer for college football is a quiet time on the field, the Auburn Tigers football team has news to share with fans. This week, Blake Countess, former cornerback from Michigan, announced his transfer to Auburn for the 2015 season. As a graduate transfer, he has immediate eligibility for play. He had a strong career in Michigan, starting 30 games and making the All-Big Ten honorable mention. Another transfer to the team will be Tray Matthews, hailing from Georgia after sitting out last season. However, just as these new players head to Auburn, three have chosen to leave. Kamryn Melton, Derrick Moncrief, and Joe Turner have transferred to other teams. Tickets for the 2015 season are already on sale, with prices for the opening game against the Louisville Cardinals starting at $42.
12/1/14 - College football enthusiasts were glued to their television sets last Saturday as the Auburn Tigers nearly upset the number one ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. The Tigers were ahead 36-27 at one point in the Iron Bowl, but the Crimson Tide came from behind scoring 28 consecutive points to win the game. After settling for field goals on five separate trips to the red zone, the Tigers were burned time and time again by Alabama’s star running back, Amari Cooper. The final Iron Bowl score was 55-44. Auburn ends the regular season with an 8-4 record, losing three SEC games in a row. However, the game was hard fought. Auburn’s quarterback Nick Marshall achieved school records of 456 yards passing and 505 total yards. Auburn Tigers football will rise again, and renew its playoff hopes next season.
11/26/14 - Last weekend, the Auburn Tigers took on a tough Georgia team. It was a game they were hoping to dominate, but they ended up losing with a final score of 7-34. They simply couldn’t pull the trigger on the offensive end, and they will need to make the adjustments if they want to rebound off this tough loss. In their loss, quarterback Nick Marshall only went on to throw for 112 yards with 1 interception. He will need to pick up his play in hopes of getting his team a win next weekend. Their defense will also need to stop the run better. Up next for them is a game against Samford. This is a very winnable game for them, and tickets are available now. They are starting out at $15.
11/20/14 - Last weekend, the Auburn Tigers took on Georgia. They were favored to win, but things didn’t go their way. They ended up losing with the final score being 7-34. It was a dominate loss, and they will need to adjust a lot of things both offensively and defensively in order to come out with a win next weekend. In their blowout-loss, their quarterback Nick Marshall only tacked on 112 yards and had 1 interception. He failed to do anything really substantial, and they will need him to pick it up if they want to turn their season around. A huge reason why they lost was because of their inability to stop the run. Georgia’s running back rushed for 144 yards and had 2 touchdowns. They will need to adjust their defensive scheme next weekend, which will be against Samford. Tickets for next weekend’s game can be bought now, and you can get them for $28.
11/10/14 - After a difficult loss to Texas A&M, the Auburn Tigers Football team is looking forward to beating the Georgia Bulldogs when they travel to Sanford Stadium in Athens, GA. Auburn won the 2013 game and lead the overall series in one of the deep South’s oldest football rivalries that started in 1892 when the teams first met. The Tigers lead the series at 55-54-8, and both teams will give their all to take this win home for their fans. If the Tigers don’t win, they may not have a chance to make the SEC Championship playoffs. You need to get your tickets to this hot game and support your team! Both the Bulldogs and the Tigers are going to be playing tough until the final minute.
11/3/14 - After their poor showing during the 2012 season, the Auburn Tigers have been making a big comeback so far this year. Winning at 7-1 this season, the team now stands at second place in the West division after their recent victory against fellow top 10 competitor Ole Miss. At this game the Tigers continued to display their penchant for close wins with a 35-31 victory away from home at Oxford, Mississippi. As they prepare for the upcoming game against Texas A&M on November eighth, the team feels confident. Training daily to beef up their defensive power, the Tigers are as eager as anyone to see this winning streak continue. Find out for yourself directly from a seat at the stadium, with tickets starting as low as $54.
10/27/14 - During the playoff game Saturday night, the Auburn Tigers football team pulled a win against the Mississippi Rebels. It was the first College Football Playoff knockout game of the season and it proved to be a close one with a final score of 35-31. Auburn linebacker Kris Frost forced a fumble in the end zone, which was recovered by Cassanova McKinzy. This was a major play that preserved the Tiger’s victory in the last quarter of the game. With this win, the Tigers, who are ranked fourth in the league, managed to knock the seventh-ranked Rebels out of the playoffs. With 507 yards gained against the top scoring defense in the league, the Tigers proved that they are going to be a tough competitor in the upcoming games. The next game against the Texas A&M Aggies is to take place at Jordan Hare Stadium on Saturday, November 8. Get your tickets now with prices starting at only $45.
9/17/14 - The Auburn Tigers are 2-0 on the season, and undefeated at home. With victories over Arkansas and San Jose State, the Tigers are 3rd in the West Division and face their biggest challenge thus far in tomorrow’s SEC vs. Big 12 game—a.k.a Cat Fight. The Tigers are pitted the No. 20-ranked Kansas State Wildcats in what will be the team’s first road trip of the year. Support your AU on the road with Auburn Tigers tickets in hostile territory! Get in for $70 on Thursday, Sept. 18, at the Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium in Kansas.
8/6/14 – We are less than four weeks away from the Auburn Tigers Football season opener! Fall practice got underway last week, with veterans and freshies alike suiting up in full pads. Auburn returns 14 starters on offense and defense from their SEC Championship and BCS National Championship runner-up squad, which tallies the third highest percentage of returning players in the Conference (aside from South Carolina, Mississippi State). The 2014 Auburn Tigers Football schedule opens up with an exciting Week 1 match against Arkansas, who will travel to Alabama desperate to bounce back from a three-win season. Gus Malzahn had quite a debut last season, now imagine what he can do in his second year as head coach—and see it in person with Auburn Tigers tickets! Quarterback Nick Marshall may be benched for the opener, but you can get in on the action for $62 minimum on Saturday, Aug. 30.
7/20/14 – SEC media days have just wrapped up, but one important Auburn Tigers Football player wasn’t in attendance. Starting quarterback Nick Marshall did not appear at the two-day event following his citation for possession of a controlled substance on Friday. The QB will only need to pay a small fine for his transgression, and has not met suspension as of now. Tight end CJ Uzomah took place of Marshall at media days last week, leaving coach Gus Malzahn to “address it with [Marshall] accordingly.” Score Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Auburn Tigers Football tickets to see the QB focus his efforts on the field.
6/25/14 – The Auburn Tigers no longer have the luxury of being the underestimated dark horse like last season. Instead, they are the team to beat, and face a blistering schedule in 2014. Even though the Tigers are in for some brutal stretches, with eight games against bowl teams, their offense is expected to be even better than last year alongside a much-improved defense. Auburn will face four SEC teams in as many weeks, starting October 25 against South Carolina, followed by Ole Miss and Texas A&M. At the tail end of the stretch lies back-to-back SEC road games at Georgia and Alabama. The key would be getting off to a rolling start on the year and carrying the victorious momentum over into competitions with real contenders. Get Auburn Tigers tickets and see if Gus Malzhan and company can lock in an encore despite their tough schedule!
6/12/14 – Considering his experience and talent, senior Nick Marshall tops ESPN’s list of the top SEC quarterbacks. Guz Malsahn’s run-first offense proved the perfect complement to his athletically gifted QB, with a new artillery of playmaking weapons to further improve Marshall’s throwing. Other great talents with one year of Malsahn’s game under their belts are WR Sammie Coates, DT Gabe Wright and four offensive linemen. The are eight spots left to fill on both sides of the ball, with competition getting ready to heat up as summer rolls around. Who will win the starting positions come Aug 30th in their opener against SEC West rival Arkansas? Buy your Auburn Tigers tickets for as low as $63 to see for yourself!
6/4/14 – Looking for 2014 Iron Bowl tickets on the secondary market? Razorgator has a great selection of seats. While you will have to survive in Crimson Tide territory, breathe a sigh of relief knowing that Iron Bowl tickets are already cheaper than last year. At an average price of $578, you can cheer the Tigers on to their second straight victory against rival Alabama! The cheapest seat in Tuscaloosa in $260, $94 cheaper than the get-in price in 2013. Don’t wait, with both SEC powerhouses expected to be top 10 teams, prices are expected to jump if they can live up to expectations. Last year prices skyrocketed from an average $320 in September to $739 in two months!
5/20/14 – The SEC revealed its 12-year football rotation earlier today and its been determined that Auburn and Florida will not play for another four years! The Tigers will face South Carolina (avg. $192) this coming season, at Kentucky in 2015, at home against Vanderbilt in 2016, and at Missouri in 2017. Even further out, the Auburn Tigers host Tennessee in 2018, play at Florida in 2019 and Kentucky in 2020. Which teams does Auburn football always play? Permanent opponents include: Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Georgia. In 2014 Auburn will host Arkansas (avg. $162), LSU (avg. $253), and Texas A&M (avg. $194) at Jordan Hare Stadium.
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?
Will 2014 see the Auburn Tigers shock the world once more? After a very disappointing 2012 campaign that saw the Tigers fail to qualify for a bowl game for the first time since 2008, the Tigers – under the guidance of first-year coach Gus Malzahn – set the college football world abuzz with their stunning run-off win over in-state rival Alabama in the annual Iron Bowl rivalry game, then went on to roll over Missouri in the Southeastern Conference before running up against Florida State in the final Bowl Championship Series championship game. 2014 will bring the usual slate of SEC opponents, plus an intriguing non-conference road matchup with Kansas State.
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).
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.