2014 Auburn Tigers Football Schedule
The Auburn Tigers are ready to take to the field and tear into the competition
as they look to return to the National Championship Game, which is always the ultimate goal of a team with the reputation
of Auburn. Last season, the Tigers finished with a 13-1 record (7-1 in SEC play) and went on to play in the BCS National Championship
Game, where they fell to the Florida State Seminoles in a thriller. The SEC is always exciting, with a rivalry every week
during the regular season and a schedule absolutely filled to the brim with great games that you know you'll want to be a
part of. You can count on the Tigers to be right in the heart of the action all season long again, as they have another very
tough team that has all types of potential.
So if you're looking for a great football program that is always bursting
with stars, you obviously came to the right place. Get out and see the Tigers as they look to pile up the wins and make some
serious noise in the SEC, though it's never easy in the hardest conference in college football. Home games at Jordan-Hare
Stadium against South Carolina (Oct. 25), Texas A&M (Nov. 8) and Samford (Nov. 22) are just a few of the huge matchups
that will have fans buzzing with excitement leading up to the opening kick-off. There is never a shortage of drama from season
to season, making it always a good time to get out and show your support as the Tigers look to give their fans another memorable
Don't forget about the road matchups either, as this is a fan base that always hits the road to travel with
the team and show some Tiger love away from home. Come out to see late-season matchups against Ole Miss (Nov. 1), Georgia
(Nov. 15) or Alabama (Nov. 29) and the experience will completely speak for itself, as the atmosphere is sure to be absolutely
unreal as the Tigers take on some of the other national powerhouses coming down the home stretch. This is a team that has
all types of fight, though, and they have their eyes on making some serious noise in the SEC, which is why they remain one
of those teams that you definitely have to keep your eye on as they look to make it happen.
Auburn Tigers Football
Division I football in the Southeast Conference, or SEC, is consistently considered the toughest in college
football. The University of Alabama Crimson Tide is the all-time SEC leaders with 23 conference titles and 15 national championships,
but the Auburn Tigers have made some serious strides and also have developed a major tradition of winning that makes them
one of the most touted programs in the nation. The SEC is home to some incredible rivalries from one season to the next, providing
matchups that feature superstars on the field every single play and some playmakers who are destined to star on the next level
as well. Put it all together and the Tigers have to stay on their toes just to remain in the mix in the SEC, but that's part
of the fun as this is a great program that enjoys beating the very best of the best from one season to the next.
SEC football is a way of life for their team's fans, and during football season, nothing is bigger
than an Auburn Tigers football game. Whether you have been to many football games at Jordan-Hare Stadium or looking for your
first, there is no sporting event quite like a Tigers home game, and it won't take long for you to figure out that for yourself.
Yup, when two SEC teams get together on the gridiron, you're just not going to be able to top the experience if you love the
spectacle of sport, particularly when you have a team like the Auburn Tigers that consistently vies for a national championship.
With a program that always seems to thrive on the pressure and a fan base that is one of the best you'll find anywhere, it
all comes together in a very big way every time the Tigers take to the field for a highly anticipated matchup.
Tigers Football History
The Auburn Tigers have long been a staple of the sports scene around the beautiful campus in
Auburn Alabama. The program actually dates all the way back to 1892, which is consistent with some of the other prominent
programs in the area. Over the years, the Tigers have piled up the accolades, memorable seasons and have had to expand their
trophy case a few times, as this is a team that always seems to be in the middle of the national title conversation. Even
in what is typically considered the gold standard for college football, the SEC, the Tigers routinely end up at the top of
the standings, which they did for the second time in four years with their conference title in 2013.
Do you know what Bo Jackson's 40-yard dash time was at the NFL combine?
The answer is 4.12, showing
off his freakish athletic abilities and creating some considerable buzz after his brilliant career dominating defenses for
the Auburn Tigers.
Auburn Tigers Football Fans
As with every SEC football team, football is king at Auburn
University and game day is a tradition in and around the campus. Playing their home games at Jordan-Hare Stadium, the Tigers
benefit from an incredible home-field advantage on Saturdays. Seating more than 87,000 screaming Tigers fans at every home
game, Jordan-Hare Stadium is consistently one of the loudest in the country. From the first game played here in 1939 when
it fit just over 7,000 fans, Jordan-Hare Stadium is feared by opponents and beloved by the home crowd. On any given Saturday,
Tigers fans band together, students, alumni and fans from all over Alabama, tailgating outside the stadium, making the pregame
experience one you will never forget. Add it all up and Auburn Tigers' football is simply a way of life around campus and
the surrounding community, and that's not likely to change anytime in the near future.