AUBURN, Ala. -- We're highlighting the atmosphere, traditions, history and big games that have made Saturdays at Jordan-Hare Stadium an unforgettable experience for thousands of Auburn fans.
Entering its 74th year as home of the Tigers, Jordan-Hare Stadium ranks as one of the largest on-campus stadiums in the country, seating more than 87,000 fans. Those fans are some of the most passionate in the country and the noise that cascades down from the stands can be deafening for opposing teams. Jordan-Hare Stadium is routinely recognized as one of the loudest venues in all of college football.
Using the hashtag #AUBeThere, Auburn fans will help us share the special experience of supporting the Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Watch for updates each weekday leading up to the 2013 season and get your tickets now for Coach Malzahn's inaugural season. War Eagle!
|Wednesday, July 24|
|Tuesday, July 23|
You never want to miss big-time plays at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Plays like Courtney Taylor's touchdown catch against LSU in 2004. Were you there? Let us know using #AUBeThere on Twitter.
Courtney Taylor's TD Catch Against LSU in 2004
Many on Twitter mentioned a "Big Catch" in the '93 Iron Bowl: Patrick Nix to Frank Sanders. An awesome catch and definitely a "Big Catch" moment in Jordan-Hare Stadium history. Where were you sitting in Jordan-Hare when Sanders dove across the goal line? Let us know using #AUBeThere on Twitter.
Frank Sanders TD Catch from Patrick Nix in 1993 Iron Bowl
|Monday, July 22|
There's no doubt Auburn fans are the best in the country and your enthusiasm proves it. The first mention of #AUBeThere set off a firestorm of Jordan-Hare gameday favorites. Check out the top three mentions on the Auburn Facebook page and keep the favorites coming!