Auburn Gameday Central
 Game  (5) Auburn vs. South Carolina
 Date  Saturday, October 25, 2014
 Time  Kickoff at 6:39 p.m. CT
 Venue  Jordan-Hare Stadium (87,451)
 Info  Auburn Gameday Central
 TV  SEC Network / Video Online
 Radio  Auburn IMG Radio / Audio Online
 Sat  Satellite Radio: Sirius 126, XM 191
 Web / Live Stats / App
 Social  Twitter / Facebook / Instagram
Latest Info
Auburn Athletics provides the latest gameday info on Twitter @AuburnTigers and Please utilize the Auburn GameDay Fan Guide online or in print format for complete gameday information.
Weather Forecast
Saturday will be sunny and dry with highs in the mid 70s. Sunset is at 5:58 p.m. so the lights will be on at Jordan-Hare at kickoff. Temps will fall into the 50s by the fourth quarter. | Latest Forecast
Stadium   Campus   City
Ticket Information
The game is sold out. Tickets will be scanned at all gates. Please visit for complete ticket info. The Auburn University Athletics Department urges fans to use caution against counterfeit tickets. The Athletics Ticket Office provides an information page to educate fans.
 Weekend Timeline (all times Central)
 Thursday, Oct. 23
 2 p.m.  Hayfield on South Donahue open for RV Parking | More Info
 6 p.m.
 Auburn Soccer vs. Mississippi State (Auburn Soccer Complex) | More Info
 Friday, Oct. 24
 11 a.m.  East Coliseum and SRV lots close
 11:30 a.m.  Friday Football Luncheon (Letterman's Lounge). Ticket required | More Info
 2 p.m.  East Coliseum and SRV lots open
 3 p.m.  Lecture Series presented by Auburn Alumni Association | More Info
 4 p.m.  Football locker room tours, free. (Jordan-Hare Stadium - Gate 10 until 6 p.m.)
   Football, Fans & Feathers (Raptor Center) | More Info
   Campus open for Tailgating
 5 p.m.  Reverse Tiger Walk (front of Auburn Athletics Complex)
 6 p.m.
 Cafe Jordan-Hare. Ticket required. | More Info
 Saturday, Oct. 25
 8 a.m.  All Auburn Athletics-controlled parking lots open
   Tailgate dropoff locations open
 9 a.m.  Arena Tailgate Suites open
 10 a.m.  Auburn Arena Ticket Office, Lovelace Hall of Honor and Team Store open
 2:30 p.m.  Tiger Transit, Stadium Tram service begins | More Info
   Coca-Cola Tiger Fan Fest opens (Dawson & Nichols Center Lawn) | More Info
   Basketball Select-a-Seat Event, Practice (Arena) - Free Admission | More Info
 3:30 p.m.  Auburn Alumni Tent opens | More Info
 4:30 p.m.  Tiger Walk begins (intersection of Samford & Donahue to stadium)
   All gates open at Jordan-Hare Stadium | Stadium Map
   Red Diamond Tailgate Show, Verizon Autograph Tent (Plainsman Park parking lot)
 5:10 p.m.  Spirit March begins (east/west ends of Heisman and north/south ends of Donahue)
 5:15 p.m.  Pep Rally begins at the intersection of Heisman & Donahue
 6:22 p.m.  Eagle Flight
 6:26 p.m.  Auburn Marching Band show begins
 6:32 p.m.  National Anthem
 6:36 p.m.  Auburn Tigers take the field
 6:39 p.m.
 Kickoff of Auburn vs. South Carolina | Auburn Gameday Central
 Sunday, Oct. 26
 3 p.m.
 Auburn Soccer vs. Alabama (Auburn Soccer Complex) | More Info
Verizon Autograph Tent
The Verizon Autograph Tent opens two hours prior to kickoff. The tent is located beside the Red Diamond Tailgate Show in the parking lot of Plainsman Park. Expected attendees include: Stephen Davis Sr., Gerald Robinson, Neil Caudle, Chris Shelling, Aundray Bruce, Fred Smith, Smokey Hodge, Dominic Haston, T'Sharvan Bell, Clinton Durst, Brandon Johnson.
Please familiarize yourself with all parking, shuttle and traffic information detailed below to enhance your Auburn Gameday experience:
The logistics of gameday go smoother when you study these maps: Parking & Traffic | Gameday Map
RV Parking
RVs are a key component of the gameday experience at Auburn. View complete information: RV Parking
Shuttle Service
Shuttles begin each gameday four hours prior to kickoff from War Eagle Way to the stadium. Stadium Tram service also begins at this time.
Gameday Shuttle Service
Post-Game Traffic
Please view the post-game traffic map to understand traffic flow and best routes following the game:
Post-Game Traffic Map
There is nothing better than a fall Saturday in Auburn. From Tiger Walk to Toomer's Corner, our fans and traditions make Auburn's gameday experience the best in college football.
Auburn is renowned as one of the greatest tailgating schools in college football. We invite you to join the tradition that covers campus all weekend:
Tailgating at Auburn | Gameday Map
Tailgating Tents
Tents with stakes shorter than 12-inches may be set up after 4 p.m. on Fridays. Permits are required for any tent with stakes that are 12-inches or longer. Permit requests are handled online or (334) 844-4619.
Grills are not allowed within 50 feet of campus buildings or in other designated no-grill areas. All fires must be contained within grills or other containers designed specifically for that purpose. Extinguish charcoal fires thoroughly with water before leaving them unattended. Place extinguished charcoal in designated containers or remove it from campus for disposal. Do not dump charcoal on the ground or in dumpsters. Tailgating and grilling are not allowed in the parking decks.
Please keep campus beautiful by placing all trash and recycling in the proper bins located throughout the university tailgate areas, RV lots, and stadium for your convenience. Litter and recycling bags will also be distributed in tailgate areas and RV lots to help keep the university litter-free. Please see the Gameday map for trash and recycling locations.
Auburn football reaches a wide audience beyond the crowd inside Jordan-Hare Stadium:
TV & Radio
Auburn fans can follow the action live on TV and radio (check your local listings for specific channels):
TV: SEC Network | Auburn IMG Radio | Satellite Radio: Sirius 126, XM 191
Online Coverage is your online hub for all the action on Saturday. Fans can follow from around the world with live webcast, live audio, live stats and gameday blog direct from the stadium. We'll also update via Auburn's official social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram:
Live Blog | Watch Online | Listen Online | Live Stats | Auburn Social Media | Auburn Gameday App
Fans are encouraged to enter Jordan-Hare Stadium early to allow plenty of time to arrive at seats. All gates open two hours prior to kickoff.
Jordan-Hare Stadium | Seating Chart
Scanning Tickets
Auburn will scan tickets at the gates. The best way to ensure that lines move quickly is to:
Have your tickets out and ready
Each person should hold their own ticket
Present ticket with bar facing up
Tickets that have been duplicated will be active, deactivating any previous tickets
Do not bend or crease the bar code
Go to lesser-used gates for entrance
Prohibited Items
These items are not allowed inside Jordan-Hare Stadium:
Any items deemed inappropriate, hazardous or unsafe by venue personnel
Artificial noisemakers
Cameras with detachable lenses or lenses over four (4) inches
Large bags (12 x 12 x 12 is maximum size)
Outside food or drink
Stadium seats with arms
Video cameras
Checking Items
For your convenience, prohibited items can be securely checked at the Auburn Arena Scholarship Entry and picked up following the game. Items can be checked starting three (3) hours prior to kickoff. The checked item area closes one (1) hour post-game.
No Re-Entry
Per SEC regulations, if you leave the stadium, you must purchase another ticket to re-enter. If tickets are not available, you will not be allowed to re-enter.
Auburn has made many improvements to better serve our fans inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.
New for 2014 | Jordan-Hare Stadium | Seating Chart
A variety of food and drink options are available throughout the inner concourses of Jordan-Hare Stadium. Select concession stands accept credit cards. Concessions are also available outside the stadium prior to the game at Plainsman Park, outside the South End of Jordan-Hare Stadium and on the East Lawn of the stadium.
Concessions Map (PDF)
Fans can bring clear, empty water bottles into the stadium to fill with water once inside.
The smoking policy remains the same for Jordan-Hare Stadium. Smoking is limited to designated smoking areas only and is not allowed in seating area, restrooms, or First Aid Stations.
First Aid
The First Aid Stations are located adjacent to Section 46, East Upper Deck, and West Upper Deck.
Lost & Found
Any items found during the game are taken to the First Aid Station adjacent to Section 46. Lost items may be reclaimed at the First Aid Station. Items that are not picked up by the end of the game will be given to City of Auburn Police. Items turned over to the police may be picked up at the Police Department located at 161 North Ross Street, Auburn, AL 36830 during regular business hours.
The Auburn Athletics Department announced improvements to its gameday experience for 2014:
Jordan-Hare Stadium cellular DAS was upgraded for increased 4G data capacity.
Auburn's Gameday app streams free live audio of the Auburn IMG Network radio broadcast.
The videoboard features fan interaction via social media, with Instagram videos, Twitter posts, etc.
Auburn redesigned to streamline the ticket info and purchasing process.
The price of 20 oz. bottled water was reduced from $4 to $2.
The price of hot dogs was reduced from $4 to $3.
Additional "grab-and-go" concessions stands located around Gates 0 and 2.
Fans can now get mobile ticket delivery to their smartphones, which can be scanned directly from their devices at the gates of Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Bar codes added to the faculty/staff tickets to allow faculty/staff to enter any public gate making previously assigned gates available for all fans.
Young Alumni (0-3 years removed from Auburn University) can get a special discounted Tigers Unlimited membership of $130, along with their season ticket purchase, and sit in section 37 with their fellow young graduates. The program has sold out for 2014.
Ticket scalpers required to have a license to sell tickets around Auburn and Jordan-Hare Stadium. Scalpers will wear identification as part of that license. While this doesn't legitimize the tickets as authentic, it does give the buyer the ability to write down the name of the seller to notify the authorities if counterfeit tickets are identified.
Students can now get invested in Auburn football through the Tigers Unlimited U program which allows current students to join the foundation and begin earning double ticket priority points.
Fans will be allowed on the field at the conclusion of the Samford game.
Café Jordan-Hare, the unique dining experience at the 50 yard line, will be open Oct. 24.
The third annual military appreciation game is set for Nov. 8 vs. Texas A&M.
Guest Services
Gate 19 will be an exclusive entrance for Scholarship Donors. This gate was not previously open for access.
There will be bathroom attendants located in all the restrooms in the lower levels.
There will be increased free water stations on the concourse.
Restrooms in the lower level have added fans and audio for access to the Auburn IMG Network broadcasts.