Conference Championships
Auburn Football Tradition
Updated 04/04/14
 
2013 SEC Champions
 
Auburn has won 12 conference championships including eight in the SEC, one in the Southern and three in the SIAA (Southern Intercollegiate Athletics Association). The Tigers have more SEC titles (3) than any other team in the past 10 years (2013, 2010, 2004).
 
Conference Championships
Year Conference Record Overall All-Conference Head Coach
2013 SEC 7-1 12-2 3 Gus Malzahn
2010 SEC 8-0 14-0 4 Gene Chizik
2004 SEC 8-0 13-0 9 Tommy Tuberville
1989 SEC 6-1 10-2 6 Pat Dye
1988 SEC 6-1 10-2 12 Pat Dye
1987 SEC 5-0-1 9-1-2 10 Pat Dye
1983 SEC 6-0 11-1 8 Pat Dye
1957 SEC 7-0 10-0 2 Ralph "Shug" Jordan
1932 Southern 6-0-1 9-0-1 - Chet Wynne
1919 SIAA 5-1 8-1 - Mike Donahue
1914 SIAA 5-1 8-0-1 - Mike Donahue
1913 SIAA 7-0 8-0 - Mike Donahue
 
The SEC has staged a championship game between its two divisions since 1992. Auburn has won the SEC Western Division and advanced to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta five times. The Tigers lost their first two trips to the game but have won their last three.
 
SEC Championship Game
Year Score Att. MVP
2013 (3) Auburn 59, (5) Missouri 42 75,632 RB Tre Mason, Auburn
2010 (1) Auburn 56, (19) South Carolina 17 75,802 QB Cam Newton, Auburn
2004 (3) Auburn 38, (15) Tennessee 28 74,892 QB Jason Campbell, Auburn
2000 (7) Florida 28, (18) Auburn 6 73,427 QB Rex Grossman, Florida
1997 (3) Tennessee 30, (11) Auburn 29 74,896 QB Peyton Manning, Tennessee
 
Auburn has won or shared eight SEC Western Division titles since the conference began division play in 1992. The Tigers have advanced to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game five times.
 
SEC Western Division Titles
Year in SEC Overall Results & Co-Champions
2013 7-1 12-2 Defeated Missouri 59-42 in SEC Championship Game
2010 8-0 14-0 Defeated South Carolina 56-17 in SEC Championship Game
2005 7-1 9-3 Co-Champions with LSU, LSU won tiebreaker
2004 8-0 13-0 Defeated Tennessee 38-28 in SEC Championship Game
2002 5-3 9-4 Co-Champions with Arkansas, Alabama; Arkansas won tiebreaker
2001 5-3 7-5 Co-Champions with LSU, LSU won tiebreaker
2000 6-2 9-4 Lost to Florida 28-6 in SEC Championship Game
1997 6-2 10-3 Lost to Tennessee 30-29 in SEC Championship Game
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