Quick Facts
Auburn Football Tradition
Updated 11/22/14 
 
 Program History
 First Year of Football  1892 (2014 is 122nd season)
 Total Games  1,200
 All-Time Record  734-419-47 | Quick Results | Season-by-Season
 All-Time Winning Percentage  .63125
 Longest Win Streak  20 games (1993-1994)
 All-Time Points Scored  25,248 (21.04 points per game)
 All-Time Points Allowed  17,123 (14.26 points per game)
 10+ Win Seasons  13 (Last in 2013)
 Undefeated Seasons  12 (Last in 2010)
 
 Conference History
 Total Conference Games  754
 All-Time in Conference Play  407-314-33 (.561)
 Total Conference Titles  12 (Last in 2013)
 All-Time in SEC (1933-)  302-234-18 (.561) in 554 games
 SEC Championships  8 (2013, 2010, 2004, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1983, 1957)
 SEC Championship Game  3-2 (.600)
 SEC Western Division Titles
 8 (2013, 2010, 2005*, 2004, 2002*, 2001*, 2000, 1997)
*Co-Champions
 
 Team Honors
 NCAA Record Book-
 Recognized Champions
 2010 | 1993 | 1983 | 1957 | 1913
 Source: NCAA Record Book
 Bowl Appearances  38
 All-Time Bowl Record  22-14-2 (.605)
 Most Consecutive Bowl Games  9 (1982-1990)
 BCS Bowl Games  3 (2014 BCS, 2011 BCS, 2005 Sugar)
 Weeks at No. 1 in AP Poll  9
 Weeks in AP Top 5  129
 Weeks in AP Top 10  270
 Weeks in AP Top 25  526 of 1,083 polls since 1936
 Seasons Ranked in AP Poll  53 of 79 seasons since 1936
 Years in Preseason AP Poll  35 (of 65 -- preseason poll begin in 1950)
 Years in Final AP Poll  36 (of 78 polls)
 Average Final AP Ranking  10.9
 Longest Streak Ranked in AP  79 Weeks (1986-1990)
 Auburn's Record as AP No. 1  4-2 (.666) in six games
 Auburn's Record vs. AP No. 1  4-9 (.307) in 13 games
 Weeks Ranked Top 4 in Playoff  2
 Weeks Ranked in Playoff Top 25  3 (of 3 weekly standings)
 Weeks Ranked No. 1 in BCS  3
 Weeks Ranked Top 5 in BCS  20
 Weeks Ranked Top 10 in BCS  29
 Weeks Ranked in BCS  52 (of 124 weekly standings)
 
 Player Honors
 First-Team All-Americans  73 | by Jersey Number
 Unanimous | Consensus  8 Unanimous | 29 Consensus
 First-Team All-Conference  245 Honors
 National Award Winners  15
 Heisman Trophy Winners  3 (Cam Newton 2010, Bo Jackson 1985, Pat Sullivan 1971)
 Draft Picks  257 All-Time Draft Picks
 First-Round Draft Picks  30 First-Round Draft Picks
 No. 1 Overall Draft Picks  4 Overall No. 1 Draft Picks
 Tigers in Super Bowl  46 Appearances
 Tigers in Pro Bowl  67 Appearances
 Tigers in Senior Bowl  195 Players
 Tigers in Shrine Game  18 Players
 College Football Hall of Fame  12 Coaches & Players
 Alabama Sports Hall of Fame  54 Individuals
 
 Head Coaches
 Number of Head Coaches  26
 Most Victories  176, Ralph "Shug" Jordan (1951-1975)
 Longest Tenure  25 seasons, Ralph "Shug" Jordan (1951-1975)
 Most Conference Titles  4, Pat Dye (1981-1992)
 Most Bowl Wins  6, Pat Dye (1981-1992)
 Most Bowl Games  12, Ralph "Shug" Jordan (1951-1975)
 College Football Hall of Fame  4 (John Heisman, Mike Donahue, Shug Jordan, Pat Dye)
 
 Stadium
 Official Name  Jordan-Hare Stadium (since 1973)
 Previous Names  Auburn Stadium (1939-49), Cliff Hare Stadium (1949-73)
 Field Name / Field Type  Pat Dye Field (since 2005) / Natural Grass
 Year Opened  1939
 First Game at Stadium  November 30, 1939 (Tie: Auburn 7, Florida 7)
 Official Capacity  87,451
 Total Games Played at Stadium  385
 All-Time Stadium Record  303-75-7 (.796)
 
 University
 School Official Name  Auburn University
 Founded  1856
 School Location  Auburn, Ala. (pop. 56,908)
 Enrollment  24,864 (Fall 2013)
 Alumni  285,000+
 Official Colors  Burnt Orange & Navy Blue
 Nickname  Tigers
 Mascot  Aubie the Tiger
 Battle Cry  War Eagle!
 Fight Song  War Eagle
 
 
Auburn Football Tradition