Undefeated in 1993 and 2004, finished in the top 15 every year from 2004-2007.
Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium has a capacity of 87,451, ranking as the eighth-largest on-campus stadium in the NCAA.
As of 2009, AU Football has had 78 winning seasons, 35 bowl appearances, twenty-four 9+ win seasons, eleven undefeated seasons and ten conference championships.
The College Football Research Center lists Auburn as the 14th best college football program in history,with eight Auburn squads listed in Billingsley’s Top 200 Teams of All Time (1869–2006). ESPN ranked Auburn 21st overall and 22nd in the BCS era.
The Associated Press poll statistics show Auburn with the 11th best national record of being ranked in the final AP Poll and 12th overall (ranked 470 times out of 970 polls since the poll began in 1936), with an average ranking of 11.26. Since the Coaches Poll first released a final poll in 1950, Auburn has 25 seasons where the team finished in the top 20 in both the AP and Coaches Polls.
Auburn has the 13th most wins in D-1A college football. In terms of winning percentage, Auburn ranks as the 9th most successful team in the past 25 years with a 71.6% win rate (214–83–5) and 12th over the last 50 years with 63.0% (386–176–10). Of the 93 current I-A football programs that been active since Auburn first fielded a team 116 years ago, Auburn ranks 13th in winning percentage over that period.
There are a number of former Auburn players currently listed on NFL rosters. These players include nine running backs, seven linebackers, six wide receivers, three tight ends, eight cornerbacks, one quarterback, one placekicker and twenty linemen including six nose tackle, six guards, five offensive tackles and three defensive ends.
Yawn. I have never been so upset with the NCAA. The whole Cam Newton thing. The Ohio State situation. The BCS runs the show. The NCAA, well i'm not even really sure what their job is other than stickin it to ISU. College football is in REAL SAD SHAPE imo.
Go DUCKS!!!! Hope its a great game with ducks win ! Loved Jimmy Fallon last night ,with Sabatian Bachs metal Ballad for oregon! Was great!
no one is more pumped for this game than rebeccacy
Nope. I think its the whole NCAA crap and the blatancy with which they ignored a problem, then ineligible/eligible, coupled with a teams coach that stiffed us make my intrest down. (same reason Ohio st game had no interest)
I mean I know the ncaa stuff happens all the time but it was very in the open and I "think" the trophy for this year and that heisman thingy will probably be moot in a few years making even the history of this game even less important.
plus i dont have cable.
Even if Chizik wasn't coaching Auburn, I'd still be rooting for Oregon. Reason A is because of $Cam Newton and the absolute farce of an NCAA ruling regarding his status. Reason B is because I'm ******* sick of the SEC. I love to see cycles of power, and a team from the Pac-10 that is traditionally solid but never this good is a lot more likeable than a business-as-usual SEC program.
I really like Oregon's chances in this game because I see the 2 offensive units being equally incredible, and I think Oregon has the superior defense (although neither is very good). Defense wins championships.
QUACK. QUACK. QUACK.