Some facts about Auburn Tigers football include the fact that Auburn players have won three Heisman trophies as of 2015, tying the school at fourth place. Additionally, the Tigers have the 12th most wins in FBS history.Continue Reading
With an all-time record of 735-421-47, the Auburn Tigers have an all-time winning percentage of .631 as of 2015. Their longest winning streak took place between 1993 and 1994, when the Tigers went for 20 games undefeated.
As of 2015, the Tigers have won eight SEC championships. They have had 39 bowl appearances, with a record of 22-15-2. Since the beginning of the ranking system in 1936, the Auburn Tigers have been ranked 53 out of 79 seasons. Their longest streak as a ranked team in the AP polls was 79 weeks between 1986 and 1990.
As of 2015, the Auburn Tigers have produced 74 first-team All-American players. The Jordan-Hare Stadium, home of the Tigers, has an official capacity of 87,451 spectators. During game days, Auburn becomes the fifth-largest city in Alabama.
The Tigers’ mascot is Aubie the Tiger, and their battle cry is “war eagle.” It is a tradition to release an eagle to fly around the stadium before each football game.Learn more about American Football