Jana Tarleton loves all things Auburn. She loves Auburn football, the Auburn spirit,the Auburn family and Auburn University. With a personality that fits the color orange itself, she is like a fiery ball of sunshine, pleasant and powerful at the same time. A strong seasoned southern accent accompanies her voice, a sign of years of experience in the South.
Most days, Tarleton is dressed head to toe in orange and blue, accompanied by an orange purse. Even her cell phone is…
Over 78,000 fans came out to support their Auburn Tigers on Saturday. Unlike a normal day at Jordan-Hare Stadium, however, the victory was already won. With 22-19 on the scoreboard and students covering the field, the Auburn family celebrated the BCS championship win over Oregon on January 10.…
It felt like game day in January on Saturday as approximately 78,000 Auburn fans poured into Jordan-Hare Stadium for the National Championship celebration. The celebration took place at 1 p.m. and lasted for an hour.
The city of Auburn was crowded as if it were a normal game day during football season. Auburn fans, decked in their orange and blue attire, waited in lines to enter the stadium nearly two hours before the event. Some even chose to tailgate before and after. Admission…
Pulling onto campus most would think Auburn was getting ready for a regular weekend of SEC football. With roughly 78,000 people on campus, they were actually celebrating the most important win of the year for the Auburn family — the BCS National…
“It’s another great day in Auburn,” proclaims Auburn Mayor Bill Ham.
But today was not just the typical great day in Auburn. It was the day that many had dreamed for their entire life.
After a 53-year drought, more than 70,000 fans dressed from head to toe in orange and blue, gathered in Jordan-Hare Stadium to relive the moments of an undefeated, national championship season with fellow members of the Auburn family which no one will soon forget.
It looked as if it were gameday on the Plains as thousands of Auburn football fans gathered in Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday, January 22, 2011, in celebration of the 2010 BCS National Championship and 14-0 season. This is the second BCS…Continue
Added by Kellie Camuso on January 26, 2011 at 6:30pm —
Aside from the lack of an opponent and hundreds of students roaming around Pat Dye Field, an onlooker might have thought it was a game day at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Though no football was played, the Auburn Family cheered and chanted for the victorious team with the same enthusiasm.
Auburn University recognized the BCS National Championship team Saturday afternoon with a celebration open to the public. Fans received complementary National Championship posters as they entered the gates.… Continue
Added by Chelsea Pound on January 26, 2011 at 6:30pm —
It is a moment that many Auburn fans will never forget. After Auburn football star, Zac Etheridge, lay motionless on the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium for over 20 minutes, he gave a thumbs-up to fans as he was carried off on a stretcher.
...It is one week away until my road march in honor of Shon Coleman and cancer research at St. Jude. I am working vigorously to get the word out to not just the Auburn Family, but college football fans across the nation. I want to thank those of you who have already contributed through monetary means, prayer, and support. The children across the country going through this fight cannot go into battle alone. I will quote Shon's mother when i say this: EVERY DONATION LITERALLY SAVES A CHILD'S…
With hopes to transition from an NFL quarterback to an owner of his own daycare, Auburn football’s newest quarterback Cameron Newton is no stranger to the words “move” and “change.”
The 5-star junior college signee set foot on the Plains this semester not only as a sociology major, but as a potential starting quarterback for the Tigers’ next season. Newton described his long, but destined arrival to Auburn.
“I have always had a place in my heart for Auburn out of high… Continue
After a few months of working out, training, staying in shape and keeping in touch with his fans, Ben Tate, former Auburn running back, is ready for what lies ahead of him in the world of professional football. While the future is exciting to him, he acknowledges that his Auburn Family has had an impact on him as a person as well as his game.
Hard work is something that Tate attributes much of his success to. "I believe in hard work like the Auburn Creed says," Tate said, "and that's… Continue
Auburn University football is back in 2010 with a new set of recruits, a solid deposit of veteran players and a team of coaches that will set you on edge for an entire game. Auburn’s stadium hosted more than 63,000 screaming fans, an A-Day record, on April 17.
Instead of an opponent, Auburn’s offence and defense acted as… Continue
Added by Megen Heslip on April 19, 2010 at 12:53pm —
Heading into the 2009 Iron Bowl with a 7-4 record is an impressive feat for Auburn University's young football team that faced a challenging schedule. Early and pre-season chatter among Auburn fans yielded mixed feelings on how the season, specifically the Iron Bowl, would turn out.
Amid the chatter was an uproar from students and fans, unhappy about the game being slotted for the 1:30 p.m. spot on CBS, on Friday, Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving.
Ole Miss fans were shaking in their rain boots last Saturday, and not just because of Auburn’s 33-20 victory.
Paige Reiber, an Auburn University senior, was present in navy attire on Saturday for Auburn’s first “Navy Nightmare.” “Navy Nightmare” was a campaign led by the Student Government Association (SGA) to encourage students to attend the Halloween game despite the weather, early kickoff time and recent scores. Students were asked to wear all navy to the game vs. Ole Miss. SGA… Continue