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According to various sources and reviews we get to know that many say the famous “Jordan-Hare Stadium” of Auburn can accommodate 87,451 people, which indeed is true and many surveys and statistics show that it was not until the year 2004, when it was ranked as the 8th- largest among all on-campus stadiums in NCAA. So if you are a follower of the NCAA and a big fans of the Auburns then do show it to the world by wearing one of the Bo Jackson Autographed Auburn Tigers Mini Tri-star or even the Bo Jackson signed Auburn Tigers Replica Mini Helmet while the season is on the next time around. One fan even says that he would do anything to get the Bo Jackson Auburn Proline Helmet Autographed or the Courtney Taylor Autographed Auburn Tigers Mini Helmet to add to his collection.
According to various news channels and even a popular sports channel we get to know that they were named the football team national champions in 1957. Sources say that apart from Georgia with whom they compete in Deep South, Auburn’s main rival in football includes LSU Tigers, both of them having won the “SEC Western Division” championship two times.
According to many fans they say that it was by 2005 when Auburn University Football had won the “SEC Conference Championships” six times, had remained undefeated in eleven seasons, and when the conference was divided in 1992, won the championships of western division six times (1997, 2000-2002, 2004- 2005) and 3 Southeastern Conference Championship game trips (1997, then 2000 and finally in 2004).