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Jordan-Hare Stadium!!!

Jordan-Hare Stadium is one of the most attractive stadiums in the country. Named for Ralph “Shug” Jordan, Auburn’s all-time winningest football coach, and Clifford Leroy Hare, a member of Auburn’s first football team, president of the old Southern Conference and longtime chairman of Auburn’s Faculty Athletic Committee. New York Newsday named Jordan-Hare the 2nd loudest stadium in all of College Football in 1996. Here is a brief history of Jordan-Hare's name changes and capacity seating.
1939 capacity was 7,500
1939-Auburn Stadium 1949 (21,500)
1949-Cliff Hare Stadium 1955 (34,500)
1973-Jordan-Hare 1960 (44,500)
1970 (61,261)
1980 (72,169)
1987 (85,214)

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Auburn vs. SEC in Jordan-Hare


SEC School    Record   Pct   AU Pts   Opp   Avg Score

Alabama 4-0 1.000 101 78 25-20 Arkansas 2-1-1 .625 104 69 26-17 Florida 19-6-1 .750 528 368 20-14 Georgia 7-11-2 .400 367 408 18-20 Kentucky 11-1 .917 328 101 27-8 LSU 4-4 .500 138 154 17-19 Ole Miss 8-0 1.000 193 69 24-9 Miss. State 21-4 .840 638 366 26-15 S. Carolina 1-0 1.000 28 24 28-24 Tennessee 5-2-1 .688 181 123 23-15 Vanderbilt 5-0 1.000 211 77 42-15
TOTAL : 87-29-5 .740 2817 1837 23-15

Auburn's All-Time Record in Jordan-Hare :
211-49-7 (.803)

Jordan-Hare's Largest Crowd :
85,319. A 30-20 win over Alabama on 12/2/89

Auburn's Longest Winning Streak in Jordan-Hare :
30 games covering a period of nine years. It began with a 3-0 win over Clemson in 1952 and ended with a 14-12 upset loss to Kentucky in 1961.

Largest Margin of Victory in Jordan-Hare :
66 points. A 76-10 win over UT-Chattanooga on 9/9/95.

Auburn's First Game in Jordan-Hare :
What is now Jordan-Hare Stadium was first opened and dedicated on Nov. 30, 1939, at the Auburn-Florida game. Babe McGehee, now an Auburn resident, scored the first touchdown in what was then called “Auburn Stadium,” catching a pass from Dick McGowen. McGowen, who later coached at Auburn for Jordan, kicked the extra point and Auburn tied Florida, 7-7.

Largest On-Campus Stadiums


Rank  Stadium (School)                 Capacity

1. Neyland (Tennessee) 102,544 2. Michigan (Michigan) 102,000 3. Beaver (Penn State) 93,000 4. Ohio (Ohio State) 91,470 5. Stanford (Stanford) 85,500 6. Sanford (Georgia) 85,434 7. Jordan-Hare (Auburn) 85,214 8. Ben Hill Griffin (Florida) 83,000 9. Williams-Brice (S. Carolina) 80,250 10. Tiger (LSU) 79,940

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Jordan-Hare Seating Chart!