Jordan-Hare Stadium

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Jordan-Hare Stadium
Location Auburn, Alabama
Opened November 9, 1939
Other Names Cliff Hare Stadium (1949-73)
Auburn Stadium (1939-49)
Tenants Auburn Tigers (1939-present)

Jordan-Hare Stadium is the playing venue for the Auburn Tigers college football team located on campus in Auburn, Alabama. The stadium is named for Ralph "Shug" Jordan, who owns the most wins in school history, and Cliff Hare, a member of Auburn's first football team as well as Dean of the Auburn University School of Chemistry and President of the Southern Conference. On November 19, 2005, the playing field at the stadium was named in honor of former Auburn coach and athletic director Pat Dye. The venue is now known as Pat Dye Field at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football November 9, 1940 Auburn Tigers vs. Clemson Tigers Program
October 14, 1961 Auburn Tigers vs. Chattanooga Program
November 24, 1962 Auburn Tigers vs. Florida State Seminoles Program
November 14, 1964 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Program
October 14, 1967 Auburn Tigers vs. Clemson Tigers Program
November 16, 1968 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Program
November 8, 1969 Auburn Tigers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Program
October 24, 1970 Auburn Tigers vs. LSU Tigers Program
November 18, 1972 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Program
October 13, 1973 Auburn Tigers vs. LSU Tigers Program
October 27, 1973 Auburn Tigers vs. Houston Cougars Program
October 26, 1974 Auburn Tigers vs. Florida State Seminoles Program
November 13, 1976 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Program
November 15, 1980 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Program
October 24, 1981 Auburn Tigers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Program
September 18, 1982 Auburn Tigers vs. Southern Miss Golden Eagles Program
October 9, 1982 Auburn Tigers vs. Kentucky Wildcats Program
October 16, 1982 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Program
October 1, 1983 Auburn Tigers vs. Florida State Seminoles Program
October 22, 1983 Auburn Tigers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Program
October 29, 1983 Auburn Tigers vs. Florida Gators Program
September 22, 1984 Auburn Tigers vs. Southern Miss Golden Eagles Program
November 9, 1985 Auburn Tigers vs. East Carolina Pirates Program
October 14, 1989 Auburn Tigers vs. LSU Tigers Program
October 9, 1993 Auburn Tigers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Program
November 18, 1995 Auburn Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Program
November 11, 2017 Auburn Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Program
November 25, 2017 Auburn Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Program

See also

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