As of the Iron Bowl played on 11/27/09 in Auburn, Alabama leads the series with an overall record of 40-33-1.
The all-time series record is 2 wins for Florida vs 1 win for ISU
Clemson and LSU have met twice with LSU winning both games. The schools met in the 1959 Sugar Bowl (LSU won 7-0) and 1996 Peach Bowl (LSU won 10-7).
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Auburn has the all time record at 43-38-2
Through the 2008 season, Auburn and Virginia Tech have met 5 times in football with Auburn leading the all time series 3-1-1.
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As of the 2008 season, Alabama leads the all times series 20-13.
LSU leads 24-20 in the Head to Head vs Auburn
On 18th September 1999, La Tech beat Alabama in Birmingham by a score of 29-28.
Upon entering college in1949 everyone called the college Auburn. It was just too much to say Alabama Polytechnic Institute or even write it on a check. Besides just spelling Polytechnic was a chore so if the official name was used at all it was shortened to API. At that time, it was as if the city of Auburn was named after the school. At football games the cheer leaders would lead with the yell: AU -- BU -- RN and the stadium would join in Auburn, Auburn, Auburn. There was only one college at the time. That other school was called a University.
For football coaches that coached more than one season at Auburn, that is Mike Donahue who was head football coach between 1904-1922 and compiled a record of 106-35-5 for a winning percentage of .743.
The Auburn tigers are 6 and 1 out of the last 7 games, 7 and 3 out of the last 10 games. Bama won the 2008 game in Tuscalooser 36-0. Auburn finished 5-7 that year. Alabama holds the all time record 39-33-1. Alabama has a 32-15 record in games, played at Legion Field in Birmingham. While Auburn has a 7-2 record in games played at Jordan-Hare Stadium and a 4-1 record in games played at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Now you see why Alabama fans did not want the game moved away from Birmingham, AL. On December 2, 1989, Alabama came to Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium for the first time in the history of the rivalry. A sellout crowd would witness Auburn win its first true "home" game of the series, 30-20 over an Alabama team that entered the game unbeaten and ranked #2 in the country. *Auburn currently holds a 16-12 series advantage from 1982 - 2008. *1982 marking the final game legendary coach year Bear Bryant coached the Crimson Tide.
Auburn has won 5 SEC championships outright (1957, 1983, 1987, 2004, 2010) and been co-champion twice (1988, 1989). Since the SEC split into East and West Divisions, they have won 4 West Division titles (1997, 2000, 2004, 2010).