Auburn Tigers National Championship History
1957 National Championship | 2010 National Championship
The Auburn Tigers have won two national championships in college football. The first was in 1957 and the second one, just recently in 2010. Both teams were very special in how both seasons unfolded.
In 1957, Auburn went 10-0 and was clearly the consensus #1 at the end of the season as reported by the Associated Press (AP).
10-0 Auburn Tigers 1957 National Championship Season:
September 28 at Tennessee - Won, 7–0
October 5 vs. Chattanooga - Won 40–7
October 12 vs. Kentucky - Won 6–0
October 19 at Georgia Tech - Won 3–0
October 26 at Houston - Won 48–7
November 2 vs. Florida - Won 13–0
November 9 vs. Mississippi State - Won 15–7
November 16 vs. Georgia - Won 6–0
November 23 at Florida State - Won 29–7
November 30 vs. Alabama at Legion Field • B'ham, AL - Won 40–0
In 2010, Auburn started off the season unranked but steadily improved as the season progressed under the leadership of Cam Newton.
14-0 Auburn Tigers 2010 National Championship Season:
September 4 vs. Arkansas State - Won 52–26
September 9 at Mississippi State - Won 17–14
September 18 vs. Clemson -Won 27–24 OT
September 25 vs. #12 South Carolina - Won 35–27
October 2 vs. Louisiana–Monroe - Won 52–3
October 9 at Kentucky - Won 37–34
October 16 vs. #12 Arkansas - Won 65–43
October 23 vs. #6 LSU - Won 24–17
October 30 at Ole Miss Rebels - Won 51–31
November 6 vs. Chattanooga - Won 62–24
November 13 vs. Georgia - Won 49–31
November 26 at #9 Alabama - Won 28–27 ...Greatest comeback
December 4 vs. #18 South Carolina - SEC Championships - Won 56-17
January 10 vs. #2 Oregon - BCS National Championship - Won 22–19
In 2013, Auburn's "from the outhouse to the penthouse," as many AU players defined it, might be the greatest season of all time. Coming off a 3-9 season in 2012, first year coach Gus Malzahn led Auburn to a 12-2 season and a national spotlight as they took on Florida State in the final BCS national championship game. The Tigers lost 31-34 but walked away champions in the hearts of many Auburn faithful.
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