Alabama vs Auburn 2013 Football
Saturday, November 30, 2013
Auburn, AL– Jordan Hare Stadium
Iron Bowl 2013
If you are from the state of Alabama, you wait all season for this game. Traditionally the last game of the season, this is one of the SEC’s longest lasting and hardest fought rivalries and in the past has often preparation for the SEC Championship Game. Both Auburn and the Alabama Crimson Tide Football schedules are tough. There is no question that this Alabama vs Auburn 2013 football game will sell out almost before it goes on sale. For 2013 the game will be played in Auburn.
Alabama vs Auburn 2013 Football Ticket Info
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Iron Bowl Factoids
For many years this Alabama rivalry football game called the Iron Bowl game was played in Birmingham, a neutral city between the two schools that had a field big enough to hold all the fans. Historically Birmingham was a major player in the iron and steel industry in the south, and thus the nickname Iron Bowl for this game that was played in Legion Field until the late 80′s when each team expanded their stadiums to be able to hold all the fans.
Currently Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa holds over 101,000 and you can expect each and every one of them to be filled for this game. Jordan-Hare in Auburn has a capacity of over 87,000 unless there is another expansion and you know those seats are hard to come by.
The game is traditionally played the Saturday following Thanksgiving to close out the season and often settle who goes to the SEC championship game. In the 90′s the two schools moved the game back a week and make the post Thanksgiving week a bye so they could rest up for the championship but eventually in 2007 the SEC nixed that plan not wanting to give any given team an advantage in the championship game.
The first Iron Bowl meeting was in 1893 and the teams have met 77 times with Alabama leading the series 42–34–1. Alabama won in 2011 and Auburn in 2010,