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Auburn–Tulane football rivalry

 

Auburn–Tulane football rivalry

Auburn–Tulane football rivalry
First meeting November 25, 1902
Auburn 0, Tulane 0
Latest meeting October 21, 2006
Auburn 38, Tulane 13
Statistics
Meetings total 37
All-time series Tulane leads, 17–14–6 (.541)
Largest victory Tulane, 52–0 (1929)
Longest streak Tulane, 5 (1946–50)
Current streak Auburn, 1 (2006–present)

The Auburn–Tulane football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Auburn Tigers and Tulane Green Wave. The rivalry began in 1902. Tulane leads the series 17–14–6. The rivalry was notable for its back-and-forth nature, featuring 3 scoreless ties in a row from 1936 to 1938.[1]

Contents

  • Series history 1
  • Game results 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Series history

The first game took place on October 25, 1902, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Both teams played in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) until leaving in 1922 to form the Southern Conference. Tulane and Auburn were charter members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in 1932 and played annually until 1955. The rivalry was renewed in 2006.

Game results

Auburn victories Tulane victories Tie games
# Date Location Winner Score
1 October 25, 1902 New Orleans Tie 0–0
2 October 22, 1910 Gulfport, MS Auburn 33–0
3 October 14, 1921 New Orleans Auburn 14–0
4 November 11, 1922 Montgomery, AL Auburn 19–0
5 November 10, 1923 Montgomery, AL Tie 6–6
6 November 8, 1924 Montgomery, AL Tulane 14–6
7 October 31, 1925 Montgomery, AL Tulane 13–0
8 October 23, 1926 New Orleans Auburn 2–0
9 November 5, 1927 New Orleans Tie 6–6
10 November 10, 1928 New Orleans Tulane 13–12
11 November 9, 1929 New Orleans Tulane 52–0
12 November 8, 1930 New Orleans Tulane 21–0
13 November 7, 1931 Montgomery, AL Tulane 27–0
14 October 22, 1932 New Orleans Auburn 19–7
15 October 28, 1933 New Orleans Auburn 13–7
16 October 6, 1934 New Orleans Tulane 13–0
17 October 5, 1935 New Orleans Auburn 10–0
18 October 3, 1936 New Orleans Tie 0–0
19 October 2, 1937 New Orleans Tie 0–0
# Date Location Winner Score
20 October 1, 1938 New Orleans Tie 0–0
21 October 7, 1939 New Orleans Tulane 12–0
22 October 5, 1940 New Orleans Auburn 20–14
23 October 4, 1941 New Orleans Tulane 32–0
24 October 3, 1942 New Orleans Auburn 27–13
25 October 21, 1944 New Orleans Tulane 16–13
26 October 20, 1945 New Orleans Auburn 20–14
27 October 19, 1946 New Orleans Tulane 32–0
28 October 25, 1947 New Orleans Tulane 40–0
29 October 23, 1948 New Orleans #17 Tulane 21–6
30 October 22, 1949 New Orleans #20 Tulane 14–6
31 October 28, 1950 New Orleans Tulane 28–0
32 October 27, 1951 New Orleans Auburn 21–0
33 October 25, 1952 Mobile, AL Tulane 21–6
34 October 24, 1953 Mobile, AL Auburn 34–7
35 October 30, 1954 Mobile, AL Auburn 27–0
36 October 29, 1955 Auburn, AL Tulane 27–13
37 October 21, 2006 Auburn, AL #7 Auburn 38–13
Series: Tulane leads 17–14–6

Sources: 2011 Auburn Football Media Guide,[2] and College Football Data Warehouse.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Auburn-Tulane Meet Saturday". The Anniston Star. October 21, 1947. p. 8. Retrieved October 10, 2015 – via  
  2. ^ 2011 Auburn Tigers Football Media Guide, Auburn University Athletic Department, Auburn, Alabama, pp. 178–189, 191 (2011). Retrieved November 28, 2011.
  3. ^ College Football Data Warehouse, Auburn vs Tulane Retrieved November 24, 2011.
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