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- Newspaper headlines of historic Tigers games from the 1930s onwards
- Free gold embossing and leatherette hardcover binding
- Features genuine articles as originally reported by the Washington Post
- Over 130 pages featuring 12.5 x 15 inches (newspaper size) of quality content
For decades, the Auburn Tigers have been a mainstay of the college football postseason program. The team have played in 44 bowl games in their history, and since the turn of the century have missed only two years. And now, with our brand new Auburn Tigers newspaper history book, you can relive many of those classic games through newspaper reports starting in the 1930s, as well as several other key moments in the history of a team with 16 conference championships and twelve undefeated seasons to their name.
Auburn’s second and most recent national title came in 2010, as, led by transferring Quarterback Cam Newton, the Tigers defeated Oregon 22-19 in a close-fought BCS National Championship Game, a last-second field goal eventually proving the difference. It was their first claimed national title for over half a century; the first had come in 1957, under coach Shug Jordan, following a perfect 10-0 season. Auburn University was also the alma mater of multi-sport great Bo Jackson, who won the Heisman Trophy while playing for the Tigers in 1985.
To see which of the Tigers’ biggest moments are featured in this newspaper book, take a look at the contents.
Personalizing Your Auburn Book
The person you’re buying for will feel truly special as you can include their Name on the opening page of the book along with a personalized Message. Your loved one can nostalgically dive into the history of the Auburn University Tigers with a special book created just for them! What’s more, their name will be embossed on the leatherette cover free of charge.
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