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  • Larry Burton posted 1502 days ago

    Larry Burton

    Thanks for the fan vote Casey! And welcome to the Alabama Community! Now let's get you picture!

  • Adrienne West posted 1536 days ago

    Adrienne West

    Hey I just wanted to post this on your wall incase you didn't see it...I'm rather proud of it.

    Casey: Let me tell you a few things about Jordan Hare. People might not be afraid to play there but they should be. Auburn has nearly an 80% win rate there(79.7% to be exact) with 271 wins 69 losses and 7 ties. Sporting News columnist Matt Hayes called JH the 8th most intimidating stadium in the country. Sportsline.com rated the stadium 9th our of 25.
    Aside from being a tough place to play Auburn is famous for it's wonderful game day atmosphere. The Tiger Walk, rolling Toomers, Aubie(the winningest mascot in the country) and the Flight of the Eagle are all amazing celebrations of Auburn on game day.
    Adrian Karsten from ESPN said "It was my privilege to work the Auburn-Georgia game. When you see men and women shedding tears during the Tiger Walk, that is what college football is all about. As I made the turn in the Tiger Walk, and the band was there, well, if you can't get yourself up for a football game at that point, then something is wrong. When I walked toward the locker room, it was one of the greatest experiences of my life....football in the South is one thing, football at Auburn is something else."
    Syracuse Post Standard columnist, Bud Poliquin's comments after attending a game at Jordan-Hare. Among many other good things, he says, "Believe me on this. Please. I have descended into college football's Grand Canyon. I have stood in its Alps. I have gazed at its ocean sunset. I have attended a game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. And I've been changed forever."

    You are right in saying that Jordan Hare Stadium is not the Swamp, Death Valley or Bryant Denny(which are all great places). It is something entirely different perhaps in a category of it's own. Is it "better" than those stadiums or any other stadium in the country, maybe not, but it appears that the record books and the pundits have something else to say.
    You should attend a game there someday, Tiger Walk would enthrall you and the Flight of the Eagle would put you in awe and take your breath away. I hope you find this information interesting. Have a great day.

    Anyways hope you enjoy it.