Daily Archive for September 15th, 2009

Chizik to Fans: “Let’s turn it up a notch against WVU”

In a press conference Tuesday, Gene Chizik mentioned Auburn has the greatest fans and they should be excited about the future; but, they haven’t arrived yet. He said the football team gets a lot of energy from fans and challenged the fans to turn it up a notch this Saturday against WVU.

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LETS GO! IF YOU WENT TO WVU LAST YEAR THEN YOU KNOW WHY THOSE IMBRED FANS DESERVE EVERY BIT OF AN OLE FASHION BEAT DOWN ON THE PLAINS! I HAVE NEVER BEEN TREATED WITH SUCH DISRESPECT AT AN AWAY GAME EVER. LET’S SHOW THEM WHAT IT MEANS TO BE AN AUBURN FAN! I FOR ONE WILL BE THERE! LOUD AS HELL! WHO’S READY?! AUBURN CANNOT ALLOW THEM TO COME INTO THE JUNGLE AND MAN HANDLE US!

 BIG EAST BEATOWN 2009. HERE’S YOUR MOTIVATION:

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Easy way to obtain you IRON BOWL TICKET

Auburn has a limited number of six-game ticket packages available for its remaining home games, including the Iron Bowl, the school said Monday night. The package is $300.The six games in the package are West Virginia, Ball State, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Furman and Alabama.Auburn did not sell out its first two home games, attracting 81,143 for the season-opener and 85,269 for the second game in 87,451-seat Jordan-Hare Stadium.The ticket package can be ordered on the Internet at auburntigers.com or by calling the Auburn ticket office at 800-282-1957.Tickets are also available at the Auburn ticket office in Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum.Auburn says there are various seat locations in both the upper and lower decks. Tickets ordered on the Internet will be allocated and confirmed at time of purchase. The six-game package is the only available option to guarantee a ticket to the Iron Bowl.LINKGET ‘EM WHILE THEIR HOT!