Auburn Tigers College Football Odds

Auburn Tigers College Football Betting

Auburn Tigers College Football Betting

The regular season has ended for the Auburn Tigers, but the most important season is about to begin. “Silly Season,” also known as the coaching carousel, is riding at full speed. And Auburn will be one of the key players. Auburn made a terrible mistake by hiring Bryan Harsin, who built a solid record as head coach of the Boise State Broncos. Harsin proved to be a perfect coach for a league like the Mountain West Conference. But he was totally out of his element in the cut-throat SEC. Auburn figured a hire out of left field like Harsin would neutralize their meddlesome boosters. Instead, those boosters revolted and went rogue to get rid of Harsin by any means necessary. The Auburn soap opera raises the question of what sane coach would leave another job to take over on the Plains. The reason is quite simple. You can win a national championship at Auburn.

Auburn Tigers Weekly Matchup

The Auburn Tigers will play in a bowl game yet to be determined. Please check back for updates on the bowl matchup, opponent, and related information.

Auburn Tigers Weekly Recap

Last game, the Auburn Tigers lost 49-27 against the Alabama Crimson Tide as 21.5-point road dogs. The game went over the total of 51. Auburn has a record of 5-7 straight up, 5-7 against the spread, and 8-4 over/under the total. Auburn ranks 79th for total offense, 118th for passing, 19th for rushing and 87th for scoring. Defensively they rank 82nd overall, 65th against the pass, 96th against the rush, and 99th for points allowed. Also, Auburn ranks 106th for fewest turnovers lost and 113th for takeaways.

Bryce Young, a junior, completed 20 of 30 passes with an interception and ran for 48 yards. The 2021 Heisman Trophy winner, whose season was impacted by a shoulder injury, is projected as a high NFL draft pick if he leaves early. So is Tide All-America linebacker Will Anderson Jr., who had a couple of fourth-quarter sacks.

Bryce Young and Alabama got to win No. 10, even if title No. 7 isn't in the cards.

Young passed for 343 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score in perhaps his final home game for No. 8 Alabama, leading the Crimson Tide past Auburn 49-27 in Saturday's Iron Bowl. Alabama reached double digits in wins for the 15th consecutive season but is nearly certain to fall short of those ever-present national title aspirations.

The Tigers were trying to ensure bowl eligibility and salvage a disappointing campaign that included the October 31 firing of coach Bryan Harsin.

Auburn ran for 318 yards, its most against Alabama since gaining 355 in 1983. But the Tigers' passing game was pretty much nonexistent. Quarterback Robby Ashford became the first Auburn player to run for two touchdowns in the Iron Bowl since Carnell Williams - now the Tigers' interim coach - in 2003.

Ashford gained 121 yards on the ground but passed for just 77, though that included a pretty much perfect 20-yard touchdown pass to J'aVarrious Johnson in the right corner of the end zone.

Jarquez Hunter ran 11 times for 134 yards but also lost a fumble. It was his third straight 100-yard game.

For Auburn, the week was dominated by speculation about who athletic director John Cohen would hire to replace Harsin. The most talked-about candidate, Mississippi's Lane Kiffin, said he's staying put. Liberty's Hugh Freeze said after his team's regular-season finale Saturday he hadn't been offered the job but confirmed his interest.

Tide coach Nick Saban said criticism after his team's two last-play losses ''really united the players.''

2022 Auburn Tigers Schedule

Sep 3 vs. Mercer W 42-16 1-0
Sep 10 vs. San Jose State W 24-16 2-0
Sep 18 vs. Penn State L 12-41 2-1
Sep 25 vs. Missouri W 17-14 3-1
Oct 1 vs. LSU L 17-21 3-2
Oct 8 at Georgia L 10-42 3-3
Oct 15 at Mississippi L 34-48 3-4
Oct 22 OFF
Oct 29 vs. Arkansas L 27-41 3-5
Nov 5 at Mississippi State L 33-39 3-6
Nov 12 vs. Texas A&M W 13-10 4-6
Nov 19 vs. WKU W 41-17 5-6
Nov 26 at. Alabama L 27-49 5-7
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