There’s a new face in charge of Auburn football in 2021.
Bryan Harsin takes over as coach of the Tigers after seven years at Boise State, where he posted an impressive 69-19 record. Harsin replaces Gus Malzahn on the Plains and will try to help propel AU to not only its ninth consecutive bowl game, but also its first-ever appearance in the College Football Playoff sooner rather than later. Last year’s Tigers team was ranked as high as No. 7 in the country, but stumbled down the stretch to a 6-5 record, losing three of its final four contests.
Harsin will make his AU debut September 4 when Akron visits Jordan-Hare Stadium to take on the Tigers. Auburn hosts Alabama State in Week 2, then travels to Penn State for a highly-anticipated showdown in the electric ‘White Out’ atmosphere at Happy Valley. The trip to State College marks the Tigers’ first road game against a Big Ten foe in 90 years.
Auburn’s final eight games of the regular season will all be conference affairs against SEC foes, and there aren’t many easy games in the nation’s best league. Highlights to put on your calendar include a game at LSU October 2, a home date with Georgia October 9, a visit to Texas A&M November 6, and then--of course--the Iron Bowl. The Tigers finish the regular season by hosting the traditional rivalry game against Alabama on November 27.
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