With anticipation for the upcoming 2010 Auburn College Football Season, I’ve taken a couple of moments to pull together a few resources related to the topic including the 2010 College Football Helmet Schedule for the SEC. Feel free to add resources of your own in the comments section at the bottom.
This page has been updated, October 25, 2010 with suggestions made in the comments and my own observations. As you should now know, Auburn was officially ranked #1 in the BCS for the first time in school history—Go Tigers! Along the same lines, Cameron Newton has taken Auburn to the next level with his record breaking performance—now considered the #1 candidate for the Heisman Trophy.

Auburn Football Websites

College Football Sites

SEC College Football Helmet Schedule

College Football TV Listings

College Football Podcasts

Where is Aubie

I threw this small puzzle together and thought it might be appropriate to share online. It’s a takeoff from the Where is Waldo puzzles. There are 10 Aubies in the photo, and your job is to locate all 10. Feel free to play by clicking on the post image or download the high-res jpeg.

Auburn Logos

I’m always in need of an Auburn logo for something. Either to post on a friends Facebook, email, place on a flier or advertisement. So I am supplying all my fellow Auburn fans with a resource to download the logos for themselves.

Auburn Football on Twitter

It has been explained to me via email that I committed a penalty by not including Auburn Football on Twitter in my list of resources. To that effect, I am now providing the list of Auburn Twitter accounts that I am aware of—feel free to comment your own.

23 Replies to “2010 Auburn Football”

  1. Got your email, how is the fam?
    We don’t get to go to the games anymore and there isn’t much time for TV between kids shows. The only time I can keep up with Auburn football is when I am online so your information is priceless.

    I didn’t know you were in business for yourself these days. How is that going?
    Call us when you find the time, and War Eagle!


  2. Thanks for taking the time to put this together, I am a huge Auburn fan and you’ve made my day. Whenever possible, I’d love for you to continue to update this post—perhaps making it a page that updates from season to season? I have found it extremely useful.


  3. Good site. You have a lot of good images. I’ve been keeping an eye on your photography posts, and enjoy them. But I couldn’t resist leaving a comment here to say, ROLL TIDE ROLL!


  4. War Eagle! Auburn goes to Ole Miss this weekend to continue an unbeaten season in hopes to play for the SEC Championship, and then on to the National Championship. The Ole Mis “Bears” are not as easy an opponent as some may think—expect this one to be close, and a nail biter all the way. Houston Nutt is due an upset this season—let’s hope it’s not this weekend! Read Track ’em Tigers weekly prediction here: http://www.trackemtigers.com/2010/10/28/1779644/mississippi-prediction-thread


  5. Your fun comes to an end on November 29. Auburn fans will be crying everywhere over the pain our defense will inflict on your precious Super-Cam. No one man team can beat the Tide! RTR!!!! In a short time, no one will care about your Auburn resource page.


  6. Its pretty amazing how much information has been published about Cam with none of it being confirmed. The media has been having a field day with Cam and for their sake I hope they are right. If they are no, I expect the Newton family to retaliate. War Eagle!


  7. Thanks everyone for the comments, although I find it somewhat dissatisfying that the most popular post on my site is the one least related to the main demographic. However, college football is a topic that crosses all boundaries and who better to receive the attention than Auburn?!

    Note: I will continue to update this post as additional information and resources come available—So, Feel free to continue to make suggestions in the comments.


  8. I’m really enjoying the theme/design of your website. Do you ever run into any browser compatibility problems? A small number of my blog visitors have complained about my website not working correctly in Explorer but looks great in Chrome. Do you have any suggestions to help fix this issue?


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