Expectations vary for what Auburn football is going to accomplish during the upcoming 2021 season this fall.
The Tigers will have plenty of home-field advantages returning as the world emerges from the shadows of the darkness COVID-19 brought every facet of humanity for the past year and a half. 87,451 fans will be coordinating chants louder than anyone else in the state of Alabama is capable of. Tiger Walks will be returning to the pregame ritual. Skybar will be a sweaty shoulder-to-shoulder pit of boozy bliss once more.
The Plains will be restored to the pre-pandemic glory that made Auburn University one of the most prestigious places to play football in the nation.
Auburn football needs to move on from last year’s limited capacity/limited success that the 2020 season had at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Given the regime change and talent infusion through the transfer market that followed, six wins cannot happen again.
According to Athlon Sports, it won’t. Instead, a 7-5 or 8-4 finish will result instead: