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Auburn Football Announces 2013 Non-Conference Schedule

The 2013 Auburn football non-conference schedule will include home games against Washington State, Arkansas State, Western Carolina and Florida Atlantic.  Auburn's annual Spring Game, A-Day, will be held on April 20, 2013.

Auburn will open the 2013 season on Aug. 31 when it welcomes Washington State to Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Tigers host Arkansas State on Sept. 7 before beginning SEC play on Sept. 14 at home against Mississippi State. The Western Carolina game is slated for Oct. 12 with the Florida Atlantic game on Oct. 26.

The Tigers were originally slated to play Jacksonville State in 2013, however a scheduling conflict could not be resolved.

The 2013 SEC schedule, which was released last week, includes home games against Mississippi State (Sept. 14), Ole Miss (Oct. 5), Georgia (Nov. 16) and Alabama (Nov. 30). Auburn's SEC road schedule will include games at LSU (Sept. 21), Texas A&M (Oct. 19), Arkansas (Nov. 2) and Tennessee (Nov. 9).

The 2013 season will include two open weeks as the Tigers will have open dates on Sept. 28 and Nov. 23.

2013 AUBURN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Aug. 31          WASHINGTON STATE                              

Sept. 7            ARKANSAS STATE

Sept. 14         MISSISSIPPI STATE

Sept. 21         at LSU

Oct. 5              OLE MISS

Oct. 12            WESTERN CAROLINA

Oct. 19            at Texas A&M

Oct. 26            FLORIDA ATLANTIC                     

Nov. 2             at Arkansas

Nov. 9             at Tennessee

Nov. 16          GEORGIA

Nov. 30          ALABAMA

 

Open Dates: Sept. 28, Nov. 23

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