2013 Auburn Tigers football team

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2013 Auburn Tigers football
SEC Champion
SEC Western Division Co-Champions
ConferenceSoutheastern Conference Western Division
2013 record12-2 (7-1 SEC)
Head coachGus Malzahn (1st year)
Offensive coordinatorRhett Lashlee (1st year)
Offensive schemeHurry Up, No Huddle
Defensive coordinatorEllis Johnson (1st year)
Base defense4–2–5
Home stadiumJordan–Hare Stadium
(Capacity: 87,451)
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2013 Auburn Tigers football
SEC Champion
SEC Western Division Co-Champions
ConferenceSoutheastern Conference Western Division
2013 record12-2 (7-1 SEC)
Head coachGus Malzahn (1st year)
Offensive coordinatorRhett Lashlee (1st year)
Offensive schemeHurry Up, No Huddle
Defensive coordinatorEllis Johnson (1st year)
Base defense4–2–5
Home stadiumJordan–Hare Stadium
(Capacity: 87,451)
« 20122014 »
2013 SEC football standings
Conf  Overall
Team W L    W L 
Eastern Division
#5 Missouri x 71    122 
#4 South Carolina 62    112 
Georgia 53    85 
#24 Vanderbilt 44    94 
Florida 35    48 
Tennessee 26    57 
Kentucky 08    210 
Western Division
#2 Auburn xy 71    122 
#7 Alabama x 71    112 
#14 LSU 53    103 
#18 Texas A&M 44    94 
Mississippi State 35    76 
Ole Miss 35    85 
Arkansas 08    39 
Championship: Auburn 59, Missouri 42
† – BCS representative as champion
‡ – BCS at-large representative
x – Division champion/co-champions
y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll[1]

The 2013 Auburn Tigers football team represented Auburn University in the 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The team was coached by Gus Malzahn, who was in his first season as head coach at Auburn, although he served as offensive coordinator from 2009–2011. The Tigers played their home games at Jordan–Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama and competed in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).[2]

The 2013 season saw one of the biggest single-season turnarounds in college football history. Only a year after their worst season in 60 years—including only their third winless record in SEC play—the Tigers won their eighth SEC title and third of the championship game era, tallying a record of 12–2 (7–1 in SEC play).


After Gene Chizik's termination on November 25, 2012, Athletic Director Jay Jacobs formed a search committee headed by former Auburn Heisman Trophy winners Bo Jackson and Pat Sullivan along with fellow former player Mac Crawford to find the program's next head coach. The committee unanimously selected Arkansas State University head coach Gus Malzahn. On December 4, 2012 it was officially announced that Malzahn would assume the position of head coach at Auburn University.

On April 20, 2013, Auburn played their Spring game, known as the A-day game. 83,401 people attended the game at Jordan-Hare Stadium, breaking the previous record of 63,217 set in 2010.[3]

Recruiting class[edit]

NameHometownHigh school / collegeHeightWeight40Commit date
Montravius Adams
Vienna, GADooley County High School6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)290 lb (130 kg)N/AFeb 6, 2013 
Scout:5/5 stars   Rivals:5/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 89
Mackenro Alexander
Immokalee, FLImmokalee High School6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)190 lb (86 kg)N/AFeb 6, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 77
Cameron Artis-Payne
Harrisburg, PAAllen Hancock Community College5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)210 lb (95 kg)4.50Nov 8, 2012 
Scout:2/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Peyton Barber
Alpharetta, GAMilton High School5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)211 lb (96 kg)N/AFeb 3, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Ben Bradley
Norcross, GAHutchinson Community College6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)315 lb (143 kg)5.2Jan 7, 2013 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Daniel Carlson
Colorado Springs, COClassical Academy6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)195 lb (88 kg)N/AJul 1, 2012 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 79
Elijah Daniel
Avon, INAvon High School6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)249 lb (113 kg)4.80Feb 6, 2013 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 87
Devonte Danzey
Tampa, FLHutchinson Community College6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)285 lb (129 kg)N/ADec 25, 2012 
Scout:2/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 75
Marcus Davis
Delray Beach, FLAmerican Heritage School5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)170 lb (77 kg)N/AJan 27, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 77
Kenny Flowers
Lilburn, GAHutchinson Community College6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)225 lb (102 kg)N/AJan 25, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 77
Jonathan Ford
New Hope, ALNew Hope High School5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)190 lb (86 kg)N/AFeb 6, 2013 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 74
Khari Harding
Edmond, OKSanta Fe High School6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)205 lb (93 kg)4.6Jan 21, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 79
Jeremy Johnson
Montgomery, ALCarver School6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)215 lb (98 kg)N/AMay 20, 2012 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 83
Brandon King
Alabaster, ALHighland Community College6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)210 lb (95 kg)4.40Jan 5, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Carl Lawson
Alpharetta, GAMilton High School6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)253 lb (115 kg)4.70Mar 24, 2012 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:5/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 92
Nick Marshall
Pineview, GAGarden City Community College6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)190 lb (86 kg)N/AJan 14, 2013 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Kamryn Melton
Dothan, ALDothan High School5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)165 lb (75 kg)4.50Feb 27, 2012 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 79
Deon Mix
Batesville, MSSouth Panola High School6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)305 lb (138 kg)N/AFeb 6, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Earnest Robinson
Pinson, ALPinson Valley High School6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)200 lb (91 kg)4.80Feb 26, 2012 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 82
Jason Smith
Mobile, ALMcGill Toolen High School6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)187 lb (85 kg)4.50Jul 9, 2012 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 82
Tony Stevens
Orlando, FLEvans High School6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)175 lb (79 kg)N/AJan 20, 2013 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 83
Cameron Toney
Huntsville, ALHuntsville High School6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)225 lb (102 kg)N/AApr 14, 2012 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 80
Dominic Walker
Orlando, FLEvans High School6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)195 lb (88 kg)N/AJan 25, 2013 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A   ESPN grade: 83
Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: 14   Rivals: 8  ESPN: 11
  • ‡ Refers to 40 yard dash
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height, weight and 40 time.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.



August 316:00 p.m.Washington State*Jordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, ALESPNUW 31–24  85,095
September 76:30 p.m.Arkansas State*Jordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, ALSECRNW 38–9  83,246
September 146:00 p.m.Mississippi StateJordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, ALESPN2W 24–20  85,817
September 216:45 p.m.at #6 LSUTiger StadiumBaton Rouge, LA (Tiger Bowl)ESPNL 21–35  92,368
October 56:00 p.m.#24 Ole MissJordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, ALESPNUW 30–22  86,504
October 121:00 p.m.Western Carolina*daggerJordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, ALPPVW 62–3  84,171
October 192:30 p.m.at #7 Texas A&M#24Kyle FieldCollege Station, TXCBSW 45–41  87,165
October 266:30 p.m.Florida Atlantic*#11Jordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, ALSECRNW 45–10  85,517
November 25:00 p.m.at Arkansas#8Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, ARESPN2W 35–17  66,835
November 911:00 a.m.at Tennessee#7Neyland StadiumKnoxville, TNESPNW 55–23  102,455
November 162:30 p.m.#25 Georgia#7Jordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, AL (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry)CBSW 43–38  87,451
November 302:30 p.m.#1 Alabama#4Jordan–Hare Stadium • Auburn, AL (Iron Bowl)CBSW 34–28  87,451
December 73:00 p.m.vs. #5 Missouri#3Georgia DomeAtlanta, GA (SEC Championship Game)CBSW 59–42  75,632
January 67:30 p.m.vs. #1 Florida State*#2Rose BowlPasadena,CA (BCS National Championship Game)ESPNL 31–34  94,208
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Central Time.
Schedule Source: "2013 Auburn Tigers Football Schedule". FB Schedules. Retrieved December 31, 2012. 


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Game Notes[edit]

Washington State[edit]

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The Auburn Tigers got the Gus Malzahn era off to a winning start with a 31–24 victory over the Washington State Cougars. The Tigers forced three turnovers and were able to hang on late in the fourth quarter for the win. They were without defensive starter Dee Ford, Jeff Whitaker and Justin Garrett

The Tigers' passing offense didn't wow in Malzahn's debut as head coach, but Auburn 3 headed rushing attack amassed 297 yds on the ground. Tre Mason also returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score while Corey Grant broke free for a 75-yard touchdown run. Nick Marshall finished 10-of-19 for 99 yards in his Auburn debut with 31 yrds on the ground.

Star Robensen Theirize filling in for injured starter Justin Garrett won SEC Defensive Player of the week with 7 tackles and 2 interceptions, the last one perserving the game from going to overtime. Freshman DT Montravius Adams had a monster game and recorded a sack on his first play from scrimmage and haltered several Halliday passes from his pressure.

Arkansas State[edit]

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QB Nick Marshall found his passing game early going 4 for 5 on his opening drive and hitting freshman wide out Marcus Davis for his first touchdown pass of his Auburn career. Arkansas State marched down the field but Auburn halted them for a field goal then the offense once again marched down the field and scored on a 17 yrd td run by running back Corey Grant. The offense hit a lull but Auburn's defense played bend but not break stopping them on 2 consecutive 4th down tries. Before the half after missing receiver Sammie Coates several times, Marshall connected on a 68 yd streak pass for a td to build the lead to 21–3 at the half. Out of the locker room once again the Red Wolves marched the field, but Auburn's red zone defense held up and held them to a field goal. On Auburn's following possession, Marshall fumbled the ball at the Auburn 17 yd line. A big play by reserve end Justin Delaine once again forced a field goal making it 21–9. That boosted the defense confidence has they shut down the Red Wolves from then out collecting 23 QB Hurries, 13.5 tackles for loss, 2 sacks and a fumble recovery. Cameron Artis Payne and Tre Mason would punch in touchdowns. Payne had 19 touches for 102 yds and Mason at 14 touches for 99 yrds. Corey Grant finished with 40 yrds on 8 touches. Nick Marshall finished 10 of 17 for 167 yrds and 2 td's with 53 yrds rushing. He was sacked twice and fumbled the ball away once but still had no interceptions.Chris Davis lead the team on defense with 10 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and 3 pass break ups. Highly touted end Carl Lawson recorded his first sack and a forced fumble that was recovered by LB Jake Holland. LB Kris Frost was ejected for targeting on the QB Adam Kennedy, he played a good game after a poor game vs Washington State, he had 5 tackles at the time. Left tackle Shon Coleman after sitting out 3 years from a battle with leukiema came in late in the 4th quarter. Auburn outgained Arkansas State 468–422 the Red Wolves were penalized for their uniforms before kick off.

Mississippi State[edit]

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Auburn overcame a 3 point deficit with 2:06 remaining in the game after QB Nick Marshall and WR Marcus Davis lead them down the field.Marshall went 6 for 8 on the final drive hitting Davis 4 times and he picked up a first down on a 3rd and 10 to set up the final play. An 11 yd td grab by TE CJ Uzomah in the back on the end zone to go up 24–20. The defense held up for one more play. Marshall started off the game hot going 11 for 15 for 151 yds that included a 74 yard bomb to WR Quan Bray leading to a td. The offense lost their rhythm and Mississippi St was able to overcome a 11–0 deficit to come back and take the lead early in the 3rd Qtr 20–14. After that the defense held Mississipps St to 23 yrds on 6 possessions. Marshall got his own pass in the 3rd qtr for 37 yrds after the ball got batted in the air and he spun around the defender down the sideline. Auburn's ground game was shut down only registering 120 yds as Mississippi St loaded the box. This ended Auburn's 10 game SEC losing streak.


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Two 1st quarter turnovers put Auburn in a hole 14–0 in at a wet Death Valley. Auburn would trail 21–0 at halftime but a quick interception lead to a Tre Mason TD run. The teams would go back and forth but when it appeared place kicker Cody Parkey recovered his onside kick the refs overturned it ending it for Auburn 35–21. LSU's Jeremy Hill rushed for a career high 184 yrds and 3 rushing touchdowns. Auburn's Tre Mason had 132 yrds rushing in the game.

Ole Miss[edit]

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QB Nick Marshall rushed for 140 yards and 2 touchdowns and threw for 93 yrds as Auburn held on after nearly blowing a big lead. Auburn raced to a 27–9 lead before Marshall injured his knee. Auburn had back to back fumbles by Tre Mason and Cameron Artist Payne, letting Ole Miss close the game to 27–22. Safety Ryan Smith with Ole Miss driving intercepted the pass and Auburn raced down the field for a field goal to go up 30–22. Auburn finished off Ole Miss with back to back sacks by DT Gabe Wright and DE Carl Lawson. Robensen Theirize had a pick six in the 1st Quarter and freshman phenom Carl Lawson recorded 6 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. The Auburn defense finished with 6 sacks has DE Dee Ford and Gabe Wright also had 2 sacks a piece.

Western Carolina[edit]

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Freshman QB Jeremy Johnson earned his first start for an injured Nick Marshall. In 2 1/2 quarters he threw for 201 yards with 4 touchdowns and a pick and he rushed for 26 yards. Auburn amassed a school record 712 yards against an overmatched Western Carolina. TE Brandon Fulse and RT Patrick Miller were suspended prior to the game.

Texas A&M[edit]

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#7 Texas A&M141071041

Auburn's defense came up with a huge final stand to upset 7th rank Texas A&M. With 1:19 left in the game Auburn held a 45–41 lead. A&M's QB Johnny Manziel completed two big pass plays to WR Mike Evans to get it down to Auburn's 18 yard line. DE Dee Ford would come up with an 8 yard sack then Manziel would throw an incompletion. On the next play Manziel tried to run but was tackled by LB Kris Frost. Then on 4th and long Auburn Dee Ford sacked Manziel once again ending the game. QB Nick Marshall passed for 236 yrds and 2 TD's and ran for 100 yrds and 2 TD's, he had one fumble. Tre Mason added 178 yrds rushing and 2 TD's. The defenses recorded 7 tackles for loss, 3 sacks and 2 interceptions on the 3rd best offense in the nation. Ryan White who moved to safety that morning after Josh Hosley was injured recorded 5 tackles and an interception without knowing the proper alignments. Auburn's DE LaDarius Owens injured Johnny Manziel early in the 4th Quarter and he missed a series. Auburn would vault to No 11 in the first BCS Poll of the year.

Florida Atlantic[edit]

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The #7 Auburn Tigers hosted the #25 Georgia Bulldogs in Auburn. Auburn led 37–17 in the 4th quarter, but Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray led the Bulldogs to three straight touchdowns to take the lead 38–37 with less than 2 minutes to go. On 4th and 18, Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall, who was a defensive back for Georgia during the 2011 season, threw a Hail Mary pass, which was tipped by Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, right into the hands of Auburn sophomore wide receiver Ricardo Louis, scoring the game-winning touchdown with 25 seconds to go. Auburn's defense then held off Murray's late rally to win the game, 43–38.

Rod Bramblett, radio personality and voice of the Auburn Tigers, made the following call:

"Here's your ballgame. Nick Marshall stands in, steps up. Gonna throw down field just a home run ball and, uh, it is tip upped—and Louis caught it on the deflection! Louis is gonna score! Louis is gonna score! Louis is gonna score! Touchdown Auburn! Touchdown Auburn! A miracle in Jordan–Hare! A miracle in Jordan-Hare! 73 yards! And the Tigers with 25 seconds to go lead 43 to 38!"[4]


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In what has been dubbed "Kick Bama Kick" Auburn was looking to avenge two consecutive losses to Alabama. The Tigers had lost 14–42 in 2011 and 0–49 in 2012. Going into the game, Alabama had been ranked atop the polls all season, while Auburn was fourth in all major polls, making this the highest combined ranking ever in the Iron Bowl. Alabama struggled in the field goal kicking game all day, with kicker Cade Foster missing from 44 yards and 33 yards, and having one partially blocked from 44. With seven seconds left in regulation and the score tied at 28, Alabama's T. J. Yeldon made a long run as time expired. The play was reviewed from the replay booth, and one second was put back on the clock after finding Yeldon had actually gone out of bounds just before the end of regulation. Alabama opted to attempt a game-winning 57-yard field goal, but chose Freshman kicker Adam Griffith over Foster due to Foster's woes that day. Alabama missed its fourth field goal of the day with Griffith's attempt falling short. Auburn's Chris Davis fielded it nine yards deep in his own end zone, and with no Crimson Tide skill players in his path (the field goal unit was made up almost entirely of offensive linemen), sprinted for a 109 yard touchdown and a 34–28 Auburn win. Under NCAA scoring rules, Davis was only credited for 100 yards on the play. The win gave the Tigers the SEC West title and completed one of the biggest single-season turnarounds in SEC history; they had gone 0–8 in conference play a year earlier. It also all but ended Alabama's hopes for a third straight national title. With this win, Auburn clinched the SEC West and kept their national championship hopes alive, while putting an end to Alabama's undefeated season and damaging the Crimson Tide's hope for a third straight national championship.

Missouri (SEC Championship Game)[edit]

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Auburn's offense ran all over Missouri in a back and forth ball game, until Mizzou ran out of gas in the 4th Qtr. Auburn ran for a SEC Title game record of 536 yrds on the ground. RB Tre Mason set all rushing records with 304 yrds on 46 touches with 4 touchdowns. QB Nick Marshall added 101 yrds on the ground. Auburn opened the game with the ball but after a 1st down Marshall was stripped by Koly Ealy setting up Mizzou to go up 3-0. Auburn game right back quickly with a 38 yard strike to WR Sammie Coates for a td. Missouri would ansewer with a 28 yd strike to Dorial Beckham Greene. A catch that was dropped but Auburn never challenged. Auburn quickly ansewered after a 54 yard jailbreak screen to Sammie Coates and a 9 yrd Marshall td run. Koly Ealy would strip Marshall again and CB EJ Gaines would return the fumble for a td to go up 17-14. Auburn marched right down the field and scored on a 7 yard run by Mason. Missouri would kick a field goal to make it 21-20. But Mason took off for a 52 yard run and finished up the scoring drive with a 3 yrd run. Missouri would strike right before the half has Beckham Green got loose to make it 28-27. Missouri would take 34-31 lead in the 3rd qtr but then Auburn took over the game, outscoring them 28-8. Corey Grant would score on an 8 yard run after a 42 yard run by Marshall. Auburn's defense forced a 3 and out and Artis Payne would score on a 15 yrd run. Missouri scored quicked after a 65 yrd run by Henry Josey and completed the two pt conversion to make it 45-42. Auburn struck quick again with a 43 yard run by Grant and 23 yrd pass to Trovon Reed that was capped by 1 yrd td run by Mason. Mason final td run would put the game on ice 59-42. Later that night Michigan St defeated Ohio State making it possible for Auburn to play Florida State for the National Title. Auburn was the lowest rated pre-season team to ever make it to the title. The were not even in the top 50 and critics said they would only win 4 to 6 games.

Florida State (BCS National Championship Game)[edit]

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#1 Florida State Seminoles3732134

Coaching staff[edit]

NamePositionAlma materYear Entering
Gus MalzahnHead CoachHenderson State1st
Rodney GarnerAssociate Head Coach/Defensive Line/Recruiting CoordinatorAuburn1st
Rhett LashleeOffensive Coordinator/QuarterbacksArkansas1st
Dameyune CraigWide Receivers/Co-Offensive CoordinatorAuburn1st
Ellis JohnsonDefensive Coordinator/LinebackersThe Citadel1st
Charlie HarbisonSafeties/Co-Defensive CoordinatorGardner-Webb1st
Scott FountainTight Ends/Special teams CoordinatorSamford1st
Tim HortonRunning BacksArkansas1st
J.B. GrimesOffensive LineHenderson State1st
Melvin SmithCornerbacksMillsaps College1st
Ryan RussellHead Strength and Conditioning CoachAuburn1st


2013 Auburn Tigers roster


  • 6 Jeremy JohnsonFreshman
  • 12 Jonathan WallaceSophomore
  • 14 Nick MarshallJunior
  • 16 Tucker TubervilleFreshman
  • 17 Ben Durand – Sophomore

Running Backs

  • 20 Corey GrantRedshirt Junior
  • 21 Tre MasonJunior
  • 23 Johnathan FordFreshman
  • 25 Peyton BarberFreshman
  • 41 Patrick Lymon – Junior
  • 42 Chandler ShakespeareSenior
  • 44 Cameron Artis-PayneJunior
  • 45 Andrew Williams – Sophomore

Wide Receivers

  • 1 Trovon ReedRedshirt Junior
  • 3 Dominic WalkerFreshman
  • 4 Quan BrayJunior
  • 5 Ricardo LouisSophomore
  • 8 Tony StevensFreshman
  • 18 Sammie CoatesRedshirt Sophomore
  • 25 Kiehl FrazierJunior
  • 31 Mark White – Freshman
  • 33 Austin Powell – Junior
  • 39 B.J. Trimble – Junior
  • 80 Marcus DavisFreshman
  • 82 Melvin Ray – Sophomore
  • 84 Cade Hoffman – Freshman
  • 86 Dimitri Reese – Sophomore
  • 87 Gray King – Freshman
  • 89 Jaylon DensonJunior

Tight Ends/H-Backs

  • 11 Brandon FulseJunior
  • 32 Wade Norberg – Junior
  • 35 Jay ProschSenior
  • 40 Gage Batten – Freshman
  • 47 Spencer Smith – Freshman
  • 49 Patrick Young – Junior
  • 81 C.J. UzomahJunior
  • 83 Michael Clifton – Freshman
  • 85 Wirth Campbell – Sophomore

Offensive Line

  • 50 Reese DismukesJunior
  • 51 Patrick MillerSophomore
  • 53 Devonte DanzeySophomore
  • 56 Avery YoungRedshirt Freshman
  • 62 Chad SladeRedshirt Junior
  • 63 Alex KozanRedshirt Freshman
  • 65 Tunde FariyikeRedshirt Junior
  • 66 Kevin Austin – Freshman
  • 68 Kyle Bolstad – Freshman
  • 70 Robert LeffRedshirt Freshman
  • 72 Shon ColemanRedshirt Freshman
  • 73 Greg RobinsonRedshirt Sophomore
  • 74 Will AdamsRedshirt Freshman
  • 75 Deon MixFreshman
  • 76 Jordan DiamondRedshirt Freshman
  • 77 Shane CallahanRedshirt Freshman
  • 78 Colton Wingard – Sophomore
  • 79 Eric Averett – Freshman
  • 96 Aaron Garrison – Freshman

Defensive Line

  • 1 Montravius AdamsFreshman
  • 13 Craig SandersSenior
  • 30 Dee FordRedshirt Senior
  • 42 Gimel PresidentRedshirt Freshman
  • 45 Keymiya HarrellRedshirt Sophomore
  • 50 Ben BradleySophomore
  • 52 Justin DeLaineRedshirt Junior
  • 54 Jeffrey WhitakerSenior
  • 55 Carl LawsonFreshman
  • 60 Jackson Thomas – Freshman
  • 90 Gabe WrightJunior
  • 91 Tyler NeroRedshirt Freshman
  • 92 Kenneth CarterSenior
  • 93 JaBrian NilesRedshirt Sophomore
  • 94 Nosa EguaeRedshirt Senior
  • 95 Reid Brooks – Freshman
  • 97 Elijah DanielFreshman
  • 98 Angelo BlacksonJunior
  • 99 Brian Walsh – Sophomore


  • 5 Jake HollandSenior
  • 8 Cassanova McKinzySophomore
  • 10 LaDarius OwensRedshirt Junior
  • 17 Kris FrostRedshirt Sophomore
  • 18 JaViere MitchellRedshirt Freshman
  • 33 Kenny FlowersSophomore
  • 44 Anthony SwainRedshirt Sophomore
  • 47 Cameron ToneyFreshman
  • 57 Grant Smith – Freshman

Defensive Backs

  • 3 Jonathan JonesSophomore
  • 6 Jonathon MincyRedshirt Junior
  • 9 Jermaine WhiteheadJunior
  • 11 Chris Davis Jr. - Senior
  • 15 Joshua HolseySophomore
  • 19 Ryan WhiteSenior
  • 21 Mackenro AlexanderFreshman
  • 22 Khari HardingFreshman
  • 23 Mack VanGorder – Sophomore
  • 24 Ryan SmithSenior
  • 26 Justin GarrettJunior
  • 27 Robenson TherezieJunior
  • 28 T.J. DavisRedshirt Freshman
  • 29 Brandon KingJunior
  • 31 Trent FisherJunior
  • 32 Blake Poole – Senior
  • 37 Kamryn MeltonFreshman
  • 38 Adam Dyas – Junior
  • 43 Jordan Spriggs – Junior
  • 58 Luke Ebbesmeyer – Freshman


  • 36 Cody ParkeySenior
  • 38 Daniel CarlsonFreshman
  • 39 Alex Kviklys – Sophomore
  • 64 Duncan McKinney – Sophomore


  • 28 Jimmy HutchinsonFreshman
  • 29 Tyler Stovall – Freshman
  • 30 Steven ClarkSenior

Long Snappers

  • 59 Jake LembkeSenior

Sources: 2013 Auburn Tigers football roster Bold indicates scholarship player

Depth Chart[edit]



Running back



X Receiver

Y Receiver

Z Receiver

Left Tackle

Left Guard


Right Guard

Right Tackle


Weak End

Defensive Tackle

Nose Tackle

Strong End

Mike Linebacker

Will Linebaker


Boundary Corner

Free Safety

Boundary Safety

Field Corner


Place Kicker



Deep Snappers

Kick Return

Punt Return




  1. ^ Link to the AP Poll
  2. ^ "Official War Eagle Football". Auburn Athletics. November 25, 2012. Retrieved December 31, 2012. 
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  4. ^ "‘A Miracle at Jordan-Hare’: Hear Rod Bramblett Call Auburn’s Game-Winning Touchdown Catch Against Georgia". The War Eagle Reader. November 16, 2013. Retrieved November 16, 2013.