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Auburn has 2 National Championship titles from 1957 and 2010, but according to Athletic Director Jay Jacobs, the school might recognize as many as seven more national championship teams in the future. Per 247Sports...
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Auburn athletic officials are considering recognizing as many as seven more national championship teams.

“If other schools are using these same polls to declare a national championship, we should at least consider it,” Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs said. “I don’t think there’s a better time for the Auburn family to consider it than right here at the end of the BCS era.

“As we transition into another playoff format for the national champion, I just think we need to look hard at it.”
The years that would be under consideration would be from 1910, 1913, 1914, 1958, 1983, 1993 and 2004.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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I'd say we will do the same thing bammers do when asked about UPI polls.
Reply34 months
embrace the 'ships
Reply34 months
Auburn earned those championships. Deal with it
Reply34 months
Uhm, definitely can't declare 2004. You didn't play in the NC game. Who are you gonna cite as declaring you champs, the Golf Poll that did? Seriously.
Reply34 months
What a Croc....
Reply34 months
so korin you are going to post that again, even though you are incorrect
Reply34 months
1910 - no selection (s)
1913 - 1 retroactive selection
1914 - no selection (s)
1958 - no selection (s)
1983 - Miami got the AP/Coaches and had more selections; Nebraska had more selections
1993 - postseason ban
2004 - no selection (s)

Here's the latest record (s) book: LINK
Reply34 months
So can we claim 3 more plus 2007 since those arse hats stole it from us even though they won the BCS title?
Reply34 months
JJ, rustlin' jimmies across the SEC
Reply34 months
fricking wow
Reply34 months
Can't wait to see how Aubies backtrack about this one
Reply34 months
1958, LSU fans will love that!!!
Reply34 months
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