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Auburn announced Friday that Jordan-Hare Stadium will be at full capacity for the upcoming football season and that tailgating will be allowed.

AUBURN, Ala. - Auburn Athletics plans to allow 100 percent capacity at Jordan-Hare Stadium and full on-campus tailgating for the 2021 football season, Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced Friday.

"There is nothing like a fall weekend in the Loveliest Village on the Plains," Greene said. "From the pregame pageantry and eagle flight, to the postgame celebration at Toomer's Corner and all of the shared experiences with friends and family. We are so excited to welcome back the Auburn Family to Jordan-Hare Stadium this fall and reintroduce our fans to the best game day experience in the nation."
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Nice thumbnail Larry.
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Nice thumbnail Larry.
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Nice thumbnail Larry.
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pussies won't allow me on their board scared
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Full capacity when Alabama comes to town. 68% otherwise.
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The readers of Horse and Hound will be absolutely delighted.
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Bama struggles like hell there anyway. Only stadium in the sec we have a losing record in. Every coach beginning with curry hasnt been able to find their azz with both hands in that damn place.
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Was this even a question?
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The School of Dye will be the School of Dead.
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