Auburn vs. Washington State Photo Gallery I

Auburn, Ala.--Scenes from Auburn's 2006 football season-opener at Jordan-Hare Stadium are featured.

A view of the stadium renovations from a tailgating spot on Donahue Drive is shown.


The west side of Jordan-Hare Stadium has been extensively remodeled. This is a view of the northwest side of the stadium.


The west side of the stadium now has much more room with the new fences that leave room for a courtyard area similar to Plainsman Park, the baseball field.


The old chain link fences and gates have been replaced by new decorative metal matching the look of the Tiger Walk Plaza.


Despite the threat of rain, tailgating was a popular pre-game activity for Auburn's 2006 football opener. The Tigers took a 40-14 victory in their first ever game against Washington State.


Fans gather prior to the Tiger Walk to wait on the Auburn football team to arrive at Jordan-Hare Stadium. This year barriers are being used to give the players more space to work their way through the crowd.


Coach Tommy Tuberville works on getting the crowd pumped up during the Tiger Walk.


Defensive linemen Tez Doolittle (back), Sen'Derrick Marks (middle) and Octavious Balkcom (front) make their way towards the Tiger Walk Plaza.


A view from the east side of the stadium is featured as fans prepare to enter remodeled Jordan-Hare Stadium. In the background is the site where a new student center will be built.


Auburn's pre-game eagle flight featured the fleet's bald eagle, Spirit, who got the crowd pumped up for some football.


One of the improvements at Jordan-Hare Stadium are new scoreboards on the east and west upper decks.


Washington State brought several thousand fans for their cross country game to Auburn, including these three who are showing their colors.


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