USF At Auburn: Live Game Blog
USFNation Staff & corespond Eric Moeller will provide a live game blog of the Bulls match up against Auburn from Jordan-Hare Stadium through out the contest Stay logged on and refresh this story throughout the game.
There's 30 minutes remaining before kick-off here at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Alabama and the atmosphere is electric.
Two hours before the game's scheduled start, Tiger fans of all ages lined the sides of Roosevelt to await the Tiger Walk, a beloved school tradition which involves the Auburn football team walking several blocks through the tightly packed crowd of fans to reach Jordan-Hare Stadium. While the path is lined with guard rails to protect the players, every fan determined enough to find a spot lining the gates has the chance to high five and cheer on their favorite Tiger as they prepare to battle. As kickoff approaches, the corner of green signifying the USF section it Jordan-Hare is trying hard not to get drowned out by the sea of navy blue and burnt orange in the stadium-capacity crowd of 87,451.
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