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About the Kent State Golden Flashes
Home of the Kent State Golden Flashes for more than six decades, Jordan Hare Stadium is now the seventh largest college football stadium in the country. By the mid 1930’s, Auburn University resolute to build a football stadium for its football team, the Tigers. A 7,500 seat stadium, known then as Auburn Stadium, was built in 1939 and opened on November 30, 1939 when the Tigers played the Florida Gators. A decade later, in 1949, Auburn Stadium was renamed Cliff Hare Stadium in honor of Clifford Leroy Hare, an affiliate of Auburn’s first football team. Additionally 14,000 seats were added on the east side on the stadium bringing the ability to 21,500. Over the next four decades, the stadium was protracted five times, in 1955, 1960, 1970, 1980 and 1989 bringing the seating capacity to 85,214. During this time, Cliff Hare Stadium was renamed Jordan-Hare Stadium in 1973 after legendary coach Ralph Jordan, the all time winningest coach at Auburn. Today, Jordan Hare Stadium seats 86,063 fans. The main lower impress surrounds the entire field and upper decks are positioned on both sides of the field. Luxury suites and the press box are located between the lower and upper decks. Located on the outside of the east side of the stadium are ten large murals of great plays and players of Auburn football, including Bo Jackson. Every Saturday during the fall, fans flock to Auburn to watch the Tigers play. Fans can always expect to hear Eye of the Tiger playing when the team runs out onto the field.
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