Jordan-Hare Stadium on a Saturday afternoon, there's not a much better place to be.
Cliff Hare Stadium was renamed Jordan-Hare in 1973, after the legendary Auburn man, making it the first football stadium in the country named after a still-active coach. The most recent renovations to this point put attendance at 61,261 a game. It would average about 59,000 this particular season
If you look very closely on the left side you can see that they're still using the H field goals. That scoreboard has been gone for ages, probably retired to a high school field or a scrap heap somewhere. Two giant wings in the 1980s and later additions brought the seating capacity to 87,451, making it one of the largest on-campus stadiums in the U.S.
And oh, the history they've seen there.