Auburn's 5 Biggest Wins Over Alabama in Iron Bowl History

By David Hayes
Auburn's biggest wins over Alabama include massive shutouts in Iron Bowl.
Auburn's biggest wins over Alabama include massive shutouts in Iron Bowl. / Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images
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The Iron Bowl series between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers is one of, if not the, greatest college football rivalry in the nation, simply depending on which part of the country you're polling.

Despite Alabama's recent dynasty and decade of dominance under head coach Nick Saban, the rivalry's tenacity has continued to persist as proven by Auburn's ability to pull out multiple wins over the Tide during this stretch, including two National Championship appearances and one title.

However, even with Alabama's high level of success lately, Auburn has still had its fair share of moments steamrolling the Crimson Tide. Keeping that in mind, here's a look at Auburn's five most-lopsided wins over the Crimson Tide in Iron Bowl history.

Auburn Biggest Wins Over Alabama

5. 1956 Iron Bowl

Date: Dec. 1, 1956
Location: Legion Field – Birmingham, AL
Score: Auburn: 34 | Alabama: 7

4. 1954 Iron Bowl

Date: Nov. 27, 1954
Location: Legion Field – Birmingham, AL
Score: No. 15 Auburn: 28 | Alabama: 0

3. 1957 Iron Bowl

Date: Nov. 30, 1957
Location: Legion Field – Birmingham, AL
Score: No. 1 Auburn: 40 | Alabama: 0

2. 1895 Iron Bowl

Date: Nov. 23, 1895
Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium – Tuscaloosa, AL
Score: Auburn: 48 | Alabama: 0

1. 1900 Iron Bowl

Date: Nov. 17, 1900
Location: Montgomery, AL
Score: Auburn: 53 | Alabama: 5


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