A collection of bowl game uniforms can be found here.
The Outback Bowl saw Auburn place the game patch in the same position as the BCS patch the previous year, underneath the Under Armour logo. This would be the second and final time the odd patch placement would occur with this
Under Armour template. Freshman Jakell Mitchell was killed prior to the bowl game, so the team wore
his number on their helmets during the Outback Bowl.
The second year of the new Under Armour template saw the SEC go with a new league patch, league wide. Out was the old pennant logo and in was the new circular logo. The team wore Chick-fil-a Kickoff Game decals for
the opening game, and a Military Appreciation decal for the game against Texas A&M.
The SEC pennant decal also changed to the NCAA pennant.
|A year after winning the National Championship, Under Armour provided Auburn with a new template that resulted in smaller nameplates, skinnier numbers, and, most notably, truncated pant stripes. Also, the shoulder stripes were narrower due to the cut of the jersey, and a "WAR EAGLE" 'tramp stamp' was placed on the rear of the pants, just below the belt line. The team wore Chick-Fil-A Bowl decals on the back of their helmets for the game versus Virginia.|
The 2010 National Championship season was the final year for the original Under Armour template,
The 2009-10 season saw SEC teams transition to a new SEC patch, slightly tweaked
from the previous design. The new design also showed up on the helmets.
SEC teams returned to the old pennant SEC patch after wearing the 75th Anniversary patch all of the previous season.
Virgil Starks, Senior Associate Athletics Director for Student- Athlete Support Services, passed away on
November 9, 2008. The football team wore memorial decals for Starks the last two games of the season.
New Head Coach Tommy Tuberville's first line of action was to trash the drop shadow uniforms.
Also gone are the SEC patches and Tiger Eyes on the pants.
|The final season of the orange drop shadow experiment was not too kind to the Tigers, on the field and aesthetically. The pennant SEC logo was added for the first time, although there wasn't a standard criteria for its placement. The team also wore the Tiger Eye logo on the pants, which is one of the very few times an Auburn Athletic team actually wore this logo|
|Auburn's white jerseys would relocate the Russell Athletic logo from the shoulders to the right chest to match the blue tops.|
The biggest design change in the modern history of Auburn football came prior to the 1996-97 season, when head coach
Terry Bowden made the decision to add the now-infamous orange drop-shadow to the uniforms. The Russell Athletic
logo would appear on every jersey for the first time, but be located in different locations on the uniform.
stripe, similar to the current NFL logo placement.