Bodda Getta Daily Brew 5/31: Front-loading Jordan-Hare FTW

Auburn kicks off the 2024 season with five straight home games, and other SEC scheduling news

Good Morning, Auburn Family. Kickoff on the Plains will be under the lights this year, as Auburn and Alabama A&M will play at 6:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, Aug. 31, for the season opener. 

Auburn will begin the 2024 season with five straight home games. The SEC released kickoff times and TV networks for the first three on Thursday. 

In week two, Auburn will host Cal at 2:30 p.m. CT on Sept. 7 (televised on ESPN2). This will be a rematch of last year's game when the Tigers went to Cal and won 14-10 in the first-ever meeting between the two schools. 

What else can you find mixed into today’s Brew?

🏈 2024 season tickets for Auburn Football are officially ON SALE!
⛳️ ESPN named Auburn Softball as part of Shriners Children's Invitational
🐅 And much, much more!


This Week in Auburn Track and Field (5/28/24)
Head track and field coach Leroy Burrell sits down with Andy Burcham to preview the NCAA Outdoor Championships.


🔼 “There’s No Stadium Like Jordan-Hare.” - Nehemiah Pritchett
Season tickets for the 2024 Auburn Football season are ON SALE NOW for only $495! With eight home games this season, including new conference opponent Oklahoma, Cal, Arkansas, and Texas A&M, you won't want to miss out on the best gameday experience in the nation with head coach Hugh Freeze, your Tigers and the rest of the Auburn Family!

🔼 Cleared for Clearwater. Returning to the event for the first time since 2022, ESPN announced Auburn softball as part of the field competing at the 2025 Shriners Children's Clearwater Invitational.
In its sixth year at Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater, Florida, the invitational is set for Feb. 13-16. The 16-team field for the 2025 Shriners Children's Clearwater Invitational features 14 teams that qualified for the 2024 NCAA Tournament, including three teams that made the Women's College World Series.
🥎 For more information on the field and tickets, go here. 👀

🔼 Well, This is Getting Embarrassing. Another day, another award for Jackson Koivun of Auburn Men's Golf, who has been named the recipient of the 2024 NCAA Division I Phil Mickelson Outstanding Freshman Award, as announced by the GCAA Thursday.
Koivun joined Rickie Fowler (2008) as the only freshman to receive the Ben Hogan Award. A PING First-Team All-American, he was also selected to compete for Team USA in the 2024 Arnold Palmer Cup alongside teammate Brendan Valdes.

🔼 The Golf Greatness Continues. Junior Brendan Valdes and freshman Jackson Koivun of Auburn men's golf were among the 12 Division I players to be named a First Team All-American by PING and the Golf Coaches Association.
Not only has the duo amassed a joint resume that includes three wins, 16 top-five finishes, 50 subpar rounds, and over 300 birdies this season, but Valdes and Koivun are also set to represent the United States later this summer at the 2024 Palmer Cup.


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Brendan Valdes and Jackson Koivun of Auburn men's golf were named First Team All-American by PING and the Golf Coaches Association. It is the first time two Tigers players have made the list since what year?

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Answer: Brendan Valdes and Jackson Koivun of Auburn men's golf were named First Team All-American by PING and the Golf Coaches Association for the first time since Chip Spratlin and Iain Steel in 1995.

🐅 Have a great Friday, y’all