Alabama vs Auburn, Prediction, Game Preview

Alabama vs Auburn, Prediction, Game Preview

The Iron Bowl is one of the most anticipated college football games each season. Through the years, the fierce rivalry has produced some of the most iconic moments in college football history, most notably the famous Chris Davis kick six to give Auburn the win in the 2013 Iron Bowl.

2022 Iron Bowl Info

  • Date: November 26. 2022
  • Time: TBD
  • Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, AL

2022 Iron Bowl Prediction

Alabama Crimson Tide 34, Auburn Tigers 21

Last season's 4-OT thriller was one to remember, but a returning Heisman Trophy winning quarterback in Bryce Young and one of the best defenses in the country should be enough to give the Crimson Tide a more commanding edge this time around.

The Tigers will be lead by Texas A&M transfer quarterback Zach Calzada, who pulled off the stunning upset against Alabama last season with the Aggies. Auburn has not gotten a win in Tuscaloosa since 2010 with future NFL MVP Cam Newton, and early signs indicate that they would need to pull off another stunner to emerge victorious in this year's Iron Bowl.

Early Betting Odds

FanDuel Sportsbook currently has the Crimson Tide as the heavy favorites to win the 2022 Iron Bowl.

  • Alabama:-24 (-105)
  • Auburn: +24 (-115)

Previous Head-to-Head Matchups

  • 11/27/2021: Alabama 24, Auburn 22
  • 11/28/2020: Alabama 42, Auburn 13
  • 11/30/2019: Auburn 48, Alabama 45
  • 11/24/2018: Alabama 52, Auburn 21
  • 11/25/2017: Auburn 26, Alabama 14
  • 11/26/2016: Alabama 30, Auburn 12
  • 11/28/2015: Alabama 29, Auburn 13
  • 11/29/2014: Alabama 55, Auburn 44
  • 11/30/2013: Auburn 34, Alabama 28

Alabama vs. Auburn History

Alabama leads the all-time series 48-37-1, with their active longest winning streak being nine consecutive games.

Auburn's largest margin of victory was 48-0, while their longest winning streak was six consecutive games.

Why is it called the Iron Bowl?

The rivalry game between Alabama and Auburn is called the Iron Bowl because when the two teams first began the tradition of competing against one another in 1893, the games were held at Legion Field in the city of Birmingham, which has a historic role in the nation's steel industry.