Basketball is back ... and there's more!
This week's schedule of events in Auburn works out so that you don't have to miss anything. Fans can diversify their activities by taking in four of Auburn's teams. There is no need to wait until the weekend, as the Tigers begin a busy week on Tuesday. War Eagle!
Tuesday, Oct. 30
Men's Basketball vs. Liberty, Auburn Arena, 7 p.m.
The time has finally arrived for basketball. This exhibition game against Liberty features free admission for all fans. The kids zone will be set up with the inflatable pop-a-shot, dunk pit, coloring sheets, and more. All fans in attendance will be able to leave with a 2012-13 schedule poster, as well.
Wednesday, Oct. 31
Soccer vs. Tennessee, Auburn Soccer Complex, 2:30 p.m.
Auburn and Tennessee will meet on the pitch on Wednesday afternoon to make sure your Halloween features as much orange as possible. Admission is free.
Friday, Nov. 2
Volleyball vs. Arkansas, Student Activities Center, 7 p.m.
The first 250 fans will receive free t-shirts. This match is an All Auburn, All Orange event, so dress accordingly and earn extra Auburn Ignited points when you check in on Foursquare. The volleyball team is hoping to set a new attendance record by designating Friday as "Pack the Act" night.
Saturday, Nov. 3
Football vs. New Mexico State, Jordan Hare Stadium, 11:30 a.m.
Saturday is homecoming at Jordan-Hare. All game day information can be found here.
Sunday, Nov. 4
Volleyball vs. Georgia, Student Activities Center, 1:30 p.m.
Sunday is Girl Scout Day at the act. Admission is free for all fans, as Auburn takes on Georgia in the indoor version of the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry.
Women's Basketball Tip-Off Event, Auburn Arena, 4 p.m.
The Coach Flo era of Auburn women's hoops begins on Sunday with this event. There will be free pizza for fans while supplies last. Aubie and the cheerleaders will be there to set the mood. The girls will participate in an intrasquad scrimmage and a team autograph session. Kids can play on inflatable games, and of course, admission is free.