Introducing: The Original Aubie

The Original Aubie Collection celebrates the storied history of Auburn’s award winning mascot. Originally drawn by Phil Neel, the Original Aubie adorned many of Auburn’s game programs and tickets from 1959 to 1976. This lively character became a favorite part of game day as fans anticipated what he might be doing to the opposing team that week. Aubie received his name in 1969 when it appeared on the program for the game against Clemson. He made special appearances on the game programs in 1987 (commemorating the 40th anniversary of the renewal of the Alabama game), 1989 (Alabama’s first trip to Auburn) and 1991 (Auburn’s last home game at Legion Field). Aubie officially came to life on February 28, 1979, at the SEC men’s basketball tournament. Since then, Aubie has won nine national championships and was inducted into the mascot hall of fame.

The Original Aubie is back.

In 2019, Auburn University is reintroducing the Original Aubie on product which will be featured at the Petrie Pop-Up shop hosted by the AU Team Shop in Petrie Hall on Gamedays and at Alumni Hall Locations in Auburn, Opelika, Birmingham and Huntsville.

Buy it in Auburn's Team Shop! Buy it at Alumni Hall!