|1904 Auburn Tigers football|
|Conference||Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association|
|1904 record||5–0 ( SIAA)|
|Head coach||Mike Donahue|
The team went undefeated, winning all five of its regular season games. It also won two "practice" games against Montgomery and the University of Florida. The Tigers defense was nearly perfect, outscoring opponents 73–11 in regular season play and completing three shut outs (five counting the practice games). This was the first undefeated Auburn team since 1900 and was the fourth time the Tigers went undefeated.
The squad was coached by Mike Donahue in his first year as a head football coach. Donahue coached two separate times at Auburn (1904–1906 and 1908–1922) before moving to LSU. He also served as athletic director, basketball coach, baseball coach, and track coach during his tenure. Donahue still ranks second on Auburn football coaches' all time career win list and third in winning percentage.
|October 4, 1904*||University of Florida (Lake City)‡||Auburn, Alabama||W 44–0|
|October 15, 1904||at Clemson||Clemson, South Carolina||W 5–0|
|October 22, 1904||vs. Nashville||Birmingham, Alabama||W 10–0|
|October 29, 1904||Georgia Tech||Auburn, Alabama||W 12–0|
|November 12, 1904||vs. Alabama||Birmingham Fairgrounds • Birmingham, AL (Iron Bowl)||W 29–5|
|November 24, 1904||vs. Georgia||Central City Park • Macon, Georgia (Deep South's Oldest Rivalry)||W 17–6|
‡The October 4, 1904 game against the University of Florida was considered a practice game by Auburn and is not included in the official record of 5–0 for the season. Furthermore, the institution known as the University of Florida in 1904 was located in Lake City, FL and was previously known as Florida Agricultural College. It was one of four colleges combined to form the modern day University of Florida in Gainesville, FL under the Buckman Act passed by the Florida Legislature in May 1905. Since the present day institution known as University of Florida did not exist prior to 1905, it does not recognize this game.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2011 Auburn Tigers Football Media Guide, Auburn University Athletic Department, Auburn, Alabama, pp. 178–189, 191 (2011). Retrieved August 16, 2011
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "1905 Glomerata" "(Annual),p182, Retrieved August 18, 2011"
- ↑ David DeLassus (2011). "Auburn Coaching Records". College Football Data Warehouse. http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/div_ia/sec/auburn/coaching_records.php. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
- ↑ "University of Florida 1853–1905 » UF's Beginnings" Retrieved August 19, 2011