No one did more for the modern era of Auburn Football than Pat Dye. An Auburn legend, Dye returned the program to national prominence. In his 12 Auburn seasons, Dye won 99 games and four Southeastern Conference Championships. Dye brought the Iron Bowl to Auburn for the first time in 1989, and is considered one of the most important events in the history of the program. Pacesetters like Coach Dye, members of the Pat Dye Society are characterized by their leadership, dedication and drive. Their investment in our program is the bedrock upon which Auburn Athletics achieves success. The Pat Dye Society was created to recognize donors who have contributed at least $3,000,000 to Auburn Athletics in outright gifts, outside of ticket priority.
Society Contact: Kristi Phillips