|1932 Auburn Tigers football|
|1932 record||9–0–1 (6–0–1 SoCon)|
|Home stadium||Drake Field|
|1932 Southern Conference football standings|
|Washington and Lee||1||–||4||–||0||1||–||9||–||0|
The 1932 Auburn Tigers football team represented Auburn University in the 1932 Southern Conference football season. Led by head coach Chet A. Wynne, the team went 9–0–1. The Tigers made an undefeated season and were named Southern Conference champions. The team featured Jimmy Hitchcock and Gump Ariail.
|September 24||Birmingham–Southern*||W 61–0|||
|October 1||Erskine*||W 77–0|
|October 8||Duke*||W 18–7|
|October 15||at Georgia Tech||W 6–0|
|October 22||at Tulane||W 19–7|
|October 29||Ole Miss||W 14–7|
|November 5||Howard (AL)*||W 25–0|||
|November 12||Florida||W 21–6|
|November 19||vs. Georgia||W 14–7|
|December 3||South Carolina*||T 20–20|||
The season opened with a 61–0 defeat of Birmingham–Southern.
In the second week of play, Erskine was beaten 77–0.
Auburn defeated coach Wallace Wade's Duke Blue Devils 18–7. On Jimmy Hitchcock's play, Wade said ""I have never seen a finer all-around back play against one of my teams."
Georgia Tech was beaten 6–0.
Auburn beat the defending SoCon champion Tulane team 19–7. Hitchcock returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown, and soon after had a 63-yard touchdown run out of a punting formation.
Ole Miss was beaten by Auburn 14–7.
Howard was beaten 25–0 .
Auburn beat Florida 21–6. Hitchcock was taken out of a game for the first time in his career.
In Columbus, Georgia was defeated 14–7 .
The season closed with a 20–20 tie against coach Billy Laval's South Carolina Gamecocks.
Jimmy Hitchcock was All-American.