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With FSU next, Auburn game-by-game recaps

Game 1 vs. Washington St.

W 31-24 The defense had three interceptions and Corey Grant rushed for 144 yards in coach Gus Malzahn's Tigers debut.

Game 2 vs. Arkansas St.

W 38-9 Grant, Tre Mason and Cameron Artis-Payne rushed for a combined 241 yards.

Game 3 vs. Mississippi St.

W 24-20 QB Nick Marshall threw an 11-yard winning touchdown pass to C.J. Uzomah with 10 seconds remaining.

Game 4 at LSU

L 35-21 Sixth-ranked LSU handed Auburn its only loss of the season, jumping to a 21-0 halftime lead and holding on.

Game 5 vs. Mississippi

W 30-22 Dee Ford, Gabe Wright and Carl Lawson each had two sacks as the Tigers knocked of the No. 24 Rebels.

Game 6 vs. W. Carolina

W 62-3 Jeremy Johnson threw four TD passes, subbing for the injured Marshall, as Auburn rolled up 712 yards.

Game 7 at Texas A&M

W 45-41 Mason rushed for 178 yards and scored the winner on a 5-yard run as the Tigers piled up 615 yards.

Game 8 vs. Florida Atlantic

W 45-10 Johnson again replaced an injured Marshall and led the Tigers to 628 yards.

Game 9 at Arkansas

W 35-17 Mason had 168 yards rushing and four TDs. Auburn attempted only nine passes.

Game 10 at Tennessee

W 55-23 Marshall ran for 214 yards and two touchdowns. Mason added 117, going over 1,000 yards for the season.

Game 11 vs. Georgia

W 43-38 Ricardo Louis snared a pass that bounced off defender Josh Harvey-Clemons to score the winning touchdown.

Game 12 vs. Alabama

W 34-28 With the score tied and one second left, Chris Davis returned a missed field goal 109 yards to top No. 1 Alabama.

Game 13 Missouri

W 59-42 Mason rushed for 306 yards and four touchdowns as Auburn won the SEC crown against No. 5 Missouri.

With FSU next, Auburn game-by-game recaps 01/05/14 [Last modified: Sunday, January 5, 2014 10:19pm]
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