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What a difference a week makes. An efficient Auburn offense, and a stingy defense, lead the Tigers to a 51-14 victory over the Missouri Tigers in Columbia, MO.
Kerryon Johnson showed zero effects from an injury that had kept him out of the last game as he rushed for five touchdowns on the evening. Two of which came in the first quarter, as Auburn opened up a lead that was too much for the struggling Tigers of Mizzou.
Stats sheet provided by the AUfficial Auburn sports website.
|Net Yards Rushing||263||124|
|Net Yards Passing||219||216|
|Total Offense Yards||482||340|
|Fumbles: Number-Lost||0 - 0||3 - 3|
|Penalties: Number-Yards||5 - 50||7 - 55|
|Punts - Yards||3 - 118||6 - 231|
|Third-Down Conversions||7 of 15 (0.467)||4 of 13 (0.308)|
|Fourth-Down Conversions||0 of 1 (0.000)||0 of 2 (0.000)|
|Sacks By: Number-Yards||2-17||1-11|
|Field Goals||3-3 (1.000)||0-0 (0)|
Daniel Carlson was perfect on the night, going 3 of 3, and helped seal the win with two Field Goals of 52 yards, and 54 yards.
The Auburn defense continued their stellar play by allowing just 124 yards rushing and creating three turnovers.
It was a complete team win. Next week Auburn hosts the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Kick off is set for 5 pm CT and the game will be televised on ESPN.