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Game Notes: Auburn 59, San Jose State 13
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Auburn's 104 points over the first two games is its most in the first two games of a season since scoring 122 in the first two games of 1995 (46 pts vs. Ole Miss, 76 pts vs. UT-Chattanooga). The 104 points are tied for seventh-most all-time over the first two games of a season in Auburn history (138 in 1932 is the record).
Auburn has now had at least one 100-yard rusher in eight consecutive games, breaking the school record of seven games previously set from 10/14-12/2/1978 and 9/27-11/8/1986.
Auburn has scored at least one rushing touchdown in 13 straight games.
Auburn has scored an offensive touchdown in 31 of its last 32 quarters.
Auburn has rushed for at least 200 yards in each of its last 13 games, the longest active streak in the FBS.
Auburn has rushed for 300 yards in eight of the last 11 games.
Auburn tallied 224 yards of total offense in the first quarter against San Jose State after having 225 yards of total offense in the first quarter against Arkansas last week.
Auburn is 19-for-28 on third downs (67.9 percent) over the first two games of the season (9-for-14 vs. Arkansas, 10-for-14 vs. San Jose State).
Auburn is 11-for-11 in the red zone this season (10 touchdowns, 1 field goal) after going 7-for-7 against San Jose State (6 touchdowns).
In Auburn's 16 games under head coach Gus Malzahn, Auburn has averaged 328.5 yards rushing and 505 yards of total offense per game.
Auburn held San Jose State without a second-half touchdown and has not allowed a second half touchdown this season, surrendering just 3 second-half points this season.
Auburn registered three interceptions, the most since it had three against Washington State in 2013.
Auburn has extended its home non-conference winning streak to 24 games.
Auburn is now 307-5 when scoring at least 30 points. Auburn has topped 30 points in 12 consecutive games, a school record.
Ricardo Louis' 4-yard TD catch from Nick Marshall was Louis' third career TD catch and first of the 2014 season. It was Marshall's first TD pass of the season and 15th of his career.
Cameron Artis-Payne's 6-yard, 5-yard and 1-yard TD runs in the first half give him four scores for the season and 10 for his career. This is his first career multiple-touchdown game.
Artis-Payne has recorded his fourth career 100-yard rushing game.
Roc Thomas' first career carry was also his first career touchdown, a 3-yard score in the fourth quarter. He is the first Auburn player to score a touchdown on his first career touch since Marcus Davis (18-yard receiving touchdown from Nick Marshall) vs. Arkansas State in 2013.
Jermaine Whitehead's interception was his second of the season (following his TD last week vs. Arkansas) and the fifth pick of his career. Jerraud Powers in 2007 vs. Georgia and Alabama was the last Auburn player to have interceptions in back-to-back games.
Johnathan Ford's second-quarter interception was the first of his career.
Quan Bray's 55-yard punt return for a touchdown was his first career touchdown on a return and the fourth touchdown of his career (three previous were receiving). Auburn's last punt return for a score was by Chris Davis at Tennessee last season.
Nick Marshall's 27-yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter was the 14th rushing TD of his career. He has rushed for at least one touchdown in seven consecutive games. Marshall has now thrown and rushed for a touchdown in the same game seven times in his career.
This is Marshall's third career game with more than 100 rushing and 100 passing yards; the others were vs. Texas A&M and Missouri last season.
Jeremy Johnson recorded the first rushing touchdown of his career with a 1-yard score in the fourth quarter.
Cassanova McKinzy recorded a team-high 10 tackles. His career-high is 12 at Vanderbilt in 2012.

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