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Game Notes: Auburn 45, La Tech 17
 
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Today's victory is Auburn's 300th all-time win at Jordan-Hare Stadium since the stadium opened in 1939.

Auburn now has a 13-game winning streak at Jordan-Hare Stadium dating back to the home finale of 2012. It is the longest home winning streak since it won 14 straight from 2010 to 2011.

Today was the fifth-consecutive sellout of Jordan-Hare and the 33rd sellout since its 2004 expansion to 87,451 seats. Five straight sellouts ties the Auburn record since the stadium was expanded; the Tigers also had five back-to-back sellouts in 2007-08.

Auburn is 4-0 for the first time since 2010 and for the 30th time in school history.

Auburn is now 308-5 when scoring at least 30 points.

Auburn extended its home non-conference winning streak to 25 games.'

Auburn has 20 interceptions in its last 18 games.

Auburn is 12-0-1 all-time against Louisiana Tech.

AUBURN PLAYER NOTES

Auburn had a pair of 100-yard rushers in Cameron Artis-Payne (116) and Nick Marshall (105). It is the second time this season both Marshall and Artis-Payne went over 100-yards in the same game (San Jose State).

This is Nick Marshall's sixth career 100-yard rushing game. It's his fourth career game with 100 yards rushing and 100 yards passing. This is the first time Marshall has thrown three TD passes in a game during his Auburn career.

Montravius Adams recorded his first career interception in the first quarter, with a 37-yard return. It is Auburn's seventh interception this season and its 20th pick in the last 18 games dating back through the start of the 2013 season.

Auburn's last interception by a defensive lineman was by Nick Fairley in 2010 at Mississippi State. That game by Fairley was also the last time an Auburn player registered both an interception and a fumble recovery.

Louisiana Tech's second-quarter fumble was the first forced by Jonathan Jones and the first recovered by Montravius Adams in their careers.

Quan Bray's two TD catches were his first of the season, the first time in his career he has had two TD catches in a game; it gives Bray five TD receptions for his career. He finished with a career-high 91 yards receiving on three receptions, topping his previous career best day of 80 yards vs. Mississippi State in 2013.

Bray also had a punt return for a touchdown, his second of the season. He is only the second player in Auburn history to score two punt return touchdowns in the same season (Mike Fuller in 1974). The 76-yard punt return was the seventh-longest in school history and the fifth-longest in school history that went for a touchdown.

Cameron Artis-Payne's first quarter touchdown run was his fifth score of the season and his 11th career rushing TD

D'haquille Williams' second-quarter TD catch was his third score of the season.

C.J. Uzomah caught his first touchdown of the season with a 15-yard catch from Jeremy Johnson. It was the fifth receiving touchdown of his career.

Robenson Therezie recorded the first sack of his career, a half-sack with DaVonte Lambert. Lambert now has 2.5 sacks on the season.

GAME NOTES
Buddy Davidson attended his 659th consecutive Auburn game today, extending his Auburn record

Game captains: Reese Dismukes, Gabe Wright

First-time starters for Auburn: none

Eagle flight was Nova from the flagpole

Miss Homecoming 2014: Francie Harris
 
 
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