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Seven points was Auburn's lowest first-half scoring total this season; the previous low was 10 points at Kansas State. It's the fewest first-half points since Auburn was shut out in the first half at LSU in 2013 (9/21/13)
This was Auburn's lowest scoring total for a game since a 49-0 loss at Alabama to end the 2012 season
This is the first time an Auburn opponent has had a pair of 100-yard rushers since the 2012 Georgia game (Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall)
Game Captains: Gabe Wright, Reese Dismukes
First-time starters: RB Roc Thomas
Kickoff temperature of 35 degrees is the coldest temperature for an Auburn game since the 2000 Iron Bowl in Tuscaloosa (41 degrees)
 
SERIES NOTES
The all-time series between Auburn and Georgia is tied again, at 55-55-8
 
PLAYER NOTES
Cameron Artis-Payne scored his 10th rushing touchdown of the season and the 16th of his career. He has scored at least one rushing TD in four consecutive games
Artis-Payne's 19-yard reception from Nick Marshall in the second quarter ties a career long; Artis-Payne also had a 19-yard reception vs. LSU earlier this season
Artis-Payne is now 26th in Auburn career rushing with 1,600 yards, passing Terry Henley (1970-72) and Rudi Johnson (2000) this evening
C.J. Uzomah tied his career best with three receptions; he has had three receptions in a game twice before
Roc Thomas has a career high with three receptions, gaining 14 yards
Sammie Coates has caught a pass in 16 straight games
Coates is now 13th in Auburn career receiving with 1,405 yards, passing Freddie Hyatt (1965-67) this evening
Nick Marshall is now 20th in Auburn career rushing with 1,740 yards, passing Jimmy Sidle (1962-64) and Tommie Agee (1983-86) this evening
 
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