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With 2,095 career rushing yards, Cameron Artis-Payne is 15th in Auburn history, passing Lionel James (2,068 yards 1980-83) and James Bostic (2,084 yards 1991-93)

Artis-Payne now has 1,485 rushing yards this season, fourth best in Auburn history, passing Cam Newton (1,473 yards in 2010); next Rudi Johnson 1567 in 2000

With 1,848 career rushing yards, Nick Marshall is now 21st in Auburn history

Marshall has now been responsible for 55 touchdowns in his career, third all-time at Auburn, passing Jason Campbell (54 in 2001-04)

456 yards passing by Marshall sets the Auburn school record, previously set by Ben Leard vs. Georgia (416) in 1999. It's a career high for Marshall; he had 303 total yards in the first half. This is Marshall's second career game with three TD passes; the other was against Louisiana Tech earlier this year

Marshall's 505 yards total offense tonight rank first in Auburn single-game history; the previous record was 445 yards by Dameyune Craig vs. Army in the 1996 Independence Bowl

The 68-yard touchdown pass from Nick Marshall to Sammie Coates was the second-longest TD pass by Auburn in Iron Bowl history; the longest is 70 yards from Cam Newton to Terrell Zachery in 2010

Sammie Coates' two touchdown catches give him four for the year and 13 career touchdown catches, 10th in Auburn history, passing Freddie Hyatt (1965-67), Tyrone Goodson (1993-97) and Ronney Daniels (1999-2000), all with 12 career TD catches

This is Coates' second career two-touchdown game; he had two scores against Florida Atlantic in 2013. This is Coates' seventh career 100-yard receiving game and a career-best in receiving for him. The last Auburn receiver with 200+ yards in a game was Darvin Adams in 2010 vs. South Carolina (217)

With 206 yards, Coates is Auburn's all-time receiving leader in the Iron Bowl; the previous best was 141 yards by Alexander Wright in 1989. That total ranks fifth on Auburn's all-time single game receiving list

Quan Bray's 5-yard touchdown catch from Nick Marshall was the seventh receiving score of his career and his 10th career touchdown scored

Corey Grant is the 41st player in Auburn history to rush for 1,000 career yards; he now has 1,010 career rushing yards. Grant's fourth-quarter touchdown run was his third of the season and ninth of his career

D'haquille Williams' 42-yard reception in the first quarter was his first catch since the first quarter of the Texas A&M game. His 121 yards receiving were his most since Arkansas (154)

Williams and Coates are the first pair of 100-yard receivers in a game under Coach Gus Malzahn; the last time it happened at Auburn was vs. Chattanooga in 2010 (Terrell Zachery and Darvin Adams)

Daniel Carlson's 20-yard first-quarter field goal was Auburn's first score in the first quarter of an Alabama game in Tuscaloosa since 2002, when the Tigers scored on a Jason Campbell touchdown pass to Robert Johnson

With five field goals tonight, Carlson is third in Auburn single-season kick scoring with 104 points scored, passing Wes Byrum (99 points in 2010). Five field goals made, a career high for Carlson, is the most by an Auburn kicker in a game since Jaret Holmes vs. UAB In 1996

Carlson's 18 points kicking ties the Auburn single game record with Al DelGreco vs. Kentucky in 1982

Jermaine Whitehead's interception was his fourth of the season and seventh of his career.

Johnathan Ford's interception was his third of the season and career.

Jonathan Jones's third quarter interception was his sixth of the season, tied for fifth most in a season in Auburn history and the most since Walter McFadden had six in 2009.

Anthony Swain's second-quarter sack was the first of his career

Angelo Blackson's block of an extra point attempt was the first by an Auburn player since Corey Lemonier vs. South Carolina in 2011. This is Blackson's fourth career blocked kick

Auburn's 630 yards total offense are the most by the Tigers in an Iron Bowl; the previous best was 541 yards in 1969

Auburn has posted a new high for passing yards in the Iron Bowl by the Tigers with 456 yards; the previous best was 317 in the 1970 game

Auburn has 19 interceptions for the season, the most since 2002. This is the fourth game this season when Auburn has had three interceptions in a game; the others were San José State, Mississippi State and South Carolina. Alabama had allowed only four interceptions for the season before tonight

The 2014 Auburn team ranks fifth in Auburn history with 430 points scored

This is the first time since 1969-70 that Auburn has scored 30+ points vs. Alabama in consecutive games

Auburn's 383 yards of offense in the first half were the most by the Tigers in a first half this season

Game captains: Gabe Wright, Reese Dismukes
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