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Auburn 51, Missouri 14 - Game Notes
Sept. 23, 2017

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  • Captains: Braden Smith, Austin Golson, Tré Williams
  • Weather: 88 degrees at kickoff
  • Coin Toss: Auburn wins the toss and defers. Missouri receives
  • Attendance: 54,574

Team Notes

  • Defensive back Jamel Dean and center Casey Dunn were first-time starters for Auburn this evening
  • This was the first game this season that Auburn scored a touchdown on its opening drive
  • 31 is the most first-half points scored by Auburn since the Mississippi State game last season
  • Auburn has held the opponent without a first-quarter touchdown in its last nine games
  • Auburn's last 50-point performance in an SEC road game was in 2013, a 55-23 win at Tennessee; this is the 18th 50-point offensive output since Malzahn has been either head coach (10 total) or offensive coordinator at Auburn
  • Auburn is 325-9 all-time when scoring 30 points in a game, 31-5 under Malzahn. Auburn is 19-2 under Malzahn scoring 40 points in a game.


  • Kerryon Johnson's five rushing touchdowns tonight give him 19 for his career and five scores for the season. It's Johnson's fourth career multiple-score game and the first since Ole Miss last season. It's his first game with five rushing touchdowns and the most by an Auburn player since Peyton Barber had five rushing TD vs. San José State in 2015
  • With 1,287 career rushing yards, Kerryon Johnson is 37th on the Auburn career rushing list, passing Fred Beasley (1,241 yards from 1994-97)
  • Will Hastings' 46-yard reception from Jarrett Stidham was Hastings' longest career catch
  • Kyle Davis' 58-yard reception from Jarrett Stidham was a career long for Davis and Auburn's longest pass play of the season
  • Nate Craig-Myers' 57-yard touchdown reception was a career long reception for him and his second career touchdown catch



  • Daniel Carlson extended his school record to 392 career points scored, now fourth best in SEC history, passing Leigh Tiffin (Alabama, 2006-09) for fourth best in SEC history
  • Carlson has converted 155 consecutive PAT attempts, a school record and tied for second best in SEC history. As a team, Auburn has 182 consecutive PAT converted, the fourth longest active streak nationally
  • Carlson's 56-yard field goal was his longest of the season, his 11th career FG of 50+ yards and third 50+ yard FG of the season. Carlson has eight field goals made this season and a school-record 77 for his career



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