Auburn @ Ole Miss Post-game Notes
Tre Mason

Oct. 13, 2012

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Auburn at Ole Miss
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium; kickoff 11:21 a.m. CT

  • Game captains for Auburn were Daren Bates, Emory Blake, Corey Lemonier and Philip Lutzenkirchen.
  • First-time starters for Auburn: DB Joshua Holsey, DB Jonathan Jones
  • Auburn's 17 second-quarter points were the most scored by AU in any quarter this season.
  • Jay Prosch recorded his first Auburn reception, an 8-yard catch from Clint Moseley at the beginning of the second quarter.
  • Auburn's first scoring drive was its longest of the season by plays (13) and time (6:43).
  • With TD runs of 1 and 6 yards, Tre Mason had his first multiple-touchdown game; the last Tiger to rush for two TDs in a game was Kiehl Frazier vs. Virginia in the Chick-fil-A Bowl last season.
  • Cody Parkey's recovery of an onside kick was Auburn's first since Parkey recovered vs. Virginia in the Chick-fil-A Bowl last season.
  • Parkey's 46-yard field goal tied a season/career long; Parkey is now 9-10 on field goals for the season.
  • Sammie Coates' 42-yard second-quarter reception from Moseley was a career long for the redshirt freshman.
  • Emory Blake is ninth on the Auburn career receiving list with 1,611 yards after 38 today, passing Rodgeriqus Smith (2004-08) with 1,598. Eighth is Lawyer Tillman, with 1,808 yards from 1985-88. Blake is now tied for 5th place on Auburn career TD receptions list with 15.
  • Philip Lutzenkirchen is in sole possession of second place in career receptions by an Auburn tight end with 59; he has moved ahead of Robert Johnson (57/2000-02) and Walter Reeves (58/1986-88). In first place is Cooper Wallace with 63 receptions from 2002-05.
  • Onterio McCalebb is now 11th in Auburn career rushing with 2311 yards (31 today), passing James Joseph (2,264 yards from 1986-90). In 10th place is Michael Dyer (2,335 from 2010-11).
  • McCalebb is now fifth in Auburn career all-purpose yardage with 3,917, moving ahead of Thomas Bailey (3,928 yards from 1991-94). In fourth place is Joe Cribbs (4,561 from 1976-79).
  • Daren Bates recorded a career-high 16 tackles for his 10th double-digit tackle performance of his career, including the fourth this season, and the seventh in the last 10 games dating back to last year.



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