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Auburn picked up 186 yards through the air, only the fourth time this season the Tigers have failed to throw for more than 200 yards . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Bryant-Denny Stadium will be the loudest venue yet for the Tigers on the road . . .
Birmingham News

After attending the Samford game Saturday, the Canadian from Ontario came away impressed with the coaches, atmosphere and campus . . .
Huntsville Times

Auburn appears to have gone back to leaning on Cameron Artis-Payne early and often . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Auburn moved up one spot to No. 16 in the USA Today/Amway coaches' poll after a 31-7 win over Samford . . .
Mobile Press-Register

The story of the game was the first half. Auburn struggled to get anything going in the first 18 minutes, managing only 36 yards on the first four drives . . .
Birmingham News

Frost led the way with 13 tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and an interception, but the Tigers' defensive line deserves credit for putting pressure on Samford quarterback Michael Eubank all night . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Scenes from Auburn's win over Samford on Senior Night at Jordan-Hare Stadium . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

His confidence restored, Bray had a few more big plays to make . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Seniors Cameron Artis-Payne and C.J. Uzomah talk about the win over Samford . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

From there, after trading three-and-outs, Frost finally got the interception that officials seemingly took away from him in the first half when a tipped pass by junior cornerback Jonathan Jones fell right into Frost's hands at the Samford 31 . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

Auburn's Gus Malzahn discusses his team's win over Samford . . .
Inside the Auburn Tigers

"They're No. 1. They clearly deserve it. I don't know where we'll be ranked, but I'm sure we're going to go in the mindset like we were ranked high. To be honest that's how we were last year . . .
Birmingham News

The senior wide receiver became the first Auburn player to have a rushing, receiving and punt return touchdown all in the same season . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Auburn struggled offensively out of the gate, going backward 9 yards on its first offensive series and then turning the ball over with a Nick Marshall interception two plays into the Tigers' second series . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

Once the play concluded, Lambert stayed on the field for an extended period of time. He was down long enough that Auburn coach Gus Malzahn eventually jogged across the field to where Lambert laid . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn blamed the "slow start" in part to Samford knowing some of Auburn's plays in the early going. Samford running backs coach Kodi Burns served as a graduate assistant at Auburn last season . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

The epidemic started against Mississippi State . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

In Therezie's place, Joshua Holsey moved over and played some Star, the only spot in the secondary that Holsey hadn't played up until this point . . .
Mobile Press-Register

The junior receiver did not dress for Auburn's 31-7 victory against Samford, but is "ready" for action, according to a source close to the player . . .
Huntsville Times

Whitehead was suspended prior to the team's game at Kansas State shortly after reports of a "verbal altercation" with a coach surfaced. He did not confirm or deny the incident . . .
Birmingham News

In his final game at Jordan-Hare Stadium, the 2010 Opelika graduate found his way to the end zone for one last touchdown on the Plains . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

No. 16 Auburn snapped a two-game skid with a 31-7 victory over Samford on Saturday night . . .
Florence Times-Daily

Artis-Payne also became only the fifth Auburn player to rush for at least 1,400 yards in a season, joining the company of Bo Jackson, Rudi Johnson, Tre Mason and Cam Newton . . .
Auburn Plainsman


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