A quarter-by-quarter look at the highlights from the Texas A&M-Auburn game.
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Eighth-ranked Auburn played with a sense of urgency Saturday at Kyle Field. No. 17 Texas A&M did not, and until the Aggies develop that mentality, they are going to struggle.
The Eagle's Robert Cessna grades the Aggies' performance against Auburn on Saturday.
Jacob Kibodi took the handoff on Texas A&M’s first play from scrimmage and was swarmed under by the Auburn defense for a 5-yard loss.
All it took was one play for No. 8 Auburn to surpass the 19 total rushing yards it managed in last season’s meeting with Texas A&M. Anthony Schwartz took a reverse 57 yards for a touchdown on the fourth play of the game.
Postgame analysis of Auburn's 28-20 win at Texas A&M:
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Auburn led by only 11 points late in the second quarter after scoring 14 unanswered points to start the game, and Texas A&M was lined up to attempt a 52-yard field goal.
The defensive struggle everyone expected? Kevin Steele’s unit delivered, but Gus Malzahn had other ideas.
There’s just something about Kyle Field that brings out the best in Auburn.