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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Halftime: Auburn leads Kentucky 31-14

LEXINGTON, Ky. — It's been a Cam Newton showcase through one half at Commonwealth Stadium.

Newton ran for four touchdowns and accounted for 261 yards as No. 8 Auburn built a 31-14 halftime lead against Kentucky.

The Tigers met little resistance on touchdown drives of 78, 80, 80 and 100 yards. Newton finished each one with a touchdown run, getting into the end zone from 16, 8, 5 and 3 yards out.

The junior quarterback had 13 rushes for 132 yards and is 8-for-11 passing for another 129 yards.

Auburn out-gained the Wildcats 364-181.

Wes Byrum added a 38-yard field goal to account for Auburn's other points.

Wide receiver/quarterback Randall Cobb had a hand in both of Kentucky's touchdowns, with a 2-yard run and 6-yard pass to tight end Jordan Aumiller.

Craig McIntosh made a 29-yard field goal just before halftime to cut the lead to 14.


Tar Heel Tiger said...

Thanks for the stats, AB.

When on earth will Cam learn to step into a throw?

CHEF D said...


Anonymous said...

An effort like that won't get it done against Ark., LSU, or Bama...