Texas A&M Postgame Notes
Auburn at Texas A&M
Saturday, October 19, 2013
Kyle Field; kickoff 2:47 p.m. CT
- Game captains for Auburn: Chris Davis, Reese Dismukes
- First-time starters for Auburn: LB Kris Frost, WR Melvin Ray
- Nick Marshall’s 16-yard TD run in the first quarter was Marshall’s third rushing touchdown of the season, and his longest rushing TD this year. He finished with two rushing touchdowns.
- Cody Parkey extended his SEC-leading string of consecutive PAT kicks made to 76
- Parkey’s 27-yard field goal in the first quarter was his 18th straight successful field goal from 45 yards and in, dating back through the 2011 Chick-fil-A Bowl
- Ryan Smith’s first-quarter interception was the second of his career
- Ryan White’s first-quarter interception was the first of his career
- Jay Prosch’s 56-yard first-quarter reception was a career long
- Marshall’s 13-yard scoring pass to Quan Bray in the second quarter was Bray’s third career TD catch
- AU’s 96-yard scoring drive that culminated in a TD catch by Quan Bray was Auburn’s longest scoring drive of the season, and its longest scoring drive against an SEC opponent since the 2010 Ole Miss game
- Sammie Coates’ 43-yard TD catch in the third quarter was his fourth career TD reception. He finished with 104 yards receiving for his second career 100-yard receiving game.
- Tre Mason rushed for 178 yards on 27 carries and one touchdown for his sixth career 100-yard game and third of the season.
- Nick Marshall ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries for his second career 100-yard rushing performance
- Auburn finished the game with 379 yards rushing to post its third game of the season with 300-plus rushing yards
- The win was Auburn’s first win over a ranked opponent on the road since October 1, 2011 at No. 10 South Carolina. It is the Tigers’ second win over a ranked opponent this season after the victory over then No. 24 Ole Miss
- Mike Evans’ 287 receiving yards were the most ever by an Auburn opponent
Notes provided by Auburn Athletics.