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Auburn vs. Arkansas Halftime Notes

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Auburn vs. Arkansas halftime notes

October 10, 2020; Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, Ala.

Captains: K.J. Britt, Big Kat Bryant, Bo Nix, Shaun Shivers

Coin Toss: Auburn wins the toss and defers. Arkansas will receive

Attendance: 17,490 (capacity)


First-time starters for Auburn: Luke Deal, J.J. Pegues, Keiondre Jones

Auburn has scored in 96 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in school history

Auburn scored first in the game for the 33rd time in its last 47 games


Freshman Tank Bigsby records a career high in rushing yards (106) and carries (11)

Junior Seth Williams now has 1,540 career receiving yards, ranking 16th among Auburn career leaders. Williams ranks 15th all-time in career receptions with 95

Bo Nix scores his first rushing touchdown of the season and eighth of his career


Colby Wooden and Zykevious Walker record their first career sacks


The first quarter punt block by Jordyn Peters was the fourth of his career. Barton Lester’s block recovery for a touchdown was his first career score.

It was the first blocked punt for a TD by Auburn since the 2018 Alabama State game (blocked by Jordyn Peters, recovered by Devan Barrett) and the first by Auburn in an SEC game since the 2017 Texas A&M contest (blocked by Nick Ruffin, recovered by Malik Miller)

Anders Carlson is now 13th in career scoring at Auburn with 208, passing Kerryon Johnson (204 from 2015-17) and

Stephen Davis (204 from 1993-95)

Carlson is now 9th in career field goals made with 37, and he is 4-4 this season

Carlson is now 8th in career PAT made at Auburn with 97, passing Win Lyle (95 from 1987-89)

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