John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
Per espn: AUBURN, Ala. -- Nick Marshall passed for 207 yards, ran for 119 and accounted for four touchdowns to lead No. 5 Auburn to a 41-7 blowout of No. 15 LSU on Saturday night.

Auburn (5-0, 2-0 Southeastern Conference) dominated from the start on a week when No. 2 Oregon, No. 3 Alabama and No. 4 Oklahoma were upset. The 41 points equaled Auburn's highest total in the rivalry set with the same margin in the 1999 game.

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Vernonbrew22113 months
Changing of the guards. Plus, no talent or pride on the lines either side. They learned to accept a butt kicking. That was symbolic of the old Tigers. I enjoyed the ride.
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tigerbutt113 months
We surely can't tackle. Is everyone smoking that synthetic shite this year?
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manchac113 months
This is a sloppy operation. Goodnight.
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Fenwick86113 months
Our players don't suck, our coaches suck.
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demtigers73113 months
LSU will finish 6-6 and that's if we beat UK!! DL sucks, LB's suck, OL sucks, QB's suck!!!!! How did this happen!!!!
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