Auburn put up plenty of eye-popping numbers in its 55-23 win over Tennessee Saturday: 444 yards rushing, 8.4 yards gained per-carry, just 7 passes attempted (to 53 rushes!), and 214 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the increasingly confident Nick Marshall.
But Auburn did just one thing Saturday that it's never done before: return both a punt and a kickoff return for a touchdown. Chris Davis did the punt returning honors, going 85 yards in the first half, before Corey Grant took the second-half kickoff back 90 yards.
Still, the most impressive highlight of the game might have belonged to Tennessee tailback Raijon Neal, who broke a string of Auburn tackles on his way to a 17-yard first-quarter touchdown. See that, both returns, and several more touchdowns besides right here: