GAME BALL GOES TO
QB Jason Campbell -- He completed only eight of 17 passes for 139 yards, but a closer look beyond those stats also shows six dropped passes on accurate throws, three touchdown passes that really opened up the offense, and some good decisions in a new offense. "His management of that football game, in terms of getting us in good plays, was almost flawless -- unbelievable," first-year offensive coordinator Al Borges said. "He checked the defenses. He saw where the weaknesses were and ran the ball and passed the ball, and he did it time and time again."
KEEP AN EYE ON
RBs Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown -- They broke the 100-yard barrier in the same game for the first time in their careers, with Brown rushing for 147 yards on 15 carries and Williams gaining 122 yards. "That's why we both came back to school," Williams said. "If things keep going right, we can be very productive."
QUOTE TO NOTE
"LSU is always in the back of your mind. They're the national champions and they have a real big bull's-eye on their chest. Everybody wants a piece of them." -- Auburn offensive tackle Marcus McNeill.
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