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|Auburn blows out ULM, 52-3|
AUBURN, Ala. – Redshirt freshman quarterback Kolton Browning completed a career-high 25 passes as ULM fell 52-3 at 10th-ranked Auburn on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 2). Browning finished the day 25-for-33 through the air for 203 yards, the third-straight game in which he has thrown for more than 200 yards.
Auburn quarterback Cam Newton was 14-for-19 passing for 245 yards and three touchdowns.
Auburn took the kickoff to open the contest and scored on its first drive to take an early 7-0 advantage. The Tigers went 65 yards in two plays, capped by a 50-yard touchdown run by Onterio McCalebb.
After ULM's first drive stalled on the Auburn 44-yard line, Aaron Munoz's punt was downed by the ULM special teams at the Auburn three. The Tigers struck quickly again as Newton hit Emory Blake for a 94-yard touchdown pass on the second play of the drive.
ULM answered with a 61-yard, 14-play scoring drive. Junior Radi Jabour capped the drive with a 35-yard field with 4:31 to play in the first quarter to cut the Auburn lead to 14-3. Browning was 7-for-9 through the air on the drive for 56 yards.
Auburn responded on its next possession with a 19-yard field goal to regain a 14-point advantage, 17-3, with 2:09 to play in the first quarter.
The Warhawks once again moved into Tiger territory, reaching the 23-yard line before lining up for a 41-yard field goal. ULM attempted a fake and did not convert as its pass attempt was intercepted. Auburn then went 66 yards for a score as Michael Dyer found the end zone from three yards out.
The Tigers scored again before the half to take a 31-3 lead into the intermission.
ULM had 10 different players catch passes in the contest, the most in a game since 2005 when 10 Warhawks caught passes against FIU. Sophomore Luther Ambrose led ULM in receiving with seven catches for 56 yards.
Auburn's Mario Fannin was the game's leading rusher with 89 yards on 10 carries and one touchdown. Four different Tigers had rushing touchdowns in the contest.
ULM will return home to Malone Stadium next Saturday (Oct. 9) when it hosts Florida Atlantic. Game time against the Owls is scheduled for 6 p.m.
AU – McCalebb 50-yard run (Byrum kick), 14:28, 1st 0-7
AU – Newton 94-yard pass to Blake (Byrum kick), 10:22, 1st 0-14
ULM – Jabour 35-yard field goal, 4:31, 1st 3-14
AU – Byrum 19-yard field goal, 2:09, 1st 3-17
AU – Dyer 3-yard run (Byrum kick), 6:53, 2nd 3-24
AU – Newton 16-yard pass to Carr (Byrum kick), 2:41, 2nd 3-31
AU – Newton 5-yard pass to Lutzenkirchen (Byrum kick), 6:09, 3rd 3-38
AU – Fanning 2-yard run (Byrum kick), 14:55, 4th 3-45
AU – Trotter 14-yard run (Byrum kick), 8:46, 4th 3-52
ULM at Auburn Game Notes
• ULM team captains WR Anthony McCall, DE Ken Dorsey, RB Jyruss Edwards
• ULM won the toss for the third time this season and has won the toss in all three road games. ULM deferred until the second half
• Redshirt freshman safety Isaiah Newsome made his first career start
• Radi Jabour's field goal in the first quarter was his and ULM's first of the season -- he is now 6-for-13 in his career from 30-39 yards
• ULM's field goal in the first quarter were its first points in the first quarter this season
• ULM's field goal in the first quarter were its first points against Auburn in three games (Auburn won 34-0 and 31-0 the past two meetings)
• Luther Ambrose moved into second place on the ULM career kick return yardage list with 1,713 yards passing Neal Charles -- he is 346 yards from breaking the school record
• A season-high 10 players caught a pass for the Warhawks -- Luther Ambrose, Jyruss Edwards, Tavarese Maye, Brent Leonard, Zarrell Sanders, Kevin Steed, Anthony McCall, Luke Russell, Kevin Steed and Rodney Lovett -- it's the most since 10 players caught a pass against FIU in 2005
• Otis Peterson intercepted his first career pass in the third quarter
• ULM has intercepted a pass in three of four games this season
• The ULM defense has now forced 29 turnovers in the past 16 games under defensive coordinator Troy Reffett
• Wide receiver Tavarese Maye had a career-high six completions for 45 yards
• Kolton Browning became the first Warhawk quarterback to throw for over 200 yards in three straight games since Steven Jyles did it in 2004. Browning had 267 against Arkansas State, 249 against Southeastern Louisiana and 203 against Auburn -- the next milestone to pass would be Jyles' five straight games in 2004
• Kolton Browning's 25 completions are a new career high
• Luke Russell's reception in the fourth quarter was the first of his career
• ULM is now 0-19 all-time against ranked teams since moving to FBS in 1994
(Report courtesy ulmwarhawks.com)