Fulton, Miss.--It was a big night for Itawamba Community College and Auburn Tigers running back commitment Octavius Matthews as the Indians pulled off the upset of No. 4 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College on Thursday night. Matthews discusses the big win, his plans to visit this weekend for the Clemson game, and the player he's most looking forward to seeing in action on Saturday.
OCTAVIUS MATTHEWS (PHOTO BY JASON CALDWELL)
Auburn RB Commitment Octavius Matthews Talks Big Win, Plans To Visit For Clemson Game
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