Kamryn Pettway's Big Night Not Enough For Auburn Offense

Auburn running back Kamryn Pettway had his second consecutive 100-yard game for the Tigers in the loss to Texas A&M.

Auburn, Ala.--On a night when very little when right for the Auburn Tigers on offense, sophomore running back Kamryn Pettway showed once and for all that he's capable of being a quality back for Coach Gus Malzahn's team with 123 yards on 23 carries and a touchdown in a 29-16 loss to Texas A&M.

Auburn's hot hand against the Aggies, Pettway carried the ball 12 times for 65 yards in the first half but was missing in action in the third quarter when the Tigers missed a golden opportunity to get back in the game. With the defense playing well the Tigers got the ball to Pettway just two times in those 15 minutes, two carries for seven yards on the same drive.

While finished strong with six carries for 32 yards in the final frame, it was too little and too late for the Tigers on this night.

Pettway talks about his play and the play of the offense in this postgame video:

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