AU 35, Vandy 7 Game Notes Part 1

Comments from players and game notes are featured from Jordan-Hare Stadium.

Auburn, Ala.--Notes and quotes from Auburn's 35-7 victory over Vandy are featured.

*Offensive guard Tyronne Green said it felt good to put together a "complete game" vs. the Commodores. "It feels a lot better to play like this," the junior said. "The first couple of games, we came out pretty slow on offense.

"It feels a lot better to hold up our end of the deal and keep the defense off the field," he added. "We were able to keep the defense rested and they did their job and so did special teams."

*Tailback Mario Fannin said having junior Brad Lester back in the mix on offense was a plus for the Tigers. "Our rotation worked real well," Fannin said. "Brad brings a lot of excitement to the game. He did a great job."

*Auburn improved its all-time record vs. Vanderbilt to 20-19-1 with its 13th straight win over the Commodores.

*Tommy Tuberville improved his overall record to 100-51. He is 75-31 in his nine seasons at Auburn.

*The Tigers are 42-0 in the Tuberville Era when scoring 30 or more points.

*The Tigers are now 8-0 all-time vs. Vandy in games played at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

*Ben Tate had the longest run of his career, a 44-yarder. His previous high was for 42 yards last season as a true freshman vs. Buffalo.

*Redshirt freshman defensive end Michael Goggans picked up his first career sack.

*Senior Patrick Lee has three career interceptions with one each in the past two games.

*Auburn scored touchdowns on its first three possessions. The last time that happened was in 2005 in a 28-18 victory over Alabama.

*Senior Eric Brock led all tacklers with four solos and there assists. Chris Evans was right behind with four solos and two assists while fellow linebacker Craig Stevens had four solos and one assist.

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