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Auburn ruins LSU’s corn dog party

First half of last night’s basketball game:

But as the game ended:

The atmosphere in Baton Rouge wasn’t exactly intimidating last night. There were plenty of empty seats and a muted crowd in the first half of the game.

But our Auburn Tigers picked up a nifty little road win against LSU, 84-80. It is Auburn’s first SEC victory and kept them out of the SEC West cellar. Whew!

Both teams met each other with a 0-3 record in the SEC standings. Our Tigers improved to 2-3 on the road for the season (losses were to Missouri State, Florida State and Tennessee).

What can I say about DeWayne Reed? In the second half at about the 13 minute mark, with Auburn down 7 points, Reed hit two 3-pointers in a little under 6 seconds to pull Auburn within 1 point. It was clutch!

War Eagle! Beat Vandy!

[Amy Quarles with the genius illustration skillz!]

About J.M. Comer

J.M. graduated from Auburn in 1998 and again in 2000 with bachelor's degrees in English and journalism. He is currently a copy editor in Washington, D.C., and lives in Baltimore, Land of Pleasant Living. If you find yourself in beautiful Baltimore, he recommends Faidley's crab cakes, a stop at Atomic Books, an O's game at Camden Yards and plenty of Natty Boh.

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