AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Jarquez Hunter and Tank Bigsby each rushed for 121 yards and Auburn held on for a 13-10 victory over Texas A&M, in a battle of teams tied for last in their division.
Colby Wooden’s fourth-quarter strip-sack set up the decisive field goal by freshman Alex McPherson for the Tigers, who got their first win in two tries under interim coach Carnell Williams.
A&M is now in last place
Auburn and the Aggies had been bringing up the rear in the Western Division and both had lost five straight.
Conner Weigman’s 17-yard touchdown to Jalen Preston with 1:33 left kept the Aggies alive.