AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Onterio McCalebb opened the fourth quarter
with a 14-yard touchdown run, Ikeem Means recovered a muffed punt
late and No. 24 Auburn beat Florida 17-6 in a defensive game that
saw seven players take snaps at quarterback.
Two teams that have combined to win three of the last five
national titles with creative offenses, turned to backup QBs in the
second half in search of some offensive life.
The Tigers (5-2, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) got a spark from
No. 2 quarterback Clint Moseley but also got plenty of help from
Florida (4-2, 2-3), which committed three turnovers and muffed two
The Gators would have had the ball near midfield with about 3
minutes left but Robert Clark had the ball squirt through his arms
after calling a fair catch. Cody Parkey then put the game away with
a 42-yard field goal with 35 seconds left.
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