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Man, that was tough.
Auburn had one of their worst offensive showings in quite some time Saturday, falling to Texas A&M 20-3, in a defensive slug fest.
Auburn managed just 226 yards of offense and repeatedly made unforced mistakes as the game slipped away.
Here are the Tigers of the Game from Auburn’s loss to Texas A&M.
Offense: Tank Bigsby
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It was a terrible day for the offense, but Bigsby did the best he could with limited blocking and no threat of a passing attack. Bigsby finished with 69 yards on 15 carries and had 16 yards receiving.
Defense: Ladarius Tenison
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Tenison was delivering big hits everywhere for Auburn. He had an impressive tackle on special teams to pin Texas A&M at their own 10. He also delivered this huge hit to Isaiah Spiller.
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 6, 2021
Tenison finished with eight tackles, six of which were solo and one tackle for loss.
Special teams: Oscar Chapman
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Chapman continues to be a weapon for Auburn in the field position battle. In a game where points were at a premium, he helped ensure the Aggies did not have any short fields to work with, he pinned them inside their own 20 four times and averaged 45.7 yards on seven punts, he also had a 63-yard punt.