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Slaughter's Big Day Not Enough For Tigers

Auburn's Chris Slaughter talks about Saturday's game against Ole Miss and his play.

Oxford, Miss.--Entering Saturday's game with Ole Miss the Auburn Tigers knew they would have a chance to attack the Rebel defense with the passing game. Giving up almost 240 yards per game this season through the air, Ole Miss' secondary was easy pickings at times for Kodi Burns and the Auburn offense with 319 yards but three costly interceptions proved to be the Tigers' undoing in a 17-7 loss...

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