No. 5 Auburn took to the floor against No. 20 NC State in front of a packed Neville Arena, winning by a score of 197.175 – 196.125.
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The Auburn Tigers (12-8, 2-6 SEC) knocked off the Kentucky Wildcats (9-11, 1-7 SEC) 71-68 on the road for their second win in a row.
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Following a forgetful first fifteen minute performance, the Auburn Tigers carried the momentum of a late first half run into the second half. From there, it was get the ball to #5 and get out of the way.
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“We just have to keep playing together, playing the right way and finding ways to win," Auburn’s junior guard Wendell Green Jr mentioned referencing the team effort that was displayed on the floor. “Everyone is coming together and that’s really good for us right now."
The No. 22 Auburn Tigers came out victorious at home against No. 13 Arkansas Razorbacks as they extended their home winning streak to 27 games.
Many remember Auburn’s most recent trip to Athens which ended in a controversial no call allowing Auburn to escape in a 74-72 victory. Tonight’s contest had neither the competitiveness, nor the court side adrenaline that most Auburn games provide.
Auburn kicked off the New Year with a Tiger battle. The game was a struggle all around for Auburn as they would ultimately remain winless in SEC play, losing by a score of 62-56 at Neville Arena.