Fan Sound Off: Auburn fans gain burst of confidence after offensive explosion

Auburn fans finally saw what they’ve been expecting since Jarrett Stidham arrived on campus — a high-powered offense with a downfield passing game.

The Tigers walloped No. 24 Mississippi State, 42-10, on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. Stidham completed 13 of 16 passes for 264 yards and 2 touchdowns, with numerous downfield completions to different receivers. Kerryon Johnson topped the 100-yard rushing mark and scored 3 TDs.

The 13th-ranked Tigers improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the SEC. Mississippi State dropped to 3-2 and 1-2 in the SEC.

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Jamie Ward:   This showed that we are ready for the rest of the SEC ….we were on point throughout the whole game, the defense and offense were phenomenal, Stidham definitely showed his talent

Ronald Sizemore :   I told everyone to pump your brakes they are coming together War Eagle everyone good night


Greg Bell:  Are you going to bring on them elephants

Dave Rules:  That didn’t suck at all.

Shirley Slaughter:  Very proud of my team. WAR EAGLE

Zachary Henderson:   Looked great! Good job Auburn!

Russ Evans:   Great job, Tigers! This team is coming together.

Mark Driggars:   One game at a time, WDE!

Will Sides:  O-line getting awesome maybe this our year to beat Alabama

Jeffrey Payne:   We still need a running game…sorry…can’t keep playing hurt rbs..obvious Pettway is hurt

Todd Christopher:   Ever to conquer, never to yield.

Steve Bruce:   Lot better play calling. Run game needs to improve

Jack Eberlein:  I am very confident in our team now. Head coach, not so much

Ryan Crist:   Offense coming on strong

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