Auburn's seen a two-point swing in their favor thanks to a safety, late in the second half of the 2011 BCS Championship Game, and they're about to be treated to an actual score of their own. Setting up at their own 34-yard line with three minutes and change remaining in the half, Cam Newton hits Onterio McCalebb over the right side of the line for an eight-yard gain. Michael Dyer gets the next two touches, and runs for four and 11 yards to move the Tigers to midfield. Newton hits Emory Blake for a nine-yard gain; Dyer runs left for four more yards, and on 1st-and-10 from the Oregon 30 it's Newton-to-Blake again, with a 30-yard touchdown connection. With 1:54 remaining in the second quarter, Auburn retakes the lead from Oregon, 16-11.
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