Florida Vs. Auburn Score: You Don't Want To Know

The Florida Gators and Auburn Tigers are in a battle, but it's not a pretty one. Through just over three quarters, Auburn has the lead, 14-7. But again, not pretty.

To recap: it took just about two and a half quarters for the Tigers and Gators to combine for 300 yards of total offense. Now, after stringing together a drive, Auburn has 246 yards of offense, with Florida still stuck in neutral at 141 yards -- 71 passing, 70 rushing.

Barrett Trotter threw for the first touchdown of the game, finding DeAngelo Benton for 25 yards and the score. After two Florida field goals, Onterio McCalebb carried the loading, running it in from 14 yards out.

Early in the fourth quarter, Auburn has the lead, 14-6. At least it's a close one!

For more on this game, visit Florida blog Alligator Army and Auburn blog Track Em Tigers. Stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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