Chick-fil-A Bowl 2011 Score Update: Tre Mason, Kevin Parks Continue Scoreboard Assault

The second half of the 2011 Chick-fil-A Bowl has gone as expected: the Auburn Tigers raced down the field via plays Gus Malzahn's been sitting on for years, and the Virginia Cavaliers dinked-and-dunked their way through the Georgia Dome. Either way works. Tre Mason's 22-yard jaunt put AU up big, but Kevin Parks' goal line tumble made it 35-24.

Click here for your up-to-the-minute Chick-fil-A Bowl stats and score.

It's been fun watching Auburn's zaniness infect Virginia as the game's gone one. UVa has tried multiple end-around-themed plays and a fake field goal as Auburn's gone further and further into Arkansas high school football history. Up next, the Tigers send in their fourth-string quarterback to run the A-11, to which Virginia responds with an especially convincing play action pass.

Also, the Hoos' band is pretty awesome.

For more on this game, visit Virginia blog Streaking the Lawn and Auburn blog Track ''Em Tigers, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills.

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