The Utah State Aggies looked like they might roll over for the defending National Champions when the Auburn Tigers scored to take a 28-24 lead, but freshman quarterback Chuckie Keeton had other plans. Those plans included, apparently, putting his head down and bowling through the defensive line for a seven-yard score to give Utah State a 31-28 lead early in the fourth quarter.
Keeton's keeper capped off a 14-play, 80-yard drive for the Aggies that saw Keeton complete four of his five passing attempts as he drove Utah State down the field and into Tigers' territory. Running back Robert Turbin set up the sneak with a run up the middle on third-and-one to give the Aggies first-and-goal.
At the rate the Auburn vs. Utah State game is going, there will probably be a few more scores before the game is complete. For now, however, it seems the Aggies are in the catbird seat after stopping Auburn on the ensuing possession giving them both the lead and the ball.
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