Auburn’s 25th meeting against Arkansas proved to be an eye-opening offensive performance for the Tigers. In the 45-21 win quarterback Jeremy Johnson, running back Cameron Artis-Payne and wide receiver Duke Williams led the Tigers to 595 total yards of offense.

  • Auburn’s 595 total yards (302 rushing, 293 passing) are the sixth-most for Auburn against an SEC opponent.
  • With 154 yards receiving today, Duke Williams had Auburn’s best receiving total since Darvin Adams (217 yds) in the 2010.
  • Williams’ ninth catches were the most receptions in a game since Emory Blake (10) vs. Arkansas in 2012.
  • Cameron Artis-Payne finished with a career-high 177 yards on 26 attempts (6.8 ypc). It was his third career 100-yard rushing game and Auburn’s seventh consecutive game with a 100-yard rusher.
  • Artis-Payne’s 177 yards rushing and Williams 154 yards receiving marks the first time Auburn had a 150-yard rusher and a 150-yard receiver in the same game since Carnell Williams [177 rush] and Tim Carter [156 receiving] in 2001 against Arkansas.
  • Daniel Carlson’s 62-yard punt in the second quarter was the longest Auburn punt since a 71-yarder by Kody Bliss vs. Tulane in 2006.
  • Auburn is now 306-5 when scoring at least 30 points and it has scored 30 points or more in 11 straight games.
  • Auburn is now 94-26-2 in season openers and 97-15-3 in home openers all-time.