NASHVILLE – Auburn's offense was fun.
Purdues offense? Well, they did not have much fun since they only had a touchdown in the first half – so they started Auburn on Friday during a 63-14 loss to the Tigers in the Music City Bowl.
Four major penalties were dropped in the second quarter as Auburn built a 49-7 lead. Three were on Purdue for a personal foul and two unsportsmanlike punishments.
"They played dirty," said Auburn Buck Pass rusher . Big Kat Bryant . "First, they gave us the whole game. Things got a little hot when the game got out of hand and they were easy – I'll be honest … part of the time they cut, so I did not try to lose my career.
The teams were asked to compensate for non-sporting penalties in the second quarter before they returned Markell Jones got into the fight with Auburn's Passover Scouts. Marlon Davidson was just attributed to a quarterback hurry that made the third and the 13th run incomplete.
"It was just a lot after the whistle things," Davidson said. "If you're playing football, try playing the football game in the right way, and I do not think these guys played the right kind of thing, I think they've just been set up, you know, "We are that, we are that, you become Auburn." I really do not care about such things Congratulations to them for the Music City Bowl, but we had to take a W. "
Auburn Coach Gus Malzahn did not bother about pushing and pushing Finally, a Purdue player Put on an Auburn player and raise his fist. However, the Purdue player lost his balance and his arm landed harmlessly on the grass.
"It got a bit chippy there for a while, but the second half was a clean, clean half," Malzahn said. "We have some good young men who behave the right way."
Bryant said Purdue was trying to "chop" the tigers while the Boilermakers were attacking.
"When teams go crazy, they tend to do different things," Davidson said, "You can not control that, you can only control your actions, we've done it right, and I'm proud of our boys Character kept high and just played football. "
Bryant was credited with a half-sack and also returned a 20-meter interception for a touchdown Davidson was credited with a quarterback rush for the win, the highest score, who ever scored an SEC team in a Bowl game.
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