SEC Week 7 Football Scores: Auburn, South Carolina Escape

No. 15 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-1) def.  Mississippi St. Bulldogs (3-4), 14- 12: South Carolina struggled in this low scoring game. The big blow came when the Gamecocks lost starting running back Marcus Lattimore to a sprained left knee and he could be out for some time.

No. 1 LSU Tigers (7-0) def.  Tennessee Volunteers (3-3), 38-7: The Tigers had a slow first half before running away in this game. The LSU offense was not great in this game, but they did force two turnovers that led to a pair of touchdowns.

No. 24 Auburn Tigers (5-2) def. Florida Gators (4-3), 17-6: This was a low scoring game that saw both quarterbacks on each team fail to pass for more than 100 yards. The difference was the three turnovers that Auburn forced.

Georgia Bulldogs (5-2) def. Vanderbilt Commodores (3-3), 33-28: Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray led the way by passing for 326 yards and three touchdowns in the victory. Wide receiver Marlon Brown was the recipient of most of those yards with 121 and two touchdowns.

No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide (7-0) def. Mississippi Rebels (2-4), 52-7: Ole Miss scored first, but that was it for the day as Alabama rolled of 52 unanswered points in the blowout win. Alabama had two backs rush for over 100 yards with Trent Richardson who had 183 with four touchdowns and Jalston Fowler had 125 yards and two scores of his own.

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