FINAL SCORE: Auburn 27, UCF 34.
0:24, Q4: J. Stidham's pass intercepted in the end zone to seal the game.
1:04, Q4: UCF Timeout. Auburn has the ball at the UCF 47-yard line down by one score, with no timeouts remaining.
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2:23, Q4: M.Wright's 38-yard field goal attempt goes wide left.
4:12, Q4: E.Stove scores an Auburn touchdown on the end-around run play from seven yards out. Auburn 27, UCF 34.
5:15, Q4: UCF's K.Gibson disqualified for targeting penalty. Auburn is threatening, has the ball at the UCF 14-yard line.
5:56, Q4: J.Stidham's pass intercepted by C.Burkett and returned 45 yards for the UCF touchdown. Auburn 20, UCF 34.
6:58, Q4: UCF 25-yard field goal attempt is blocked. Auburn gets the ball back still trailing by one touchdown.
10:41, Q4: Auburn offense unable to answer. UCF gets the ball back at their own 34-yard line.
11:36, Q4: M.Milton eludes tackles once again and throws on the run to D.Snelson for the 8-yard UCF touchdown. Auburn 20, UCF 27.
END OF Q3: Auburn 20, UCF 20.
1:30, Q3: M.Milton's 12-yard screen pass complete to O.Anderson for a UCF touchdown. Auburn 20, UCF 20.
5:44, Q3: Auburn's T.Matthews nearly gets the first interception of the game but cannot control the catch. UCF forced to punt.
7:55, Q3: K.Johnson rushes up the middle from four yards out for another Auburn touchdown. Scoring drive was 10 plays for 82 yards. Auburn 20, UCF 13.
14:05, Q3: J.Stidham passes on the run complete to W.Hastings for 26 yards and an Auburn touchdown. Auburn 13, UCF 13.
15:00, Q3: N.Igbinoghene returns the kickoff 72 yards to the Knights 26-yard line.
15:00, Q3: Auburn will receive to start the second half.
END OF Q2: Auburn 6, UCF 13.
0:00, Q2: M.Wright's 45-yard field goal is good to end the first half.
0:07, Q2: M.Milton rushes for 11 yards to the Auburn 28-yard line. UCF takes their last timeout of the first half.
0:50, Q2: D.Carlson's 46-yard attempt gives the Tigers their second field goal of the contest. Auburn 6, UCF 10.
1:32, Q2: TIMEOUT. Auburn has the ball at the 50-yard line.
5:44, Q2: UCF gets the ball with excellent field position following A.Marshall's 41-yard punt out of his own end zone to the 50-yard line.
8:51, Q2: UCF's M.Milton escapes pressure and scrambles for an 18-yard touchdown. Auburn 3, UCF 10.
9:38, Q2: J.Stidham fumbles on a read option, recovered by UCF and returned to the Auburn 21-yard line.
11:16, Q2: M.Wright field goal attempt good from the 33-yard line. Auburn 3, UCF 3.
14:15, Q2: D.Carlson misses 53-yard field goal. UCF takes possession at their own 36-yard line.
END OF Q1: Auburn 3, UCF 0.
7:06, Q1: Auburn quarterback J.Stidham's pass to T.Brown incomplete at the UCF eight-yard line. Tigers forced to settle for a D.Carlson 25-yard field goal. Auburn 3, UCF 0.
10:52, Q1: UCF quarterback M. Milton fumbles the snap, recovered by Auburn.
13:01, Q1: Auburn responds with a three and out of their own.
14:43, Q1: UCF goes three and out on their first drive of the game.
15:00, Q1: UCF wins the toss and chooses to receive to start the game.
Live update: We are 30 minutes from kickoff here in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Auburn Tigers face the UCF Knights in the 2018 Peach Bowl.
Auburn is currently 3-0 all-time against the University of Central Florida, with three consecutive wins at Jordan-Hare Stadium as the Tigers transitioned from Terry Bowden to Tommy Tuberville at head coach.
The Tigers are also now 6-10 (60 percent) all-time against top-ranked opponents, with a third of those wins coming from the 2017 season.
Beating the best in football takes time, and a lot of frustration, too.
In contrast to Auburn’s long and heralded football history, Central Florida has only been playing the sport since 1979. The Knights didn’t play a down in Division I until 1996, however, finishing 5-6.
Since its transition, Central Florida has consistently finished in the top 25 and is ranked inside the top 10 for the first time in the
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