Sumner Martin | Sports Writer
After leading 21-10 in the third quarter, No. 7 Auburn once again blew a double-digit lead to LSU, this time being at home.
The Hornets offense struggled to get anything going all night, only mustering 47 yards on the ground and failing to score a touchdown until late in the third quarter.
Both Thomas and Whitlow are playing prominent roles on a top-10 Auburn squad that looks to repeat as SEC West champions this season.
Senior linebacker Darrell Williams was named the SEC’s co-defensive Player of the Week and sophomore Nick Coe was named the co-defensive lineman Player of the Week
It's time for the semester's first report card.
Timely hits continue to elude the Auburn offense.
All-American right hander Casey Mize was not at his best, but neither was the Auburn offense, which proved to be the bigger story.
Auburn, which beat Kentucky 4-3 in extra innings Tuesday, is 2-0 in the SEC tournament for the first time since 1999.
After going 0-4 with three strikeouts to start the game, freshman Edouard Julien came to the plate in the bottom of the 11th inning with the score tied and a chance to drive home the winning run. The SEC's leader in RBIs did not disappoint.
It was too little too late for No. 16 Auburn Thursday night at Swayze Field.