William Finney | Sports Writer
There were a pair of ties and a lead change, but in the end Auburn came out on the losing side of a one-goal decision after Ole Miss pulled ahead in the 78th minute.
The team's seven goals were the most in a match since 2008. It also marks the second time in program history the Tigers have finished nonconference play with a perfect mark.
"We stayed with each other through a lot of adversity, and that's what I'm really happy about. Our team continued to fight and deal with whatever was thrown at them."