The roar heard beneath Jordan-Hare Stadium approximately five minutes after the final buzzer sounded in Saturday's game vs. New Mexico State was five games of pent-up frustration finally being let out.
It probably could have been heard up the road in Birmingham.
Although it was against an awful New Mexico State squad, the Auburn Tigers got a taste of victory for the first time since Sept. 15. Forty-nine long days of frustration and rampant speculation about coaches can finally be put to rest for at least 24 hours.
After a slow start, Auburn reeled off 35 points in the second half to defeat New Mexico State, 42-7, on homecoming.
The defense that allowed an historic amount of yards just one week ago nearly pitched a shutout.
Here are 10 things we learned about the Tigers' win vs. New Mexico State on Saturday.