Auburn vs. Missouri: 10 Things We Learned in 2013 SEC Championship Game

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Auburn vs. Missouri: 10 Things We Learned in 2013 SEC Championship Game
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Tre Mason opened the eyes of some Heisman voters, but more importantly to him, Auburn won the 2013 SEC Championship.

The 2013 SEC Championship Game showcased an offensive battle between the Auburn Tigers and Missouri Tigers.

In a game that featured an SEC title-game record 101 points—shattering the old mark of 75, per ESPN Stats & Info—Auburn emerged victorious, 59-42.

One season after failing to win an SEC contest, Auburn earned a very impressive conference championship. Tre Mason ran for 304 yards and four touchdowns, and the Tigers scored seven rushing touchdowns.

Missouri quarterback James Franklin threw for 303 yards and three scores, but it wasn't enough for the second-year SEC program to earn the win.

Auburn is now awaiting its fate, wondering if the 17-point win is enough to boost the team into the final BCS National Championship Game.

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