RECAP: University of Louisville vs. Auburn University

09/05/2015 03:40 PM

3:38pm Reggie Bonnafon will be the Cards’ starting quarterback in today’s game vs. Auburn

3:46pm Lamar Jackson’s first career pass is an interception. Auburn turns it into a quick touchdown. 7-0 Tigers.

4:02 Solid drive for the Cards ends with multiple penalties and a wide right missed field goal from 46 yards.

4:17 Josh Harvey-Clemons with a huge interception before the end of the first quarter. Cards finished the first quarter with 9 carries for 23 yards. Bonnafon went 5 for 7 for 42 yards. Auburn 7, Louisville 0.

4:34 Josh Harvey-Clemons is on pace for 48 interceptions this season! He records his second pick of the game and the Cards take over on their own 23-yard line.

4:42 Cards FUMBLE. Tigers returns it 82 yards for a touchdown. Auburn 14, Louisville 0.

5:02 James Burgess with great coverage and a pass breakup forces Auburn to kick a field goal. Daniel Carlson hits the 56-yarder and Tigers now lead 17-0. Halftime.

5:41 Auburn opens the second half with a touchdown on their first drive. The Tigers now lead 24-0.

5:48 A 43-yard field goal finally puts the Cards on the board. Auburn 24, Louisville 3.

6:02 Louisville scores their first touchdown of the season. Lamar Jackson runs it in to make it 24-10.

6:22 Auburn answers with a 12 play, 72 yard touchdown drive to make it 31-10 with 10:04 to play.

6:54 Another Radcliff touchdown cuts the lead to 31-24 Auburn with 2:59 to play

FINAL: Auburn 31, Louisville 24

Kaci Kust

Kaci joined cn|2 in May 2012 and is a graduate of Hope College in Michigan where she earned a degree in journalism. After playing basketball in college, Kaci chose to follow her passion for sports and become a sports reporter. In fact, she says if she wasn’t covering athletics for a living, she’d still be up early checking scores and stats. Follow Kaci on Twitter @KaciKustCN2.

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