OXFORD, Miss. -- This is as close as it gets to PlayStation III football in the SEC.
Auburn and Ole Miss hadn't quite played 10 minutes Saturday in the first quarter, and the two teams had combined for four touchdowns and six plays for 20 yards or longer.
Ole Miss hasn't been able to stop Auburn, but Auburn hasn't been able to stop Ole Miss, either.
The Rebels' Markeith Summers made a spectacular 29-yard touchdown catch to tie the game when he laid out for the ball in the end zone.
But the more you watch Auburn play defense (and, yes, the Tigers make a ton of plays when they need to in the second half ), the more you wonder how much longer they will be able to survive when they're giving up this many yards.