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The Tigers host the Catamounts on Homecoming.

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Western Carolina Catamounts
at Auburn Tigers

Saturday, 1 p.m., PPV

Play-by-play: Andy Burcham | Analysis: Gabe Gross

Radio: Sirius 93/XM 199 | Auburn affiliates

Online streaming: ESPN3

Tickets: From AuburnTicketsNow

Opening line: Auburn -43.5

Series history: Auburn 2-0 | At Auburn: Auburn 2-0

Last meeting: Auburn 56, Western Carolina 0, Sept. 7, 2002, Jordan-Hare Stadium

Game-time forecast: A high of 82 and a 6 percent chance of rain

Auburn notesWestern Carolina notes

Western Carolina Catamounts (1-5)

Head coach: Mark Speir (second year overall: 2-15)

Offensive coordinator: Brad Glenn (spread/multiple)

Defensive coordinator: Shawn Quinn (4-3)

Coverage: Asheville Citizen-Times

There isn't much to say about Western Carolina. The Catamounts bad. Really bad. FCS teams have surprised some FBS teams this year, but the Catamounts are winless in Southern Conference play, and shouldn't provide much resistance Saturday. It's Homecoming; competitive football isn't the primary focus this weekend.

KEY CATAMOUNTS ON OFFENSE

Trey Mitchell, QB -- 74-of-127 (58.3 percent), 1,030 yards, eight touchdowns, five interceptions; 70 rushes, 348 yards, one touchdown

Kannoris Benson, WR -- 23 catches, 412 yards, six touchdowns

Darius Ramsey, RB -- 66 rushes, 258 yards, three touchdowns

KEY CATAMOUNTS ON DEFENSE

Courtland Carson, LB -- 65 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, one quarterback hurry, one pass breakup

Sertonuse Harris, S -- 47 tackles, one pass breakup, one quarterback hurry

Ace Clark, S -- 44 tackles, one fumble recovery, one blocked kick

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