AUBURN, Ala. (AL.com)- First there was heartbreak. Then there was chaos. Then elation.
The range of emotions from Auburn's players, fans and coaches was wide-ranging for one second that could prove to be a turning point for the program this season — at least in the eyes of coach Gus Malzahn. It all stemmed from a wild ending that saw Auburn knock off No. 18 LSU, 18-13, Saturday night at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
"That'll make you get a heart attack," Auburn safety Tray Matthews said. "I almost caught one out there."
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