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  For Pappoe, who ended the day with eight tackles and one sack, the strong finish after a so-so start was only natural given how long the Tigers had gone without a game. "I think, obviously, with the first game since last year - since earlier this year in the bowl game - we had some rust to knock off. At the end, we ended up pulling through and did a good job," Pappoe said. "We're going to correct all the mistakes we made this week in practice, so we're going to be even better next week." The Tigers were on their heels at times Saturday, although even their worst points only led to seven points for Kentucky in the first half and six in the second.

Now, Auburn hopes to grow from the performance when it hits the road to face a Georgia offense that is still trying to figure things out. "It's the saying that everybody knows: It's not about how you start. It's how you finish," Pappoe said. "We were rusty the first half, but we knew we had to come out the second half and execute. We just knew the ultimate goal is to win. That means do whatever you can. No matter what the situation is, make sure you win. We just knew the ultimate goal, and everybody kept the course." - Opelika-Auburn News

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