AUBURN, Alabama (Ticker) -- Jason Campbell and Daniel Cobb each tossed a pair of touchdowns as Auburn scored the game's first 42 points and coasted to a 52-14 drubbing of Louisiana-Monroe.
Auburn (7-3) tuned up for next week's visit by Southeastern Conference foe Georgia with 503 yards of total offense and a 35-0 halftime lead. Coach Tommy Tuberville improved to 11-0 in non-conference games at home and broke the 30-point mark for the seventh time in as many victories.
Campbell opened the scoring with a 33-yard TD pass to Jeris McIntyre and Campbell added a 21-yard strike to Ben Obomanu for a 14-0 advantage. Ronnie Brown and Tre Smith added short touchdown runs and Cobb hit tight end Robert Johnson for a five-yard score just before halftime.
The Tigers got the ball to begin the second half and Cobb tossed a five-yard TD to the tailback Smith for a 42-0 advantage. Smith carried nine times for 65 yards and Michael Owens added 51 yards on the ground as Auburn finished with 210 yards rushing.
Campbell completed 8-of-10 passes for 184 yards and Cobb was 13-of-20 for 109 yards.
Louisiana-Monroe (2-8) averted the shutout on a one-yard TD plunge by Krish Williams in the third quarter. The Indians are 0-4 all-time against the Tigers.