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NCAA.com | December 9, 2013

Top Performers: Week 15

No. 3 Auburn 59, No. 5 Missouri 42 Box Score
Tre Mason rushed for 304 yards and four touchdowns, leading No. 3 Auburn to a wild 59-42 victory against No. 5 Missouri in a Southeastern Conference title showdown Saturday. Mason had scoring runs of 7, 3 and 1 yards before bursting up the middle on a 13-yard TD that clinched the victory with 4:22 remaining. He carried the ball a staggering 46 times, an easy choice as the game's MVP. He celebrated by breaking out the familiar Heisman pose. Mason is now the Auburn single-season record-holder for all-purpose yards with 2,137; he broke the record set by Bo Jackson in 1985

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No. 9 Baylor 30, No. 23 Texas 10 Box Score
Defensive back K.J. Morton notched his second and third interceptions of the season and seventh and eighth of his career in a 30-10 win against Texas to clinch the Big 12 title. The last time a Baylor player had two picks in a game was when Eddie Lackey did so on Nov. 24, 2012, against Texas Tech. Morton would've scored a touchdown on one return but officials wiped out his 60-yard return when he was penalized for celebrating before getting into the end zone.

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Bowling Green 47, No. 16 Northern Illinois 27Box Score
Tyler Tate's two field goals included a career-long 52-yarder early in the fourth quarter to lead Bowling Green to a 47-27 upset in the MAC title game.Tate's 52-yard field goal to start the fourth quarter was a career-long and ties the MAC Championship record for the longest field goal in a title game.

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