Auburn running back Kamryn Pettway looked to have a game-sealing touchdown with less than three minutes remaining against Vanderbilt, only to pull up lame with what looks to be a leg injury.
Pettway, who gained 60 yards on the play despite the injury, began limping noticeably soon after crossing into Vanderbilt territory. The Auburn running back was having a huge day, becoming the first Auburn running back since Bo Jackson with back-to-back 150-plus yard rushing games.
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The specific nature of Pettway’s injury is unknown at this time, though coach Gus Malzahn said Pettway “pulled something” with a post-game interview with ESPN. Auburn escaped Vanderbilt at home 23-16 after a last-minute interception by cornerback Josh Holsey.