Anders Carlson moves up in the Auburn record books

Maroon fans will be happy with the Carlson name for a long time.

Anders Carlson follows in the footsteps of his older brother Daniel.

Anders did what was asked of him in Auburn’s 34-10 loss to Georgia on Saturday and moved up in the Auburn record books while doing so.

He was responsible for one point after attempts and made a 24-yard field goal on Auburn’s opening run.

Carlson now ranks third in the career scoring at Auburn with 330 points; next is Wes Byrum. Byrum scored 363 points from 2007 to 2010.

Carlson is also now 4th in the career PAT made at Auburn with 138; next is John Vaughn, who made 162 from 2003-2006.

Carlson is currently number two in the Auburn career goal with 64. His brother is the only kicker in front of him. He made 92 from 2014-2017.

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