Auburn 34, Tennessee 10

-- Jason Campbell is running the West Coast offense like an old pro and turning Auburn into a national title contender in the process.

The often-criticized quarterback threw for 252 yards and two touchdowns, and the eighth-ranked Tigers overwhelmed No. 10 Tennessee, 34-10, on Saturday night.

Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown each ran for a touchdown to complement Campbell, and the Tigers' swarming defense made Tennessee's two freshmen quarterbacks look like neophytes for the first time this season. Junior Rosegreen had four interceptions to set a record for Auburn (5-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) and tie the SEC mark.

"All day long I heard about how great their two quarterbacks are," Auburn Coach Tommy Tuberville said. "I wouldn't trade them for the one we've got. [Campbell] played a great football game."

Erik Ainge got his first start for the Volunteers (3-1, 1-1) after racking up the best passer rating in the SEC over the first three games. The promotion did no good. He went 17 for 35 for 173 yards with four interceptions and a fumble.

Fellow freshman Brent Schaeffer had little success in his first game as a reliever. He also threw an interception and went 1 for 5.

"They're freshmen, they're going to learn," Vols Coach Phillip Fulmer said. "We played against a better football team tonight."

Mayo Sowell celebrates with Auburn fans among the 107,828 at Tennessee.