Archive for September, 2010

Auburn defense looking for better beginnings

Auburn defense looking for better beginnings

If the second halves of games were all that counted, Auburn would have one of the top defenses in the nation.

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Patience pays off for Lutzenkirchen

Phillip Lutzenkirken catches the go ahead tTD against S. CArolina

Of course Philip Lutzenkirchen wants the ball in his hands.

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Malzahn, Tigers show offense is more than finesse

Malzahn, Tigers show offense is more than finesse

Auburn’s 17 games under offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn have established a reputation of a quick-strike offense, one that relies on speed, finesse and attacking the perimeter.

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Newton good enough for Heisman?

Supercam?

Gus Malzahn had a bone to pick with Cameron Newton during Auburn’s film session Sunday.

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NOTEBOOK: Fannin’s role changing

NOTEBOOK: Fannin’s role changing

Tailback Mario Fannin didn’t get any touches in Saturday’s game after fumbling on a 5-yard run in the first quarter.

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Thoughts on week 4

Thoughts on week 4

By: Townhallsavoy It’s what keeps college football interesting.  The unpredictable outcomes of what seems to be predictable matchups is what keeps butts on the seats and eyes on the TVs.  It’s why there are 40 hours of college football analysis throughout the week – someone is trying to make sense […]

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