September 15, 2009
Auburn prepared to air it out
Auburn has piled up the rushing yards and the points in the first two games -- 691 yards and 86 points to be exact. And the Tigers plan to keep running until somebody can stop them.
"We're going to continue to run it, but I'm sure that defenses will put more emphasis on (stopping the run)," AU offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn said.
"We have to have answers. We've got to be able to take what they give us."
And what happens when/if that high-powered running game gets grounded? Auburn will have to turn to quarterback Chris Todd and a passing attack that's been successful so far but hasn't really been tested.
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