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Wednesday October 29, 2008

Auburn has had a halftime lead in every game this year, and they’ve jumped out to double-digit leads against teams like Vanderbilt and West Virginia. The second half hasn’t been so kind to the Tigers, and suddenly stagnant offense has had a lot to do with those collapses. Auburn’s outstanding defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks tried to explain what’s going on with the offense but could only come up with an answer accurately described as "amusingly diplomatic and seemingly incongruent" by the Montgomery Advertiser.

"They made a lot of progress. Y’all have seen what they did in the last game — move the ball in the first half and really had a lot of success," Marks said. " I really don’t play attention to what they’re doing or how they do it. I play defense and I don’t really pay attention to them."

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