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According to reports out of Auburn, new head coach Gus Malzahn has named JUCO transfer Nick Marshall as the Tigers starting quarterback for the 2013 season.
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Dual-threat junior college transfer Nick Marshall will be Auburn's starting quarterback in the opener against Washington State.
Tigers coach Gus Malzahn said Saturday in a statement that the 6-foot-1, 210-pound Marshall rose to the top of what began as a four-man race during preseason camp.
''Nick Marshall has emerged and earned the right to be our starting quarterback...
Auburn defensive end Dee Ford is expected to miss the season opener against Washington State because of a knee injury.
Tigers defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson said Monday night that Ford will be out for the Aug. 31 game. Johnson says the team's top pass rusher will be out for an extended time but he's not sure how long.
Ford led the Tigers with six sacks last season...
Everybody needs a good bit of “cry time” on occasion — cryotherapy, that is.
Today, many college football fans were exposed to cryotherapy via former Auburn coach Gene Chizik. Apparently, he uses the machine to relax before he hosts his Sirius XM Radio show.
Because we know you all are dying to learn more about the cryosauna:
The cryosauna will expose your skin to temperatures...
Definitely worth a 1,000 words: Former Auburn Tigers coach Gene Chizik looks relaxed as can be in a cryosauna before hosting his Sirius XM radio show.
Auburn's depth at safety got thinner on Saturday with the dismissal of senior Demetruce McNeal following his arrest.
Auburn Coach Gus Malzahn talks about the decision to name Nick Marshall as the Tigers' starting quarterback and what he's seen from the junior college transfer.
Auburn has made several moves to help out depth in the secondary including moving running back Johnathan Ford to cornerback.