Auburn wide receiver Trovon Reed talks about his new role as a leader for the Tigers and discusses the tempo on offense.
Auburn Coach Trooper Taylor discusses the young wide receivers, Emory Blake, Trovon Reed and much more.
By JOHN ZENORAUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Auburn's passing game should get a sizable boost, even without another quarterback change.
Top receivers Emory Blake and Trovon Reed are healthy after missing a combined seven games with injuries, giving Clint Moseley a couple of much-needed reliable targets going into his third start in Saturday's visit to No. 14 Georgia.
Auburn's passing attack is back at full-strength.
An open date helped top wide receivers Emory Blake and Trovon Reed recover from injuries that had sidelined them for a combined seven games. It's good timing considering the 24th-ranked Tigers visit No. 14 Georgia on Saturday.
Quarterback Clint Moseley says the presence of Blake and Reed ''really opens our game plan...
Via AP on Fox
November 09, 2011
Trovon Reed is one of the playmakers for Auburn's offense and he talks about getting back into action for the Tigers.
Auburn's offense needs a spark at wide receiver and Trovon Reed could be a player to provide it.