News of the day, 10/14
Tuberville didn't sound particularly enthusiastic himself this afternoon. He acknowledged that Auburn's offense isn't playing very well overall right now. Considering the quarterback is a fifth-year senior, this team doesn't pass very effectively. The Tigers aren't strong enough to run every down. Though I'd never consider Brandon Cox a "clutch" player so to speak, he was a critical component of what was a clutch drive last night. I wrote a story about it.
I'll slide you some fresh information as the day progresses.
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OK. Here's a clarification on a note I included in my weekly "First and 10" installment. I noted that CBS had passed on the Auburn-LSU game, which may have been unintentionally misleading. ESPN doesn't have the ability to choose ahead of CBS. That's a fact. However, the two networks sometimes make concessions for various reasons and in the case of Auburn-LSU, ESPN made it clear months ago that it wanted that game. CBS conceivably could have chosen that game and broadcast it, but that won't happen. The networks have to co-exist and, well, sometimes you have to do benevolent things to make the world go 'round.