AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - The Auburn Tigers are trying to get both
their offense and their players healthy. Tuberville said Sunday the coaches spent the morning reviewing film from the 20th-ranked Tigers' first six games after a 14-13 loss at Vanderbilt. He said they're still searching for answers and some personnel changes could be made.
Tuberville did not elaborate. He did say that Tony Franklin is still calling the offense despite rumors to the contrary. Tuberville said defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks and cornerback Jerraud Powers are both day-to-day with injuries. Receiver Robert Dunn didn't make the trip with an ankle injury. Defensive end Antonio Coleman was bothered by a pulled leg muscle and linebacker Craig Stevens has a nagging turf toe injury.