AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- The Auburn Tigers have a deep backfield, a quarterback who can run and an assortment of receivers getting chances to contribute.
The Tigers enter the Southeastern Conference opener against Mississippi State with signs that they've got a larger group of potential playmakers this season.
The ball went to six different players on Auburn's 10-play touchdown drive to open Saturday night's 38-9 victory over Arkansas State.
The Tigers (2-0) have scored 69 points in their first two games.
The passing game still hasn't been consistent but eight players have logged multiple receptions in Gus Malzahn's hurry-up, no-huddle offense.
Three running backs producing 150-plus yards in the first two games.
The Tigers had five pass plays and four runs of 15-plus yards against Arkansas State.