AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - No. 10 Auburn is trying to find a way to
start as well as it finishes.
The Tigers have had to climb out of double-digit holes in the
second half of the past two games and been dominant at times in
But coach Gene Chizik said Tuesday the Tigers are still seeking
a game they "can really be proud of from top to bottom."
Luckily for the Tigers (4-0), those slow starts haven't cost
them a game yet. But they've raised plenty of questions, such as
how can a team be so utterly dominant during some stretches of the
second half and so hapless and ineffective for much of the first?
Chizik & Co. are still seeking answers going into Saturday's
game against Louisiana-Monroe (1-2).
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