September 15, 2013
NAMEDROPPER: Marshall's calmness affected everyone
AUBURN | The Tigers needed less than two minutes to turn around what could have been a messy situation against Mississippi State on Saturday.
In so doing, the offense accomplished something it hadn't all night. Quarterback Nick Marshall played with consistent precision, different kinds of routes flummoxed the MSU defense and an outstanding throw to exploit an obvious matchup advantage yielded the go-ahead touchdown with seconds remaining.
Offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee thinks that memorably rally could become a catalyst.
"The bottom line is we found a way to win -- and we did it pretty dramatically," Lashlee said Sunday night. "You'd like to not have to do that. We felt like we left some points out there well before then, but you know, I think our team can really grow and gain some confidence from the way we were able to accomplish that victory."
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