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August 30, 2014
AUBURN | The Tigers certainly had their share of issues during the first half against Arkansas on Saturday, but things changed dramatically after halftime.
Auburn came alive once Nick Marshall took over at quarterback, building a nine-play, 78-yard drive to move ahead for good. That's not a surprise considering Marshall's ability to burn opponents through the air and on the ground.
And that's exactly what he did Saturday.
Still, Marshall changed the game's landscape in some important indirect ways as well. His work off the bench clearly sparked a beleaguered defense, which regained the upper hand during the second half.
So that's what happened Saturday. Let's take a look at the individual plays that led to Auburn's 45-21 victory.
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