Two can play at that game.

So Mark Richt can’t say who his starting quarterback is this week again?

Gus Malzahn thinks that’s a swell approach.

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12 responses to “Two can play at that game.

  1. I think the starting Qb should ne getting all the Reps with the Ones.
    QB # 2 with the Twos, A QB decision or lack of one has been a major
    problem for the Dawgs since the start of the season (Or Fall Camp);

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  2. W Cobb Dawg

    Gus might actually know who he’s starting, but he’s not saying. Not sure the same can be said for us.

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  3. Bulldog Joe

    For us, it is Godwin, Michel, AND Lambert.

    Who catches the first snap is anyone’s guess.

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  4. Bobby Bowden Syndrome

    I’d like to see Trent in the wildcat on goal line O.

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  5. tony bell

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  6. Griff

    Anybody know what the temperature is on the Gus bus? Serious question. I know they are coming off of a win but are Barners already jumping ship or does Muschamp’s “rebuilding” get Malzahn a pass?

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    • Bulldog Joe

      Around here, Auburn fans’ initial disappointment has been replaced with upbeat confidence with the offense’s resurgence and the positive effect Lawson’s return has had on the defense. The only complaint I’ve heard are with the receivers’ lapses in concentration, but they say that’s getting better, too.

      Everyone I have spoken with are confident they are going to kick our ass Saturday. They spend most of their time talking about how Auburn matches up with Bama.

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