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Phillip Marshall: A startling offensive performance

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Ramblin' around ...It's a startling statistic that probably has not received enough attention. In 2010, when Gus Malzahn was offensive coordinator, Auburn overwhelmed South Carolina 56-17 in the Southeastern Conference Championship Game. That established a record for points scored in the game. Last Saturday, Auburn beat Missouri 59-42 to establish another new record.

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