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No fear at Auburn of calling on Nick Marshall to throw

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One time in 13 games, Auburn's running attack has been stymied, putting the burden on the shoulders of quarterback Nick Marshall. And Marshall answered loudly and clearly.On Sept. 14, in the season's third game against Mississippi State, the Tigers managed just 120 yards on 36 rushes. It was the only time this season they failed to score a rushing touchdown. Marshall's response? He completed 23-of-34 passes for 339 yards and two touchdowns. With no timeouts, he led an 88-yard drive in the final 1:56 and hit C.J. Uzomah with the winning 10-yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds left.

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