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Phillip Marshall: Expectations high for Auburn, Malzahn

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Auburn football players, to a man, will tell you that it was at this time a year ago that a fractured team became whole again and the march toward the BCS Championship Game really began.And they are at it again. With strength and conditioning coach Ryan Russell running things for the second season, the offseason program was ratcheted up a level Tuesday as 6 a.m. workouts began. Coaches were there to watch.Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn met with reporters Tuesday, mostly to talk about his disdain for the proposed rule that would force offenses to wait 10 seconds into the 40-second play clock before snapping the ball. But he talked about other things, too, including the offseason program.

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