Outback Bowl: With Muschamp in coaches box, Auburn forces two first-half turnovers

SEC trying to save face


In the first Big Ten vs. SEC battle of the day, No. 19 Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall has been the more efficient of the two quarterbacks on the field through one half of play in the Outback Bowl. A 66-yard bomb to Ricardo Louis midway through the second quarter gave the Tigers a 14-7 advantage on the Badgers. Auburn holds that 14-7 lead at the half. The Tigers also have Will Muschamp helping out with the defense with the new defensive coordinator in the coaches box with a headset. The Tigers have forced a pair of turnovers.

Marshall has thrown for 131 yards, with roughly half of that yardage coming on the long touchdown run. He has also shown some good strength in avoiding a sack and has been fortunate to avoid having a turnover.

Wisconsin has turned the football over twice, including one interception inside the red zone late in…

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