Greg Knox is looking for improved play from the returning receivers this spring…
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Atlanta, Ga.--Coming into the 2001 season wide receiver Joe Walkins was hoping for a breakout fall for himself and the Tiger offense. Instead, he got more of a breakdown at times. Scoring just 22.2 points per game for the year, Auburn's offensive output was downright offensive at times leaving the redshirt freshman to sit and ponder what went wrong. Joe Walkins heads back to his station during a passing drill at the Georgia Dome. Following a rigorous schedule of practices that included nearly a week of two-a-day practices, Walkins says he believes the offense is headed in the right direction under the guidance of quarterback Jason Campbell. With just 12 catches for 124 yards and no touchdowns, Walkins is...
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