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Receiver Coming Into His Own For Tigers
Auburn, Ala.-–Putting in a new offense is a never ending process for a football team and the 2004 Auburn Tigers are no different. Learning on the run with Coach Al Borges, the Tigers have introduced something new each game on offense and junior wide receiver Devin Aromashodu said that this week will probably be no different. "We always have new stuff every week out of him, but I feel like we're becoming more of a complete offense," Aromashodu said. "I feel that we're doing good with the plays that he's giving us to work with each week." One of the most improved areas on Auburn's team this season has been the play of the wide receivers. With quarterback Jason Campbell's pinpoint passing, Aromashodu, Courtney Taylor, Ben Obomanu, Anthony Mix and others have benefitted in Borges' system to become playmakers for the Tigers. "We just knew we had to come out this year and play better as a group," Aromashodu said. Auburn has improved and is currently averaging just over 230 yards passing...
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