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November 26, 2013 9:05 PM

'Hats off to our players': Gus Malzahn deflects praise, credits team for turnaround campaign

AUBURN, Ala. — Nearly every week, Gus Malzahn strikes the same refrain. Auburn’s coach said he takes everything “one game at a time” and that his sole focus is seeing that his team improves each time it takes the field, be it a practice or a game. To his credit, Malzahn readily admits to this redundancy, saying he understands that he “sounds like a broken record.”

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Mike Niziolek joins the Ledger-Enquirer after spending the past three years with MLive.com. The past year he covered Eastern Michigan University athletics, including football and recruiting. He also filled in as a backup writer for the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings and University of Michigan. Mike is a 2004 graduate of Michigan State.

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