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March 22, 2014

Nick Marshall will let others 'be the judge' of his improvement, plans to lead by example

AUBURN, Ala. — A different side of Nick Marshall has revealed itself this spring. Rhett Lashlee picked up on it immediately — as well he should. No one works with Marshall more closely than Lashlee, who coaches Auburn’s quarterbacks in addition to his duties as offensive coordinator. Ever since Marshall arrived on campus last summer, Lashlee noted the signal-caller has always exhibited a calm, cool confidence, borne out of his spectacular athletic ability.

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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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