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March 29, 2014 7:33 PM

Gus Malzahn: 'Energy level was good' in first scrimmage

AUBURN, Ala. — Saturday marked Auburn's first scrimmage of the spring. Originally set to be played in Jordan-Hare Stadium, it was moved to the indoor practice facility due to inclement weather. That didn't slow down the Tigers, though, as Malzahn said the team ran between 90 and 100 plays.

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