Auburn is coming off a heartbreaking 30-23 overtime loss to Florida on the road. Adding insult to injury (or the other way around to be exact), the Tigers lost star running back Carnell "Cadillac" Williams for the season with a broken leg. This is certainly a bad blow to the team, and I sincerely hope Williams has a speedy recovery and returns to the field. His replacement, Ronnie Brown, rushed for 163 yards and three touchdowns, one on a 54 yard reception. He also had a two point conversion. In other words, he scored 20 of Auburn's 23 points and had over 200 yards of total offense. So I don't think we need to go into this game thinking Auburn has no running game without Williams. They do. Just like we have a passing game even without Mauck. I noticed in the stats that Daniel Cobb and Jason Campbell are still splitting time at quarterback. We can play this to our advantage. Whoever starts the game, our defense needs to completely shut them down. Then, whenever Tuberville gets itchy and puts the other in, we need to blitz them and catch them in a buzzsaw, pressing the advantage right there to blow the game open. Auburn is also suspect in passing defense. We might be able to throw the ball more than we have in the past in this game. If we keep the game plan simple for Marcus Randall, he will be able to hit some receivers in the open, mostly on rollout plays. I don't think there is any harm in letting him pass from the pocket a few times. If it doesn't work, don't do it anymore. If it does, all the better for us. We can't get cocky. Let's play one game at a time, and make sure we control our own destiny at the end of this season. GEAUX TIGERS!! The LSU ones, that is.