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Tulane vs. Auburn Betting Preview Week 2

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Sep/06/2019

The Tulane vs. Auburn game featured a line of Tigers -17.

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ABOUT TULANE (1-0): McMillan, who is now 6-1 as a starter, completed 14-of-18 passes for 199 yards with touchdown passes to senior Darnell Mooney (four catches, 84 yards) and sophomore Tyrick James (four, 60) last week. Seniors Darius Bradwell (13 carries, 90 yards) and Corey Dauphine (three, 76, two touchdowns) led the rushing attack, which included 51 yards and a TD from McMillan and another score from sophomore Amare Jones. "That's hard to do," Green Wave coach Willie Fritz told the New Orleans Times Picayune of his team's 350 rushing yards. ". ... They've got a pretty good defensive line and linebackers. When they crowded the box, we were getting the ball out there on the perimeter."

ABOUT AUBURN (1-0): While Nix came through on the final drive, the Tigers ran the ball much better in the second half last week and sophomore halfback JaTarvious Whitlow finished with 110 yards on 24 carries. "We just put our heads down and told ourselves, 'We've got to come out here way more aggressive than we did in the first half," Whitlow told reporters. "The line played with a chip on their shoulder. ... They're talking about 'running backs are not back.' Every time my number gets called, I'm going to show you why RBU (running back university) is back." Senior defensive back Jeremiah Dinson finished with a team-high 13 tackles to go along with a sack in the opener and was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week.

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