SEC Notebook

By Carlyon, Hays | The Florida Times Union, November 25, 2011 | Go to article overview

SEC Notebook


Carlyon, Hays, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Hays Carlyon

CHIZIK HOPES AUBURN READY FOR IRON BOWL

The key to this edition of the Iron Bowl on Saturday might come down to how Auburn's young team responds.

As with any team playing numerous freshmen, the Tigers (7-4, 4-3) have been inconsistent.

Auburn leads the Southeastern Conference in number of true freshmen played this season at 17. That's the second-most in the country, one behind Texas.

To pull off the stunning upset over rival Alabama, ranked No. 2 in the country with a 10-1 record, Auburn's youngsters will have to keep their poise. In their last two games against ranked teams, LSU and Georgia, Auburn has been outscored a combined 90-17. However, both of those games were on the road.

"[When a negative happens] The key is trying to respond immediately with something positive for your team," Auburn coach Gene Chizik said. "When things have gone south on us, it's because we haven't be able to respond in a positive manner when something negative has happened to us."

One thing Chizik's developing squad does respond positively to is playing at home. The Tigers are one of three SEC teams to be undefeated at home this season, joining LSU and Arkansas.

DOOLEY, FRANKLIN UPSET BY LOCKER ROOM VIDEO

Following Tennessee's 27-21 overtime win at home over Vanderbilt, a video surfaced on the Internet showing a raucous Volunteers locker room celebration. In the video, which lasts two and a half minutes, Tennessee coach Derek Dooley can be heard telling his team "The one thing Tennessee always does is kick the -- out of Vanderbilt."

Dooley was not happy the video got out.

"I'm a little disappointed that a video is out on our locker room celebration," Dooley said. "But, that is kind of the world we live in. …

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