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Guz Malzahn would slow down no-huddle offense if necessary to win.


Guz Malzahn would slow down no-huddle offense if necessary to win.

Gus Malzahn has become notable for his use of the fast-paced no-huddle offense. That doesn't mean that the First-year Auburn head football coach is so bought into the system that he wouldn't be open to slowing the pace down if necessary. Malzahn discussed this in a press conference on Tuesday.

"We never plan on starting out slowing things down because pace is one of our advantages," Malzahn said. "But as the game gets going on, we're always going to do what gives our team the best chance of winning. We're not going to be stubborn to the point that we're going to put anybody in a bind, but at the same time if you're successful, you keep doing stuff."

Malzahn's first game as Auburn HC will be on Saturday, Aug. 31, as the Tigers face Washington State  and its HC, Mike Leach. 

(via Al.com)

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